The volatility of the present moment requires scholars to direct nuanced intellectual attention to the intertwined space of borders and sexuality. While these subjects have historically come into visibility in academic research as separate and self-contained fields of study, the emphasis has to be shifted to their constitutive connection and intersection. In their examination of contexts, institutions and representations that perpetuate forms of exclusion, this special issue advances a strong and necessary critique of the materialities and politics of sexuality and borders in the global present.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Cultural Studies
- Sociology and Political Science