Queer Theory in Education
Edited by William F. Pinar
Published August 1st 1998 by Routledge
Theoretical studies in curriculum have begun to move into cultural studies--one vibrant and increasingly visible sector of which is queer theory. Queer Theory in Education brings together the most prominent and promising scholars in the field of education--primarily but not exclusively in curriculum--in the first volume on queer theory in education. In his perceptive introduction, the editor outlines queer theory as it is emerging in the field of education, its significance for all scholars and teachers, and its relation to queer theory in literacy theory and more generally, in the humanities.
Contents: W.F. Pinar, Introduction. W.G. Tierney, P. Dilley, Constructing Knowledge: Educational Research and Gay and Lesbian Studies. J.T. Sears, A Generational and Theoretical Analysis of Culture and Male (Homo) Sexuality. D. Carlson, Who Am I? Gay Identity and a Democratic Politics of the Self. E. Meiners, Remember When All the Cars Were Fords and All the Lesbians Were Women? Some Notes on Identity, Mobility, and Capital. S. Luhmann, Queering/Querying Pedagogy? Or, Pedagogy Is a Pretty Queer Thing. R. Walcott, Queer Texts and Performativity: Zora, Rap, and Community. N. Rodriquez, (Queer) Youth as Political and Pedagogical. S.R. Steinberg, Appropriating Queerness: Hollywood Sanitation. D. Sumara, B. Davis, Telling Tales of Surprise. W.F. Pinar, Understanding Curriculum as Gender Text: Notes on Reproduction, Resistance, and Male-Male Relations. S. de Castell, M. Bryson, From the Ridiculous to the Sublime: On Finding Oneself in Educational Research. K.G. Honeychurch, Carnal Knowledge: Re-Searching (Through) the Sexual Body. M. Morris, Unresting the Curriculum: Queer Projects, Queer Imaginings. M.A. Doll, Queering the Gaze. A.J. Pitt, Fantasizing Women in the Women's Studies Classroom: Toward a Symptomatic Reading of Negation. D.P. Britzman, On Some Psychical Consequences of AIDS Education. R. Platizky, We Were Already Ticking and Didn't Even Know [It]: Early AIDS Works. W. Haver, Of Mad Men Who Practice Invention to the Brink of Intelligibility. J.L. Miller, Autobiography as a Queer Curriculum Practice.