Queering international law : possibilities, alliances, complicities, risks
- edited by Dianne Otto.
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.
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- Physical description
- xiv, 290 pages ; 25 cm.
- Routledge research in international law.
- Otto, Dianne, editor.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages -276) and index.
- Introduction: Embracing queer curiosity / Dianne Otto
- A tale of two atonements / Rahul Rao
- "Dangerous desires" : illegality, sexuality and the global governance of artisanal mining / Doris Buss and Blair Rutherford
- The anatomy of neoliberal Internet governance : a queer critical political economy perspective / Monika Zalnierute
- International law as violence : competing absences of the other / Vanja Hamzić
- The maintenance of (international peace and security) heteronormativity / Tamsin Philippa Paige
- In spite : testifying to sexual and gender-based violence during the Khmer Rouge period / Maria Elander
- The (im)possibility of queering international human rights law / Ratna Kapur
- Homoglobalism : the emergence of global gay governance / Aeyal Gross
- Governing (trans)parenthood : the tenacious hold of biological connections and heterosexuality / Anniken Sørlie
- Queer border crossers : pragmatic complicities, indiscretions and subversions / Bina Fernandez
- Queering international law's stories of origin : hospitality and homophobia / Nan Seuffert
- Resisting the heteronormative imaginary of the nation-state : rethinking kinship and border protection / Dianne Otto.
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- Routledge research in international law
- 9781138289918 hardcover
- 1138289914 hardcover
- 9781315266787 electronic book
- 1315266784 electronic book
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