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Drawing on an ethnography of dyke bar commemoration in four U.S. cities, this article applies Sedgwick's concept of "reparative reading" to commemorative practices, tracing how commemorators leverage this reading to guide a . They commemorate material spaces rooted in place, but cultivate mobile and inclusive space. That is, commemorators, most of whom have had limited exposure to the spaces that they mourn, carefully situate the lost dyke bar, highlighting geographic, esthetic, demographic, and temporal attributes. The images they construct of the contrast with their commemorative events, which emphasize social over alternate attributes. Commemorators repair and critique the situated bar - not to restore it, but to harness it for their forward-facing efforts - by using memory to advocate for a move from specificity to generality; from situated to mobile and inclusive . I elucidate how this turn toward social space and bar commemoration itself emerges not merely from institutional and territorial loss, but from commitments to diversity, inclusivity, and queer identities and politics.
This article was published in the following journal.
Name: Journal of lesbian studies
As populations become increasingly urbanised, the preservation of urban green space (UGS) becomes paramount. UGS is not just dedicated recreational space such as public parks, but other types of infor...
The brain constructs a functional representation of the space around the body, the so called peripersonal space (PPS), which is a sensorimotor interface used to ensure suitable motor acts. However, th...
Violations of personal space are associated with discomfort. However, the exact function linking the magnitude of discomfort to interpersonal distance has not yet been specified. In this study, we exp...
A return to the Moon, Mars expeditions, and a rise in space tourism will lead to an increasing number of human spaceflights. The 'Gravitational biology and space medicine' Collection focuses on the ch...
The peripersonal space (PPS) is a multisensory representation of the near-body region of space where objects appear at hand. It also represents a buffer zone protecting the body from external threats ...
A 3-arm randomised controlled trial will be conducted to compare the effectiveness of a new enhanced Child Friendly Space service package with the basic Child Friendly Space service implem...
Patients in our department endoscopic thyroidectomy were randomly divided into high position and low position established operating space group established operating space group. The thyro...
In this randomized controlled trial, we will identify social networks on My Space.com, an randomly assign each network to control or intervention status. We will then intervene at the leve...
Space maintainers are appliances that applied when primary teeth were lost prematurely because of many reasons such as tooth decay, trauma, lack of germ of permanent tooth.4 Space problems...
NASA has outlined the most urgent threats to life and health in manned spaceflight. One of the threats is the risk of trauma and acute medical problems. One of the most important provisio...
Common treatment method used in pediatric dentistry that involves the use of fixed or removable space maintainers in order to keep the space left by a baby tooth safe in the event it is lost early. Space maintainers also help permanent teeth to grow safely.
An environment simulating one or more parameters of the space environment, applied in testing space systems or components. Often, a closed chamber is used, capable of approximating the vacuum and normal environments of space. (From NASA Thesaurus, 1988) This also includes simulated EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY studies in atmosphere exposure chambers or water tanks.
The environment outside the earth or its atmosphere. The environment may refer to a closed cabin (such as a space shuttle or space station) or to space itself, the moon, or other planets.
Space between the dura mater and the walls of the vertebral canal.
The awareness of the spatial properties of objects; includes physical space.