This book compiles articles, essays, lecture transcripts, album annotations and other texts written by queer audio producer and writer Terre Thaemlitz between 1996 and 2015.
This history makes use of anti-social theory to take a broad and multifaceted look at queerfeminist punk—from its origins in the 1980s to its contemporary influences on the Occupy movement and Pussy Riot activism.
By means of brain imaging—and thus the apparent ability to “see” into the “living brain at work”—human behavior seems to be explainable and predictable. This anthology presents differentiated analyses of scientific knowledge production concerned with sex/gender and the brain.
Denice Bourbon, No. 1 diva of Vienna’s queer avant-garde and notoriously trash-mouthed columnist, tells it all. Yes. – It! All!
Twenty years after the emergence of “queer” as a political concept, the contributions to this anthology discuss the radical potential of queer theory and activism within different spatial, cultural, and socio-political contexts.