Chantal Zabus



Average rating: 3.88 · 16 ratings · 5 reviews · 17 distinct works
Tempests After Shakespeare

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Out in Africa: Same-Sex Des...

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African Palimpsest: Indigen...

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The Future of Postcolonial ...

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“The African continent has always been more queer than generally acknowledged.”
Chantal Zabus

“African "homosexualities" can never be comfortably slotted within identity politics carved out of Western "gay" and "lesbian" liberation struggles, and display queer and even post-queer characteristics.”
Chantal Zabus, Out in Africa: Same-Sex Desire in Sub-Saharan Literatures & Cultures

“The US "Down Low" is thronging with young Black males who live double lives in the homosexual urban underground. These "Black" and "queer" young males, who have sex with men and live straight lives, reject "gays" as "faggots who dress, talk and act like girls", thereby ascribing a White effeminacy to gayness and embracing a Black hypermasculinity.”
Chantal Zabus, Out in Africa: Same-Sex Desire in Sub-Saharan Literatures & Cultures



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