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”Jeg tror heller ikke jeg ville have lyst til at rende rundt i Indre by med en påspændingspik” ­- Nogle refleksioner over oplevelser af queer rum

Laursen, Tatjana Isis LU (2010) GNVK01 20101
Department of Gender Studies
Abstract
Analyzing social spaces is central in understandings of power hierarchies at work, and there is an in­
creasing emphasis on situated analysis of how intersecting socials categories form the possible posi­
tions for subjects to inhibit.
Drawing on contemporary feminist theory and studies, my goal is to nuance the under­
standing of how queer space in Copenhagen 2010 can be conceptualized by offering some varying
ways of understanding narratives from members within the community. Focusing on the themes
positionality, silences and ambivalence in readings of stories and thoughts following a queer event
in Copenhagen in early 2010, I point at how collective queer readings give space to a wider palette
of identities and... (More)
Analyzing social spaces is central in understandings of power hierarchies at work, and there is an in­
creasing emphasis on situated analysis of how intersecting socials categories form the possible posi­
tions for subjects to inhibit.
Drawing on contemporary feminist theory and studies, my goal is to nuance the under­
standing of how queer space in Copenhagen 2010 can be conceptualized by offering some varying
ways of understanding narratives from members within the community. Focusing on the themes
positionality, silences and ambivalence in readings of stories and thoughts following a queer event
in Copenhagen in early 2010, I point at how collective queer readings give space to a wider palette
of identities and expressions, yet some of which risk being read as ”too straight”, and by use of
metaphorically understanding the ideals of queer space with use of the visions of social interactions
without being hindered by bodily aspects and hierarchies that followed the rise of Internet forums, I
analyze the silences on especially embodiment and raciality within the community. (Less)
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author
Laursen, Tatjana Isis LU
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organization
course
GNVK01 20101
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
tavshed, positionering, Queer rum, situating, intersectionality, ambivalence, silences, Queer space, positionality, ambivalens, intersektionalitet, situering
language
Danish
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1608790
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2010-06-15 16:04:14
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2010-06-15 16:04:14
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  abstract     = {Analyzing social spaces is central in understandings of power hierarchies at work, and there is an in­
creasing emphasis on situated analysis of how intersecting socials categories form the possible posi­
tions for subjects to inhibit.
        Drawing on contemporary feminist theory and studies, my goal is to nuance the under­
standing of how queer space in Copenhagen 2010 can be conceptualized by offering some varying 
ways of understanding narratives from members within the community.   Focusing on the themes 
positionality, silences and ambivalence in readings of stories and thoughts following a queer event 
in Copenhagen in early 2010, I point at how collective queer readings give space to a wider palette 
of identities and expressions, yet some of which risk being read as ”too straight”, and by use of 
metaphorically understanding the ideals of queer space with use of the visions of social interactions 
without being hindered by bodily aspects and hierarchies that followed the rise of Internet forums, I 
analyze the silences on especially embodiment and raciality within the community.},
  author       = {Laursen, Tatjana Isis},
  keyword      = {tavshed,positionering,Queer rum,situating,intersectionality,ambivalence,silences,Queer space,positionality,ambivalens,intersektionalitet,situering},
  language     = {dan},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {”Jeg tror heller ikke jeg ville have lyst til at rende rundt i Indre by med en påspændingspik” ­- Nogle refleksioner over oplevelser af queer rum},
  year         = {2010},
}