JOSE MUNOZ DISIDENTIFICATION PDF

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For the next step, you'll be taken to a website to complete the donation and enter your billing information. You'll then be redirected back to LARB. To take advantage of all LARB has to offer, please create an account or log in before joining The Los Angeles Review of Books is a c 3 nonprofit. Donate to support new essays, interviews, reviews, literary curation, our groundbreaking publishing workshop, free events series, newly anointed publishing wing, and the dedicated team that makes it possible.

Queer theory emerged in the early s in order to widen and complicate the understanding of sexualities beyond heteronormativity. But despite their claims of wanting to break free of preconceived notions of gender and sexuality, many queer theorists overlooked the role of race and ethnicity in the experiences of queer individuals, ignoring the unique perspective of queers of color.

It helps us to understand how we survive in the toxic swamp. How artists absorb things and then what they do with these things — how a song, or a performance, or a painting can function as a survival guide, a weapon, a tool — an instrument for pleasure and social transformation. Furthermore, it could not be more important as one of the first books to be percent dedicated to very serious thinking about the work of queer artists of color.

Thus, disidentification is a step further than cracking open the code of the majority; it proceeds to use this code as raw material for representing a disempowered politics or positionality than has been rendered unthinkable by the dominant culture. Davis blatantly exposes the threatening identity of a white supremacist as a weak and humorous construction.

Yet, these citizen subjects are not without resources — they never have been. That book speaks to the most ecstatic experiences of queer performance and it does so using a Marxist, and intensely philosophical language. The here and now is a prison house. Some will say that all we have are the pleasures of this moment, but we must never settle for that minimal transport; we must dream and enact new and better pleasures, other ways of being in the world, and ultimately new worlds.

As Warhol famously states:. A Coke is a Coke and no amount of money can get you a better Coke than the one that the bum on the corner is drinking. All the Cokes are the same and all the Cokes are good. Liz Taylor knows it, the President knows it, the bum knows it, and you know it. Our conversations were integrated into a kind of combination of philosophy around art and life, as well as utopia. Not focusing on individual moments, but a more broad collective pleasure.

It was really validating. As a matter of fact, it actually had political resonance in the way it was presented. That was real revelatory for me. I would always feel in awe at that — being able to experience that. I would usually feel a little bit out of body like you have to remove yourself in order to take it in intellectually.

He was the first stop for me in terms of showing my product because he had written about my work so much and I respected his craft so much from the way he thinks about things to the way he frames things so poetically. He was also very supportive. It was fun for me to see these ideas with him and see his response to its fruition. Basically there was a lot of support as well as pure fun and joy. But I feel like he was that for so many people and I thought I was really special.

I thought I was the one he liked the best and I was his little darling. But no, he had so many people that he was really encouraging and this little papa to.

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Access options available:. Theatre Journal Disidentifications: Queers of Color and the Performance of Politics. Cultural Studies of the Americas, Volume 2. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, ; pp. As is becoming increasingly clear in performance theory and cultural studies, the racialized body and racial politics enable and justify difference. While the notion of difference and its relation to the racialized body requires the inscription of the minority subject, the location of agency is paramount.

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