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草根文学:土耳其的同性恋激进主义和互联网-Grassroots Literacies: Lesbian and Gay Activism and the Internet in Turkey文件编号:1297

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标题(title):Grassroots Literacies: Lesbian and Gay Activism and the Internet in Turkey
草根文学:土耳其的同性恋激进主义和互联网
作者(author):Serkan Görkemli
出版社(publisher):SUNY Press
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Grassroots Literacies analyzes the complex issues surrounding lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender representations, technology, and grassroots activism in international contexts through the lens of Legato, a collegiate lesbian and gay association that engaged in activism in colleges and universities in Turkey from the mid-1990s to the early 2000s. Using the Internet and digital media, Legato enabled students to connect with each other on campuses across the country and introduced them to new (i.e., lesbian and gay) identity categories and community activism. Serkan Görkemli presents historical, cultural, visual, and interview-based analyses of Legato members' "coming out" experiences and uses of digital media. Members emerged as sexuality activists with the help of the Internet and engaged with negative representations of homosexuality through offline events such as film screenings, reading groups, and conferences in the challenging context of burgeoning civil society efforts in Turkey. Bridging transnational and literacy-based studies, the book ultimately traces the contours of a "transnational literacy" regarding sexuality.
Table of contents :
Contents......Page 8
List of Illustrations......Page 10
Acknowledgments......Page 12
1: Legato in Turkey: Literacy, Media, and Global Sexualities......Page 14
Legato Overview......Page 15
The Globalization of Lesbian and Gay Identities, Transnational Rhetorics, and Literacy......Page 19
Literacies and Sponsors: Sexuality, Community, and Technology......Page 26
Methodology and Chapter Descriptions......Page 32
2: From Queer Empire to Heterosexual Republic: Modernity, Homosexuality, and Media......Page 36
The Complexity of Sexuality in the Middle East......Page 40
Same-Sex Desire and Practices in the Ottoman Empire......Page 42
Sexuality and Media in the Republic of Turkey......Page 49
The Emergence of Community Media: Kaos GL and Its Critique of Mass Media Representations of Homosexuality......Page 60
Collegiate Lesbian and Gay Visual Rhetoric......Page 65
Print Media and the Public’s Attitudes toward Homosexuality in Turkey in the 2000s......Page 73
Media Representations and Lesbian and Gay Agency......Page 79
3: Coming Out and Legato Members’ Narratives of Sexual Literacy......Page 84
Methods......Page 88
Ünal......Page 90
Bilal......Page 95
Nalan......Page 100
Umut......Page 105
Deniz......Page 109
Gateways, Sponsors, and the Accumulation of Sexual Literacies......Page 114
The Gateways and Sponsors of Lesbian and Gay Literacies......Page 115
The Gateways and Sponsors of Heterosexual Literacy......Page 119
Coming Out, Literacy, and Community......Page 131
4: Paper Tigers in Digital Closets? Lesbian and Gay Activism, the Internet, and Community Literacy......Page 136
Community, Literacy, and the Turkish Political Context......Page 138
Local LGBT Advocacy Organizations, Legato, and the Internet......Page 142
Zeynep: Kaos GL, Legato METU, and Daughters of Sappho......Page 143
Ünal: Kaos GL, Halega, Gay Ankara, and Legato......Page 146
Deniz: Lambda Istanbul and Legato......Page 152
Initiation and Membership at Established Organizations and the Origins of LGBT Students’ Self-Organizing......Page 157
The Emergence of Subgroups (Computer-Mediated Initiation and Membership) and Their Internet-Mediated Positioning in Relation to the Host Organization......Page 158
Legato’s Multiple Dis/Placements: The “Official Versus Unofficial” Controversy......Page 161
In Search of a “Place”: The “Activism Versus Friendship” Controversy and Legato Versus Lambda Istanbul......Page 164
An Organizational Confusion: Daughters of Sappho Versus Bilitis and Legato Versus Legato?......Page 168
Legato “Technical” E-Mail List......Page 170
Legato Members’ “Going Public”: The Modes and Metaphors of Community Literacy......Page 177
5: Literacies, Sexualities, and Transnational Rhetorics......Page 182
Beyond Legato......Page 183
Global Queering and Transnational Literacy Regarding Sexualities in the Middle East......Page 189
Introductory Information......Page 200
Access to Legato Student Mailing Lists......Page 201
Overall......Page 202
University Context......Page 203
Mailing List Membership Procedures......Page 204
Knowledge of Languages......Page 205
Legato, Web Site, and the Intercollegiate Mailing List......Page 206
Knowledge of Languages......Page 207
Research Participant Consent Form......Page 208
Notes......Page 210
Works Cited......Page 218
Index......Page 228


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