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  • 1
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    [London, England] : Zed Books | [London, England] : Bloomsbury Publishing
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (256 pages)
    Edition: First edition
    Edition: Also published in print
    ISBN: 9780755639021 , 0755639022 , 9780755639007 , 9780755639014 , 9780755638994
    Content: "Recent years have seen increased scholarly and media interest in the movement of LGBTIQ+ persons, particularly those seeking protection in Europe and North America. While this has helped focus attention on the plight of individuals facing persecution, it has also reinvigorated racist tropes about sexual or gender rights in the Global South. In the case of Africa, the existence of anti-LGBTIQ+ laws and the prevalence of hetero-patriarchal discourses are regularly cited as evidence of the continent's inescapable savagery. Colonial notions of an uncivilised continent in need of salvation have been repackaged and repurposed for the twenty-first century, with LGBTIQ+ migrants serving as the ultimate case in point"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Introduction -- 1.ATTRIBUTION ORDER? - Framing African Queer and Trans Mobilities: Absences, Presences and Challenges -- Complicating Migration Narratives -- 2.Yara Ahmed - Labyrinthine Wanderings: Queering Mobility in Impossible Geographies -- 3.John Marnell - Telling a Different Story: On the Politics of Representing African LGBTQ Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers -- 4.Caio Simöes de Araüjo - Along the Pink Corridor: Histories of Queer Mobility Between Maputo and Johannesburg (Ca. 1900-2020) -- Barriers to Protection: Ethical, Procedural and Legal Challenges -- 5.Agathe Menetrier - An Ethical Dilemma: When Research becomes 'Expert Testimony' -- 6.Marien Gouyon - 'Sheep in a Pen': How the Externalisation of EU Borders Impacts the Lives of Gay Refugees in Morocco -- 7.Charlotte Walker-Said - Homophobia as Public Violence: Politics, Religion, Identity and Rights in the Lives of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Asylum Seekers from Cameroon -- The Digital and the Transnational -- 8.Godfried Asante - 'Where is Home?' -- Negotiating Comm(unity) and Un/Belonging Among Queer African Migrants on Facebook -- 9.B Camminga - What is Private about 'Private Parts'? On Navigating the Violence of the Digital African Trans Refugee Archive -- 10.Gonca Sahin - Ties that Matter: Queer Ways of Surviving a Transit Country -- Bordering in Action: Identity, Belonging and Wellbeing -- 11.Emanuel Munyarukumbuzi, Margaret Jjuuko and James Maingi Gathatwa - 'Kindness is a Distant and Elusive Reality': Charting the Impacts of Discrimination on the Mental and Sexual Wellbeing of LGBT Refugee Youth in Kenya -- 12.Verena Hucke - Differential Movements: Lesbian Migrant Women's Encounters with, and Negotiations of, South Africa's Border Regime -- 13.Florent Chossiëre - Debunking the Liberation Narrative: Rethinking Queer Migration and Asylum to France , Also published in print
    Additional Edition: 9780755638987
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe
    Language: English
    Keywords: Electronic books
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  • 2
    Format: x, 247 Seiten
    ISBN: 9780755638987 , 9780755638994
    Content: Introduction. Framing African Queer and Trans Mobilities: Absences, Presences and Challenges -- Labyrinthine Wanderings: Queering Mobility in Impossible Geographies / Yara Ahmed -- Telling a Different Story: On the Politics of Representing African LGBTQ Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers / John Marnell -- Along the Pink Corridor: Histories of Queer Mobility Between Maputo and Johannesburg (Ca. 1900-2020) / Caio Simões de Araújo -- An Ethical Dilemma: When Research becomes 'Expert Testimony'/ Agathe Menetrier -- 'Sheep in a Pen': How the Externalisation of EU Borders Impacts the Lives of Gay Refugees in Morocco / Marien Gouyon -- Homophobia as Public Violence: Politics, Religion, Identity and Rights in the Lives of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Asylum Seekers from Cameroon / Charlotte Walker-Said -- 'Where is Home?' Negotiating Comm(unity) and Un/Belonging Among Queer African Migrants on Facebook / Godfried Asante -- What is Private about 'Private Parts'? On Navigating the Violence of the Digital African Trans Refugee Archive / B Camminga -- Ties that Matter: Queer Ways of Surviving a Transit Country / Gonca Şahin -- 'Kindness is a Distant and Elusive Reality': Charting the Impacts of Discrimination on the Mental and Sexual Wellbeing of LGBT Refugee Youth in Kenya / Emanuel Munyarukumbuzi, Margaret Jjuuko and James Maingi Gathatwa -- Differential Movements: Lesbian Migrant Women's Encounters with, and Negotiations of, South Africa's Border Regime / Verena Hucke -- Debunking the Liberation Narrative: Rethinking Queer Migration and Asylum to France / Florent Chossière
    Content: "Recent years have seen increased scholarly and media interest in the movement of LGBTIQ persons, particularly those seeking protection in Europe and North America. While this has helped focus attention on the plight of individuals facing persecution, it has also reinvigorated racist tropes about sexual or gender rights in the Global South. In the case of Africa, the existence of anti-LGBTIQ laws and the prevalence of hetero-patriarchal discourses are regularly cited as evidence of the continent's inescapable savagery. Colonial notions of an uncivilised continent in need of salvation have been repackaged and repurposed for the twenty-first century, with LGBTIQ migrants serving as the ultimate case in point"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , 2206
    Language: English
    Subjects: Ethnology
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    Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung
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  • 3
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    Book
    Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press
    Format: vi, 236 Seiten , Diagramme , 24 cm
    ISBN: 9781487508647
    Series Statement: Cultural spaces
    Content: "Exploring "refuge" and "refugee" as concepts that shape Canadian nation-building both within and beyond national borders, Refugee States takes an interdisciplinary and critical approach to describing how refugees articulate their relation to and defiance of official discourses. Through close examinations of refugee movements, contexts, and subjectivities, this collection reveals how Canada has relied upon the rejection and inclusion of refugees as a crucial means of statecraft. Bringing together renowned and emerging scholars from multiple disciplines, Nguyen and Phu illuminate the historical, political, and cultural conditions that produce refugees as well as the narrative of humanitarian benevolence that persists nationally and internationally. Highlighting landmark cases, the editors and contributors together develop critical refugee studies as a framework for understanding, nuancing, and critiquing the production of Canadian humanitarian exceptionalism--the international image and discourse of Canada as a liberal, tolerant, and welcoming haven for people fleeing oppression, persecution, and unfreedom. In doing so, Refugee States offers alternative modes of understanding past and present refugee passages to and within Canada, and brings to light the many ways in which refugee subjects navigate displacement, migration, and resettlement."--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Shifting Grounds of Asylum in Canadian Public Discourse and Policy / Johanna Reynolds and Jennifer Hyndman -- Untangling the Strands of Memory: Historicizing the 1914 Komagata Maru Incident and the Concept of Refugeeness / Alia Somani -- Erasing Exclusion: Adrienne Clarkson and the Promise of the Refugee Experience / Laura Madokoro -- Petitions and Protest: Refugees and the Haunting of Canadian Citizenship / Peter Nyers -- Where Are We From? Decolonizing Indigenous and Refugee Relations / Jennifer Adese and Malissa Phung -- Queer and Trans Migrants, Colonial Logics, and the Politics of Refusal / Edward Ou Jin Lee -- Producing the Figure of the "Super-Refugee" through Discourses of Success, Exceptionalism, Ableism, and Inspiration / Gada Mahrouse -- Cross-Racial Refugee Fiction: Dionne Brand's What We All Long For / Donald Goellnicht
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Online-Ausgabe, PDF 978-1-48753866-8
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Online-Ausgabe, EPUB 978-1-48753867-5
    Language: English
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  • 4
    Format: 1 online resource : , illustrations
    ISBN: 9783030694418 , 3030694410
    Series Statement: IMISCOE research series,
    Content: This two-volume open-access book offers a theoretically and empirically-grounded portrayal of the experiences of people claiming international protection in Europe on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity (SOGI). It shows how European asylum systems might and should treat asylum claims based on people's SOGI in a fairer, more humane way. Through a combined comparative, interdisciplinary (socio-legal), human rights, feminist, queer and intersectional approach, this book examines not only the legal experiences of people claiming asylum on grounds of their SOGI, but also their social experiences outside the asylum decision-making framework. The authors analyse how SOGI-related claims are adjudicated in different European frameworks (European Union, Council of Europe, Germany, Italy and UK) and offer detailed recommendations to adequately address the intersectional experiences of individuals seeking asylum. This unique approach ensures that the book is of interest not only to researchers in migration and refugee studies, law and wider academic communities, but also to policy makers and practitioners in the field of SOGI asylum.
    Note: Volume 1: Part I: Contextualising SOGI asylum research -- Why sexual orientation and gender identity asylum? -- Researching SOGI asylum -- A theoretical framework : a human rights reading of SOGI asylum based on feminist and queer studies -- Part II: The legal and social experiences of SOGI asylum claimants and refugees -- The policy and guidance -- Life in the countries of origin, departure and travel towards Europe -- The decision-making procedure -- volume 2: The asylum claim determination -- Housing and accommodation -- Health, work and education -- Part III: Forging a new future for SOGI asylum in Europe -- SOGI asylum in Europe : emerging patterns -- Believing in something better : our recommendations.
    Additional Edition: Print version: Danisi, Carmelo. Queering asylum in Europe. Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2021] 9783030694401
    Language: English
    Keywords: Electronic books. ; Electronic books.
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  • 5
    Format: 1 online resource (xix, 255 pages) , Illustrations
    ISBN: 9781800102873
    Series Statement: Religion in Transforming Africa Ser. volume 7
    Content: An invaluable insight into the narrative politics and theologies of LGBTQ+ life-storytelling, a key text for those in African Humanities, Queer Studies, Religious Studies, and Refugee Studies.
    Content: Front Cover -- Table of Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Notes on Authors and Contributors -- Glossary and Abbreviations -- Acknowledgement -- Foreword -- Introduction -- PART I: Ugandan LGBTQ+ Refugee Life Stories -- STORY 1 - It's my nature, this is who I am -- STORY 2 - It's not like heaven here -- STORY 3 - Here we are free to express ourselves without fear -- STORY 4 - I consider this as my new family -- STORY 5 - Personally, I think God is gay -- STORY 6 - Angels don't have a gender -- STORY 7 - God loves me more than they love me -- STORY 8 - I just wanted an opportunity to express myself -- STORY 9 - I was chased away from the garden of heaven -- STORY 10 - First and foremost, I want to be a free person -- STORY 11 - God has a purpose for us all -- STORY 12 - God doesn't make mistakes -- PART II: Inter-reading Ugandan LGBTQ+Life Stories and Bible Stories -- 1 - Inter-reading Life Stories and Bible Stories -- 2 - Daniel in the Homophobic Lions' Den -- POEM - The Company of Men (Tom Rogers Muyunga-Mukasa) -- 3 - Jesus and the Guys Charged with Indecency -- POEM - Accused of a Sodomy Act (Tom Rogers Muyunga-Mukasa) -- 4 - Reflection: A Postcolonial and Self-reflexive Reading -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index of Names and Subjects -- Index of Biblical References -- Previously published titles in the series.
    Note: Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources
    Additional Edition: 9781847012838
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe Van Klinken, A. S., 1982 - Sacred queer stories Suffolk : James Currey, 2021 1847012833
    Additional Edition: 9781847012838
    Language: English
    Keywords: Kenia ; Uganda ; Flüchtling ; LGBT ; Sexuelle Orientierung ; Bibel ; Erzählung ; Biblische Erzählfigur ; Identifikation
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  • 6
    Format: xix, 255 Seiten , Illustrationn , 24 cm
    ISBN: 1847012833 , 9781847012838
    Series Statement: Religion in transforming Africa
    Content: Presenting the deeply moving personal life stories of Ugandan LGBTQ+ refugees in Nairobi, Kenya alongside an analysis of the process in which they creatively engaged with two Bible stories - Daniel in the Lions' Den (Old Testament) and Jesus and the Woman Caught in Adultery (New Testament) - Sacred Queer Stories explores how readings of biblical stories can reveal their experiences of struggle, their hopes for the future, and their faith in God and humanity. Arguing that the telling of life-stories of marginalised people, such as of Ugandan LGBTQ+ refugees, affirms embodied existence and agency, is socially and politically empowering, and enables human solidarity, the authors also show how the Bible as an authoritative religious text and popular cultural archive in Africa is often used against LGBTQ+ people but can also be reclaimed as a site of meaning, healing, and empowerment. The result of a collaborative project between UK-based academics and a Nairobi-based organisation of Ugandan LGBTQ+ refugees, the book provides a valuable insight into the narrative politics and theologies of LGBTQ+ life-storytelling. A key text for those in African Humanities, Queer Studies, Religious Studies, and Refugee Studies, among others, the book expresses an innovative methodology of inter-reading queer life-stories and biblical stories
    Additional Edition: ebook version 9781800102880
    Language: English
    Subjects: Theology , Sociology
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  • 7
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (xviii, 320 Seiten) , Illustrationen, Karten
    ISBN: 9781003142911
    Series Statement: Routledge research on the global politics of migration
    Content: "Liquid Borders provides a timely and critical analysis of the largescale migration of people across borders which has sent shockwaves through the global world order in recent years. In this book, internationally recognized scholars and activists from a variety of fields analyze key issues related to diasporic movements, displacements, exiles, "illegal" migrants, border crossings, deportations, maritime ventures and the militarization of borders from political, economic, and cultural perspectives. Ambitious in scope, with cases stretching from the Mediterranean, to Australia, the US/Mexico border, Venezuela, and deterritorialized sectors in Colombia and Central America, the various contributions are unified around the notion of freedom of movement, and the recognition of the need to think differently about ideas of citizenship and sovereignty around the world. Liquid Borders will be of interest to policy makers, and to researchers across the humanities, sociology, area studies, politics, international relations, geography, and of course migration and border studies"--
    Note: Introduction: Liquid borders. Migrancy as resistance / Mabel Moraña -- Proliferating borders in the battlefield of migration. Rethinking freedom of movement / Sandro Mezzadra -- Fugitives of the impossible life : transborders, migrations and displacements / José Manuel Valenzuela Arce -- The transnational migrant as embodiment of biocapitalism / Abril Trigo -- Refuge and deportation : notes on the future as property in the border regime / Angela Naimou -- At the border of sight : states, the civil contract, and bracero program photos / Deborah Cohen -- Barbed wire. A history of cruelty / Tabea Linhard -- Mobile re-orientations : trans agency and the queering of the Italian politics of migrant reception in Henrique Goldman's Princesa / Elena Dalla Torre -- Resilience beyond cruelty : Central American migrants pursuing the American dream / Ana del Sarto -- Border art for a border ecology / Ila Sheren -- , States of exile : Kracauer's (extra)territoriality and the poetics of memory in Cristina Peri Rossi's Estado de Exilio (2003) / Ignacio Infante -- Early modern religious displacement and transnational Catholic subjects / Stephanie Kirk -- Andean and Amazonian displacements : culture and the effects of deforestation / José Antonio Mazzotti -- Language of space. Politics of indigenous people removal and the ethnopolitics of resistance. The post-colonial diasporas / Stefano Varese -- From genocide to hieleras : the never-ending Maya genocide / Arturo Arias -- Bordering the crisis. Race, migration and political strategies in anti-populist Ecuador / Jorge Daniel Vásquez -- From the 'suffering stranger' to the IDP : the emergence of a new problem area / Juan Ricardo Aparicio -- Dispossession by militarization : forced disappearances and the neoliberal 'drug war' for natural resources in Mexico / Oswaldo Zavala -- , Migration and the aging body. Elderly war refugees in Brazil : between borders and social boundaries / Bahia Munem -- Imperial borders, translocal nations, subaltern cosmopolitanisms : counterpointing Cuba and Puerto Rico from the age of empire to horizons of decolonial trans/Americanism / Agustín Lao-Montes -- Europe otherwise. Lessons from the Caribbean / Manuela Boatcǎ -- Visualizing the black Mediterranean / Michelle Murray -- 'Belonging on behalf of 'vulnerable strangers' : interpreting communities-to-come / Mina Karavanta
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe, hbk. 978-0-367-69690-0
    Language: English
    Subjects: Sociology
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    Keywords: Migration ; Politische Ordnung ; Gesellschaftsordnung ; Aufsatzsammlung
    URL: Volltext  (URL des Erstveröffentlichers)
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    Author information: Moraña, Mabel 1948-
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  • 8
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Profile
    ISBN: 9781782837008
    Content: " CHOSEN AS ONE OF THE GUARDIAN 'S and FINANCIAL TIMES ' BOOKS OF 2020'In intimate, often tender prose, Gevisser brings to live the complex movement for queer civil rights and the many people on whom it bears.' Colm Toibin, Guardian'Powerful... meticulously researched' Andrew McMillan, Observer Book of the Week Six years in the making, The Pink Line follows protagonists from nine countries all over the globe to tell the story of how LGBTQ+ Rights became one of the world's new human rights frontiers in the second decade of the twenty-first century. From refugees in South Africa to activists in Egypt, transgender women in Russia and transitioning teens in the American Mid-West, The Pink Line folds intimate and deeply affecting stories of individuals, families and communities into a definitive account of how the world has changed, so dramatically, in just a decade. And in doing so he reveals a troubling new equation that has come in to play: while same-sex marriage and gender transition are now celebrated in some parts of the world, laws to criminalise homosexuality and gender non-conformity have been strengthened in others. In a work of great scope and wonderful storytelling, this is the groundbreaking, definitive account of how issues of sexuality and gender identity divide and unite the world today. "
    Content: Biographisches: "Mark Gevisser's previous books include the award-winning A Legacy of Liberation: Thabo Mbeki and the Future of South Africa's Dream , and Lost and Found in Johannesburg: A Memoir . He writes frequently for Guardian , The New York Times , Granta , and many other publications. He helped organise South Africa's first Pride March in 1990, and has worked on queer themes ever since, as a journalist, film-maker and curator. He lives in Cape Town."
    Language: English
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  • 9
    Format: 1 online resource (366 pages)
    ISBN: 9780776628653
    Series Statement: Politics and Public Policy
    Content: This book presents a theory of community development that attends to multiple aspects of diversity and marginalization in contemporary Canadian society. It will be of particular value to graduate students in the field
    Note: Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources , Cover -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- CHAPTER ONE (Re)creating Recreation and Sport Activities in Indigenous Communities: A Health-Promotion Approach for Social Work -- CHAPTER TWO Supporting Community Connections in Later Life: The Role of Community-Engaged Arts -- CHAPTER THREE Organizing within Communities That Have Experienced Collective Trauma: Tensions, Contradictions, and Possibilities -- CHAPTER FOUR Community Development in Atlantic Canada: Case Studies in Three Sectors of Activity in Acadian Communities in New Brunswick -- CHAPTER FIVE Queering and Querying: Hope for Critical Queer Theory in Community Practice -- CHAPTER SIX Collective Action and Interventions in Quebec -- CHAPTER SEVEN Poverty, Inequalities, and Collective Intervention Strategies -- CHAPTER EIGHT Feminist Organizing in Canada -- CHAPTER NINE Community Development and Francophone-Minority Communities: Study Based on a Social-Capital Model -- CHAPTER TEN Immigrant Organizing and the Community -- CHAPTER ELEVEN Community Organizing with Immigrants and Refugees -- CHAPTER TWELVE Fostering Effective Public Policy for Climate Change and a Renewable-Energy Economy: Policy Influencing and Capacity Building as Community Practice -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN "Nothing About Us Without Us": (dis)Ability Community Development in Nova Scotia -- CHAPTER FOURTEEN Critical Perspectives on Community Work with Youth -- Conclusion: The Canadian Context of Community Work -- Contributors -- Back Cover
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe Todd, Sarah Canadian Perspectives on Community Development Ottawa : University of Ottawa Press,c2020 9780776628646
    Language: English
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  • 10
    Format: 271 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9780252085239 , 9780252043314
    Series Statement: Dissident feminisms
    Content: "Treated neither with respect nor with dignity" : contextualizing queer and trans migrant "illegalization," detention, and deportation / Eithne Luibhéid -- "Prevent Miami from becoming a refugium peccatorum" : policing Black Bahamian women and making the straight, white state, 1890-1940 / Julio Capó Jr. -- From potlucks to protests : reflections from organizing queer and trans API communities / Sasha Wijeyeratne -- Central American migrants : LGBTI asylum cases seeking justice and making history / Suyapa Portillo Villeda -- Resettlement as securitization : war, humanitarianism, and the production of Syrian LGBT refugees / Fadi SalehLuibheid and Chavez -- Unsafe present, uncertain future : LGBTI asylum in Turkey / Elif Sarı -- Welcome to Cuban Miami : linking place, race, and undocumented queer youth activism / Rafael Ramirez Solórzano -- O Canada : HIV not welcome here / Ryan Conrad -- Bridging immigration justice and prison abolition / Jamila Hammami -- Facing crisis : queer representations against the backdrop of Athens / Myrto Tsilimpounidi and Anna Carastathis -- Fantasy subjects : dissonant performances of belonging in queer African refugee resettlement / AB Brown -- Validation through documentation : integrating activism, research, and scholarship to highlight (validate) trans Latin@ immigrant lives / Jack Cáraves and Bamby Salcedo -- Shameless interruptions : finding survival at the edges of trans and queer migrations / Ruben Zecena -- Monarchs and queers / Yasmin Nair -- The price of survival : family separation, coercion, and help / José Guadalupe Herrera Soto -- The rhetoric of family in the U.S. immigration movement : a queer migration analysis of the 2014 Central American child migrant "crisis" / Karma R. Chávez and Hana MasriLuibheid and Chavez -- Imperialism, settler colonialism, and indigeneity : a queer migration roundtable / Leece Lee-Oliver, Monisha Das Gupta, Katherine Fobear, and Edward Ou Jin Lee.
    Content: "More than a quarter of a million LGBTQ-identified migrants in the United States lack documentation and constantly risk detention and deportation. LGBTQ migrants around the world endure similarly precarious situations. Eithne Luibhéid's and Karma R. Chávez's edited collection provides a first-of-its-kind look at LGBTQ migrants and communities. The academics, activists, and artists in the volume center illegalization, detention, and deportation in national and transnational contexts, and examine how migrants and allies negotiate, resist, refuse, and critique these processes. The works contribute to the fields of gender and sexuality studies, critical race and ethnic studies, borders and migration studies, and decolonial studies. Bridging voices and works from inside and outside of the academy, and international in scope, Queer and Trans Migrations illuminates new perspectives in the field of queer and trans migration studies"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Additional Edition: 9780252052194
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Online-Ausgabe Queer and trans migrations Urbana, Chicago : University of Illinois Press, [2020]
    Language: English
    Subjects: Ethnology
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    Keywords: USA ; Einwanderer ; LGBT ; Aufsatzsammlung
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