By Bojan Bilić, Sanja Kajinić
This quantity combines empirically orientated and theoretically grounded reflections upon numerous varieties of LGBT activist engagement to check how the suggestion of intersectionality enters the political context of up to date Serbia and Croatia. through uncovering stories of a number of oppression and voicing worry and frustration that accompany exclusionary practices, the contributions to this publication search to reinvigorate the serious strength of intersectionality, so that it will generate the root for wider political alliances and solidarities within the post-Yugoslav house. The authors, either activists and lecturers, problem the systematic absence of discussions of (post-)Yugoslav LGBT activist projects in contemporary social technological know-how scholarship, and convey how emancipatory politics of resistance can reshape what's attainable to visualize as identification and group in post-war and post-socialist societies.
This booklet may be of curiosity to students and scholars within the components of historical past and politics of Yugoslavia and the post-Yugoslav states, in addition to to these operating within the fields of political sociology, ecu stories, social activities, homosexual and lesbian reviews, gender experiences, and queer concept and activism.
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Intersectionality and LGBT Activist Politics: Multiple Others in Croatia and Serbia by Bojan Bilić, Sanja Kajinić