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Type: Journal article
Title: Material/Queer Theory: Performativity, Subjectivity and Affinity-Based Struggles in the Culture of Late Capitalism
Author: Cover, R.
Citation: Rethinking Marxism, 2004; 16(3):293-310
Publisher: Routledge
Issue Date: 2004
ISSN: 0893-5696
Abstract: This paper examines the return to an anticapitalist approach within lesbian/gay and queer antihomophobic activist struggles. Arguing that notions of queer identity are governed by a triumvirate of approaches which take into account economic structuration variously, I make a case for a stronger link between marxian and queer theory approaches by discussing the ways in which queer performative identities are constituted within a matrix of coherence that is implicated in late capitalist culture.
Keywords: Queer; Performativity; Anticapitalism
RMID: 0020081920
DOI: 10.1080/0893569042000239299
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