By Angela Jones
This anthology is a symposium on queer house and queer utopias. during the presentation of empirical paintings by means of modern queer theorists this booklet goals to create a serious discussion in regards to the emergence of queer areas and the ways that they target to additional queer futurity.
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Vivian M. Patraka, Spectacular Suffering: Theatre, Fascism, and the Holocaust (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1999), 101–102. 47. Eric Sterling, “Bent Straight: The Destruction of Self in Martin Sherman’s ‘Bent,’” Journal of European Studies 32 (2002), 382. 48. US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933–1945. March 1, 2011. org/museum/exhibit/ online/hsx. 49. Sterling, “Bent Straight,” 371–372. 50. Geoffrey J. Giles, “A Gray Zone among the Field Gray Men: Confusion in the Discrimination against Homosexuals in the Wehrmacht,” in Gray Zones: Ambiguity and Compromise in the Holocaust and Its Aftermath, ed.
3 (October 1980): 399. 75. Edward Isser, Stages of Annihilation: Theatrical Representations of the Holocaust (Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1997), 159. 76. Elinor Fuchs, “Theorizing the ‘Unmanageable,’” Review of Spectacular Suffering by Vivian M. Patraka, Theater (Fall 2000): 127. 77. , 127. 78. Sherman, Bent, 57–58. 79. Dolan, “Practicing Cultural Disruptions,” 345. 80. , 340. 3 Yet, not all warm glows are the same as the horizonal image that Mu ñoz uses; rather the glow from such utopic representations are not the refusal of the present, which is an index for Muñoz of a utopic impulse; rather they can be read as the warm glow of queer romance.
Both are eager to greet Noam, asking for details, including whether or not he met any cute suicide bombers while serving in the army. On a rooftop in Tel Aviv, smoking pot and making campy jokes, Noam vows never to “go back” to the military compound. According to Adi Kuntsman, “research on Israeli gay and lesbian identities and culture . . ”20 Noam adopts both these strategies in utopic identification, while escaping from military duty. Noam is able to “rework” the national codes both in terms of cruising, and as material for conversation about queer desires.
A Critical Inquiry into Queer Utopias by Angela Jones