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Talia Vestri Publishes Flash Essay on Queer Studies in Romanticism

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“This work would require, of course, that we pivot from identity politics to methodological innovations, prompting us to do the ‘work of disruption, questioning, and reassessment promised by queer theory’ in the first place. The kind of work, in other words, that might continue the important job of dismantling the Romantic ideology.”

Postdoctoral Teaching Associate Talia Vestri has published a flash essay on queer studies in Romanticism for the latest issue of the Keats-Shelley Journal. The essay, entitled, “Where’s Queer?,” investigates “where can we find queer history and queer historiography, queer ecology, queer temporality, queer affect, or queer kinship invigorating Romantic scholarship.”

Read the full essay on Project MUSE.

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