Wednesday, September 8, 2010

version 1.3: more femme theory!

Hours of google scholar searching really paid off this time (i know it seems like cheating, but really, google is just so easy)! Version 1.3 is up and ready for perusal--check it out here. In it you'll find references for a number of new academic pieces plus some additions to the writing femme and femme lit sections. One article I was pleased as punch to find is Elizabeth Galewski's "Figuring the Feminist Femme," a really intelligent piece on re-thinking how we theorize femme's feminist and political potential. Wordy goodness indeed!

As always, suggestions for additional resources and modes of organization are welcome! I'm sure that much is missing, and my intent is to make this bibliography as comprehensive as possible, so let me know if you have any ideas.

1 comment:

  1. Suggestion for the Literature section:
    Chrystos! She's a Native (Menominee) poet, activist and femme. Specifically her collection "In Her I Am."