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"This book draws on the analytic and political dimensions of queer, alongside the analytic and political usefulness of reading emotion, to navigate legal interventions aimed at addressing the rights of LGBT people. Scholars, activists, lawyers, and judges concerned with eliminating violence and discrimination against LGBT people have generated passionate conversations about pursuing law reform to make LGBT injuries, intimacies, and identities visible, while some challenge the ways legal systems marginalise queer minorities. Senthorun Sunil Raj contributes to these ongoing conversations by using emotion as an analytic frame to reflect on the ways case law seeks to "progress" the intimacies and identities of LGBT people from positions of injury. This book catalogues a range of cases from Australia, United States, and United Kingdom to unpack how emotion shapes the decriminalisation of homosexuality, hate crime interventions, anti-discrimination measures, refugee protection, and marriage equality. While emotional enactments in pro-LGBT jurisprudence enable new forms of recognition and visibility, they can also work, paradoxically, to cover over queer intimacies and identities. Raj shows that reading jurisprudence through emotions can make space in law to affirm, rather than disavow, intimacies and identities that queer conventional ideas about "LGBT progress", without having to abandon legal pursuits to better protect LGBT people. This book will be of interest to students and scholars of human rights law, gender and sexuality studies, and socio-legal theory"-- Provided by publisher.
Based on author's thesis (doctoral - University of Sydney, 2016) issued under title: Reading emotion : queer injury, intimacy, and identity in pro-LGBTI cases.
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Feeling Progress : Queer Scholarship, Emotional Jurisprudence Directing Disgust : Queerness and Criminality Healing Hate : Queer Violence and Punishment Animating Anger : Queer Discrimination and Accommodation Fighting Fear : Queer Claims and Asylum Loosening Love : Queer Kinship and Marriage Equality Conclusion : Towards Queer Reparative Futures
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