Queer cosmopolitanism: place, politics, citizenship and Queer as Folk

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2005 Number 55

Queer cosmopolitanism: place, politics, citizenship and Queer as Folk
David Alderson, pages -

Abstract

Alderson discusses the television programme Queer As Folk in the context of its impact on British politics and its representations of contemporary gay life. He suggests the significance of gay communities for concepts of urban renewal, and how this leads to the important establishment of a definitively gay space.

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David Alderson (2005) Queer cosmopolitanism: place, politics, citizenship and Queer as Folk, New Formations, 2005(55), -

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