Book Shelf

Compendium of queer

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Dagmawi Woubshet, The Calendar of Loss: Race, Sexuality, and Mourning in the Early Era of AIDS (2015) illuminates how AIDS mourning confounds and traverses how we have come to think about loss and grief, insisting that the bereaved can confront death in the face of shame and stigma in eloquent ways that also imply a fierce political sensibility and a longing for justice.

Dimitri Papanikolaou, Greek Weird Wave (2021) on key films from the post-2009 ‘New’ or ‘Weird Wave’ of Greek cinema, proposing the Greek Weird Wave as a paradigmatic cinema movement of biopolitical realism.

Sarah Allen & Yasufumi Nakamori (eds), Zanele Muholi exhibition book (2021) images and essays to accompany the Tate Modern retrospective.

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Polly Galis, Antonia Wimbush and Maria Tomlinson (eds) Queer(y)ing Bodily Norms in Francophone Culture (2021) thinking bodily norms as portrayed in literature, film, theatre and digital media specifically from a queer and querying perspective.