|LC control no.||sh2006001835
|Topical heading||Queer theory
|See also||Gender identity
|Found in||Work cat.: Sullivan, N. A critical introduction to queer theory, c2003.
Wilson WWW site, Mar. 10, 2006 (queer theory is used as a thesaurus term; no reference structure given; 75 citations)
Int'l ency. of the soc. & behavioral sciences, c2001, via Science Direct, viewed Mar. 10, 2006: entry under "Queer theory", p. 12659 (Queer theory argues ... that sexual desire and sexual practices are not reducible or explicable solely in terms of identity categories, such as gender, race, class, or sexual orientation. It is radically anti-essentialist, in that it challenges a notion of homosexuality as intrinsic, fixed, innate, and universally present across time and space)
NYT, Jan. 17, 1998, via Proquest historical newspapers, viewed Feb. 21, 2006: Smith, D. 'Queer theory' is entering the literary mainstream, p. B9 (Queer theorists scorn traditional definitions of "homosexual" and "heterosexual". There is no strict demarcation between male and female ... Instead, taking their cue from the historian Michael Foucault, sexuality exists on a continuum ...)