This volume was first published by Inter-Disciplinary Press in 2013.
Queer Sexualities: Diversifying Queer, Queering Diversity offers an interdisciplinary approach to studies of queer sexualities. Using queer to disrupt and subvert, the chapters in this volume address a diverse range of themes and approaches to the study and articulation of queer sexuality. Through the approaches offered by ethics, activism and politics, theology, ethnography, film, literature and media studies, as well as geography and architecture, the chapters all work to emphasise that queer crosses borders, troubling and breaking down these borders as they go. At the heart of each of the chapters are diverse ways of looking at sexualities. The chapters disrupt the heteronormative ownership of sex and the body. In so doing, this volume offers a perspective of queer sexuality that subverts borders, at the same time highlighting the multiple ways of doing queer across times, spaces and disciplines.
Vikki Fraser’s research interests include queer sexualities, marginal subject positions and the use of space, particularly online space. She is currently affiliated to the University of New South Wales – Canberra, through a Visiting Fellowship.