Feminist Review

, Volume 54, Issue 1, pp 3–30

Queer Black Feminism: The Pleasure Principle

  • Laura Alexandra Harris
Article

DOI: 10.1057/fr.1996.31

Cite this article as:
Harris, L. Fem Rev (1996) 54: 3. doi:10.1057/fr.1996.31
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Abstract

In this critical personal narrative Harris explores some of the gaps between conceptions of feminist thought and feminist practice. Harris focuses on an analysis of race, class, and desire divisions within feminist sexual politics. She suggests a queer black feminist theory and practice that calls into question naturalized identities and communities, and therefore what feminism and feminist practices might entail.

Keywords

queerblackfeminismfempop-feminism

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© Feminist Review 1996

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  • Laura Alexandra Harris

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