Anthropologists are talking about queer anthropology

Graham, Mark, Boyce, Paul, Engebretsen, Elisabeth L, Gonzalez-Polledo, E J, Hendriks, Thomas, Hossain, Adnan, Posocco, Silvia, Riley, Taylor, Renkin, Hadley Z and Tucker, Heather (2015) Anthropologists are talking about queer anthropology. Ethnos, 81 (2). pp. 364-377. ISSN 0014-1844

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The following roundtable discussion took place at the European Association of Social Anthropologists’ biennial conference held in Tallinn, Estonia, on 31 July to 3 August 2014. It sprang out of the session ‘Whatever is happening to the critical study of sexual and gender diversity in anthropology?’ convened by Paul Boyce and Silvia Posocco, and a meeting of the European Network of Queer Anthropology (ENQA), which was founded in 2013 by Paul Boyce and Elisabeth Engebretsen. The aim of the discussion was to explore what we mean by a queer anthropology and what it can still contribute to the discipline some two decades after the emergence of queer theory in the academia. The discussion was recorded, transcribed and edited by Ethnos Co-Editor in Chief, Mark Graham

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