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Guillotine Series #5: [Censorship & Homophobia]

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Guillotine Series #5: [Censorship & Homophobia]

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32PP. GUILLOTINE SERIES #5. DECEMBER 2013.

“It is speech and visibility that legitimate us. It is speech and visibility that give us any political power that we have”: A richly personal and incisive, previously unpublished 1990 essay from one of the most important critical theorists of the twentieth century on free speech, homophobia, and violence. As relevant now as it was the year it was written.

EVE KOSOFKY SEDGWICK (1950–2009) is widely regarded as one of the originators of queer theory. A poet, artist, literary critic, and teacher, her books include the groundbreaking Epistemology of the Closet, Between Men, and Tendencies.


 

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32PP. GUILLOTINE SERIES #5. DECEMBER 2013.

“It is speech and visibility that legitimate us. It is speech and visibility that give us any political power that we have”: A richly personal and incisive, previously unpublished 1990 essay from one of the most important critical theorists of the twentieth century on free speech, homophobia, and violence. As relevant now as it was the year it was written.

EVE KOSOFKY SEDGWICK (1950–2009) is widely regarded as one of the originators of queer theory. A poet, artist, literary critic, and teacher, her books include the groundbreaking Epistemology of the Closet, Between Men, and Tendencies.