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    Diasporic intimacies : queer Filipinos and Canadian imaginaries / edited by Robert Diaz, Marissa Largo, and Fritz Pino.
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    Evanston, Illinois : Northwestern University Press, 2018.
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  • Filipinos -- Canada -- Social conditions.
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  • Sexual minorities -- Canada -- Social conditions.
  •  
  • Sexual minority community -- Canada.
  •  
  • Cultural pluralism -- Canada.
  •  
  • Canada -- Ethnic relations -- 21st century.
  • ISBN: 
    9780810136526
    081013652X
    9780810136519
    0810136511
    Series: 
    Critical insurgencies.
    Description: 
    xxxvi, 337 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
    Contents: 
    Introduction: The "stuff" of queer horizons and other utopic pursuits / Robert Diaz -- In search of Filipinx queer histories in Canada / Roland Sintos Coloma -- Toward queer(er) futures : proliferating the "sexual" in Filipinx-Canadian sexuality studies / John Paul Catungal -- Visualizing the intimate in Filipino lives : a catalog essay / Marissa Largo and Robert Diaz -- Feminist collectivities, Tibo ethics, and the call of the Babaylan / Melanya Liwanag Aguila, PJ Alafriz, Lisa Valencia-Svensson, and Jo Simalaya Alcampo -- Life reflections of a Filipino Elvis / JB Ramos -- Bridging community and artistic practice / Interview with Jo Simalaya Alcampo -- Reimagining Filipina visibility through "black mirror" : the queer decolonial diasporic aesthetic of Marigold Santos / Marissa Largo -- Good-bye Ohbijou : notes on music, queer affect, and the impossibilities of satisfying multicultural ideals in Canada / Casey Mecija-- Sonic collectivities and the musical routes of Pantayo / Christine Balmes, Eirene Cloma, Michelle Cruz, Kat Estacio, Katrina Estacio, Marianne Grace Rellin, and Joanna Delos Reyes -- HATAW : queer choreography and the routes of diasporic Filipino-ness / Jodinand Aguillon -- Between the earth and sky / Interview with Kim Villagante -- Older Filipino gay men in Canada : bridging queer theory and gerontology in Filipinx Canadian studies / Fritz Luther Pino -- Colonial, settler colonial tactics and Filipino Canadian heteronormativities at play on the basketball court / May Farrales -- Dragging Filipinx : a series of performative vignettes / Patrick Salvani -- Taking up space is revolutionary / Sean Kua -- Queer diasporas on the front line / Interviews with Benjamin Bongolan and Constantine Cabarios -- Queertopia is a country that does not exist / Artist Statement and Interview with Julius Poncelet Manapul -- Dancing queer to be intimate with the Roman Catholic Church, or remembering Augusto Diangson / Patrick Alcedo -- Militarism, violence, and critiques of the neoliberal state : Radyo Migrante's trans day of remembrance / Interview with Mithi Esguerra -- Out now! U.S. troops, out now! : Anakbayan Toronto, two stories of murder / Lui Queano -- Past gains and new beginnings : LGBTQs in the Filipino Canadian left movement / Congress of Progressive Filipino Canadians, written by Ken Santos and Joy Sioson -- Education, activism, and performance : Filipino community organizing and HIV/AIDS -- My grandmother and I: a play / by Lani Montreal -- Transgressing borders, generations, and taboos : Lani Montreal reflects on My grandmother and I -- Afterword. Queer elsewhere : fabulosity and futurity on the horizon / Martin Manalansan.
    Content Notes: 
    Papers from a conference held January 2015 at Ontario College of Art and Design University, Ontario, Canada.
    Additional Author: 
    Diaz, Robert, Jr., editor.
    Largo, Marissa, editor.
    Pino, Fritz, editor.
    Summary: 
    "Diasporic Intimacies: Queer Filipinos and Canadian Imaginaries is the first edited volume of its kind, featuring the works of leading scholars, artists, and activists who reflect on the contributions of queer Filipinos to Canadian culture and society. Addressing a wide range of issues beyond the academy, the authors present a rich and under-studied archive of personal reflections, in-depth interviews, creative works, and scholarly essays. Their trandsdisciplinary approach highlights the need for queer, transgressive, and utopian practices that render visible histories of migration, empire building, settler colonialism, and globalization. Timely, urgent, and fascinating, Diasporic Intimacies offers an accessible entry point for readers who seek to pursue critically engaged community work, arts education, curatorial practice, and socially inflected research on sexuality, gender, and race in this ever-changing world." -- From publisher.
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    Includes bibliographical references and index.
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