Gaga feminism : sex, gender, and the end of normal / Judith, Halberstam

Main Author: Halberstam, Judith, 1961-...., AuteurLanguage: anglais.Country: États-Unis.Publication: Description: 1 vol. (XXV-157 p.) ; 23 cmISBN: 9780807010983; 9780807010983.Series: Queer action/Queer ideasDewey: 305.42, 23Bibliography: Bibliographie p. 153-157.Subject - Personal Name: Lady Gaga 1986- Subject - Topical Name: Feminism -- Social aspects | F�eminisme -- Aspect social | Sex -- Social aspects | Sexualit�e -- Aspect social | Th�eorie queer Subject: théorie queer | enceint | lady gaga | bromance | gender politics
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“Jack Halberstam-the king of feminism-has managed to make sense of pregnant men, Lady Gaga, gay marriage, and the advent of the bromance in this provocative and pleasurable romp through contemporary gender politics. Gaga Feminism is as fun as it is illuminating.” —Ariel Levy, author of Female Chauvinist Pigs and staff writer at the New Yorker

“Like the remixed and mashed cultures that produced her, Lady Gaga defies simple logics and explanations. Perhaps no scholar is better equipped to go there with Gaga than J. Jack Halberstam, whose work, like Gaga, resists categorization. If Gaga Feminism is a politics of free form and improvisation, Halberstam bravely lets loose the reins.”—Mark Anthony Neal, co-editor That’s the Joint: The Hip-Hop Studies Reader

“Jack Halberstam’s wild, playful intelligence wreaks dazzling havoc on pop culture and feminism and gender-from butch fish to deadbeat dudes, marriage, hetero(in)flexibilty, rom-coms, global capitalism, and, of course, Lady Gaga. Halberstam is the crier for and contributor to a gleeful anarchism that begins in the streets or the universities or maybe the television, and comes raging into our most intimate spheres.”—Michelle Tea, author of Valencia

Bibliographie p. 153-157

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