ESEG_Perverse Corporealities: Self-Transformation and the Sexual Body in Contemporary Queer and Gender Theory (2005)

Abstract:
In modern critical theory the notion of the body tends to be taken as a well-defined concept that can be used in a wide variety of disciplinary contexts. In queer and gender theory the notion of the sexual body is often taken as unproblematic. This project will attempt to question the set of assumptions that underpin contemporary concepts of ''
Grant type:
UQ External Support Enabling Grant
Researchers:
  • ARC Future Fellow
    Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities
    Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Honorary Research Associate Prof.
    Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities
    Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Funded by:
University of Queensland