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Title Diasporic intimacies : Queer Filipinos and Canadian imaginaries / edited by Robert Diaz, Marissa Largo, and Fritz Pino
Published Evanston, Illinois : Northwestern University Press, 2018
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Series Critical insurgencies
Critical insurgencies.
Contents Introduction: The "stuff" of queer horizons and other utopic pursuits / Robert Diaz -- In search of Filipinx queer histories in Canada / Roland Sintos Coloma -- Toward queer(er) futures : proliferating the "sexual" in Filipinx-Canadian sexuality studies / John Paul Catungal -- Visualizing the intimate in Filipino lives : a catalog essay / Marissa Largo and Robert Diaz -- Feminist collectivities, Tibo ethics, and the call of the Babaylan / Melanya Liwanag Aguila, PJ Alafriz, Lisa Valencia-Svensson, and Jo Simalaya Alcampo -- Life reflections of a Filipino Elvis / JB Ramos -- Bridging community and artistic practice / Interview with Jo Simalaya Alcampo -- Reimagining Filipina visibility through "black mirror" : the queer decolonial diasporic aesthetic of Marigold Santos / Marissa Largo -- Good-bye Ohbijou : notes on music, queer affect, and the impossibilities of satisfying multicultural ideals in Canada / Casey Mecija -- Sonic collectivities and the musical routes of Pantayo / Christine Balmes, Eirene Cloma, Michelle Cruz, Kat Estacio, Katrina Estacio, Marianne Grace Rellin, and Joanna Delos Reyes -- HATAW : queer choreography and the routes of diasporic Filipino-ness / Jodinand Aguillon -- Between the earth and sky / Interview with Kim Villagante -- Older Filipino gay men in Canada : bridging queer theory and gerontology in Filipinx Canadian studies / Fritz Luther Pino -- Colonial, settler colonial tactics and Filipino Canadian heteronormativities at play on the basketball court / May Farrales -- Dragging Filipinx : a series of performative vignettes / Patrick Salvani -- Taking up space is revolutionary / Sean Kua -- Queer diasporas on the front line / Interviews with Benjamin Bongolan and Constantine Cabarios -- Queertopia is a country that does not exist / Artist Statement and Interview with Julius Poncelet Manapul -- Dancing queer to be intimate with the Roman Catholic Church, or remembering Augusto Diangson / Patrick Alcedo -- Militarism, violence, and critiques of the neoliberal state : Radyo Migrante's trans day of remembrance / Interview with Mithi Esguerra -- Out now! U.S. troops, out now! : Anakbayan Toronto, two stories of murder / Lui Queano -- Past gains and new beginnings : LGBTQs in the Filipino Canadian left movement / Congress of Progressive Filipino Canadians, written by Ken Santos and Joy Sioson -- Education, activism, and performance : Filipino community organizing and HIV/AIDS -- My grandmother and I: a play / by Lani Montreal -- Transgressing borders, generations, and taboos : Lani Montreal reflects on My grandmother and I -- Afterword. Queer elsewhere : fabulosity and futurity on the horizon / Martin Manalansan
Subject Cultural pluralism -- Canada.
Filipinos -- Canada -- Social conditions.
Sexual minorities -- Canada -- Social conditions.
Sexual minority community -- Canada.
Canada -- Ethnic relations -- 21st century.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Diaz, Robert, Jr., editor
Largo, Marissa, editor
Pino, Fritz, editor
ISBN 0810136538 (electronic bk.)
9780810136533 (electronic bk.)
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