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    Online Resource
    [London, England] : Zed Books | [London, England] : Bloomsbury Publishing
    UID:
    gbv_1801651833
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (252 Seiten)
    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: ISBN 9780755638987
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe
    Language: English
    Keywords: Subsaharisches Afrika ; LGBT ; Mobilität ; Electronic books ; Aufsatzsammlung
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