ueer Roots for the Diaspora (E–pub READ) × Jarrod Hayes

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Ously assert and uestion rooted identities within a number of diasporas African Jewish and Armenian By looking at these together one can discern between number of diasporas African Jewish and Armenian By looking at these together one can discern between local specificities of any single diaspora and the commonalities inherent in diaspora as a global phenomenon This comparatist interdisciplinary study will interest scholars in a diversity of fields including diaspora studies postcolonial studies LGBT studies French and Francophone studies American studies comparative literature and literary theory  . These debates ultimately the desire for roots contains the “roots” its own deconstruction The book considers alternative root narratives that acknowledge the impossibility of returning to origins with any certainty; sexual diversity; acknowledge their own fictionality; reveal that even a single collective identity can be rooted in multiple ways; and create family trees haunted by the ueer others patrilineal genealogy create family trees haunted by the ueer others patrilineal genealogy to marginalize The roots narratives explored in this book simultane. Employing rootedness as a way of understanding identity has increasingly been subjected to acerbic political and theoretical critiues Politically ROOTS NARRATIVES HAVE BEEN CRITICIZED FOR TO POLICE narratives have been criticized for attempting to police through a politics of excluding anyone who doesn’t share the same narrative Theoretically a critiue of essentialism has led to a suspicion against Essence And Origins Regardless and origins regardless their political implications The central argument of ueer Roots for the Diaspora is that in spite of.

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