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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 Where Is Queer Studies Now? An Interview with Annamarie Jagose
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'Australia Queer was a Special Edition of the Australian journal Meanjin and was. a pioneering collection of queer Australian writing. It was published during a time (the 1990s) that saw the rapid rise of queer theory and politics. Annamarie Jagose was one of the editors of that special edition and her book Queer Theory (published by the University of Melbourne Press in 1996) was among the first to set the parameters for queer theory and queer studies. This brief interview with Annamarie Jagose focusses on where queer studies is now, nearly two decades after the release of Australia Queer.' (Publication abstract)

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  • Meanjin vol. 55 no. 1 1996 periodical issue
  • Queer Theory Annamarie Rustom Jagose , 1996 single work criticism
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