Insult and the Making of the Gay Self (Series Q) by Didier Eribon

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Published by Duke University Press .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Gay & Lesbian studies,
  • Homosexuality in literature,
  • Gay Studies,
  • Social Science,
  • Gender Studies,
  • Sociology,
  • Europe,
  • Psychology,
  • Cultural Studies,
  • Gay & Lesbian Studies/Queer Th,
  • French literature,
  • European - General,
  • Gays,
  • Social conditions

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages447
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9420988M
ISBN 100822333716
ISBN 109780822333715

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Known internationally as the author of a pathbreaking biography of Michel Foucault, Eribon is a leading voice in French gay by:   A bestseller in France following its publication inInsult and the Making of the Gay Self is an extraordinary set of reflections on “the gay question” by Didier Eribon, one of France’s foremost public internationally as the author of a pathbreaking biography of Michel Foucault, Eribon is a leading voice in French gay studies.4/5.

A bestseller in France following its publication inInsult and the Making of the Gay Self. is an extraordinary set of reflections on “the gay question” by Didier Eribon, one of France’s foremost public intellectuals.

Known internationally as the author of a pathbreaking biography of Michel Foucault, Eribon is a leading voice in French gay studies.

A bestseller in France following its publication inInsult and the Making of the Gay Self is an extraordinary set of reflections on “the gay question” by Didier Eribon, one Written:   A bestseller in France following its publication inInsult and the Making of the Gay Self is an extraordinary set of reflections on "the gay question" by Didier Eribon, one of France's foremost public intellectuals.

Known internationally as the author of a pathbreaking biography of Michel Foucault, Eribon is a leading voice in French gay : A bestseller in France following its publication inInsult and the Making of the Gay Self is an extraordinary set of reflections on “the gay question” by Didier Eribon, one of France’s foremost public internationally as the author of a pathbreaking biography of Michel Foucault, Eribon is a leading voice in French gay studies.4/5(81).

A bestseller in France following its publication inInsult and the Making of the Gay Self is an extraordinary set of reflections on “the gay question” by Didier Eribon, one of France’s foremost public intellectuals. Known internationally as the author of a pathbreaking biography of Michel Foucault, Eribon is a leading voice in French gay studies/5(4).

A bestseller in France following its publication inInsult and the Making of the Gay Self is an extraordinary set of reflections on “the gay question” by Didier Eribon, one of France’s foremost public intellectuals.

Known internationally as the author of a pathbreaking biography of Michel Foucault, Eribon is a leading voice in French gay : Duke University Press. Insult and the Making of the Gay Self [Didier Eribon, Michael Lucey, Michèle Aina Barale, Jonathan Goldberg, Michael Moon and Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick].

A bestseller in France following its publication inInsult and the Making of the Gay Self is. Book Description: A bestseller in France following its publication inInsult and the Making of the Gay Self is an extraordinary set of reflections on "the gay question" by Didier Eribon, one of France's foremost public intellectuals.

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A World of Insult. Caricature and Collective Insult. Shock Talk and Flywhisks. Including an argument for the use of Hannah Arendt's thought in gay rights advocacy, "Insult and the Making of the Gay Self" is an impassioned call for critical, active engagement with the question of how gay life is shaped both from without and within.

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Didier Eribon is a professor of sociology at the University of Amiens, who has published noted works on Michel Foucault and Pierre Bourdieu, as well as Insult and the Making of the Gay Self.

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Insult has preexisted individuals, and has already subjugated the gay and lesbian to the social and sexual order that it expresses and recalls. In language and action, insults mark out, make known, and reinforce the hierarchies between various identities—socially, culturally, racially.

Saying that someone is gay as an insult is the same as racism – you're bringing them down because of something that defines them but that they also can't control. The word "gay" used to mean happy and carefree, but over time it has somehow become a word that slips out in one's anger or stupidity to express a connotate an insult that assumes.

Insult and the Making of the Gay Self. Durham/London: Duke University. Highly recommended but difficult to summarize or review is this work by French philosopher and historian Didier Eribon, France’s leading authority on Michel Foucault and author of numerous books and articles on intellectual history related to homosexuality/gay and queer.

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I think that “gay” is literally the worst insult. And by worst I mean it isn’t good at being insulting. The word has two meanings, so by calling someone/something gay you’re either saying they’re happy, or they’re homosexual, and despite popular opinion neither of those are bad things.

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