セクシュアリティの地理学

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Valentine, G. (2000). Introduction From Nowhere to Everywhere: Lesbian Geographies. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 4(1): 1-9.

 

 

特集について

特集された論文

  • Elwood, S. A. (2000). Lesbian Living Spaces: Multiple Meanings of Home. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 4(1): 11-27. - セクシュアリティの地理学

  • Lo, J., H, T. (2000). Flagrantly Flouting It?: Contesting Perceptions of Locational Identity Among Urban Vancouver Lesbians.  Journal of Lesbian Studies, 4(1): 29-44.
  • Wincapaw, C. (2000). The Virtual Spaces of Lesbian and Bisexual Women's Electronic Mailing Lists.  Journal of Lesbian Studies, 4(1): 45-59.
  • Grant, A. (2000). And Still, the Lesbian Threat: or, How to Keep a Good Woman a Woman.  Journal of Lesbian Studies, 4(1): 61-80.
  • Valentine, G. (2000). "Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones": A Personal Geography of Harassment.  Journal of Lesbian Studies, 4(1): 81-112.
  • Macdowall, C. (2000). Road Trip Diary/Journal de Route: An Extra from the Installation.  Journal of Lesbian Studies, 4(1): 113-124.

本文

18世紀後半、ビクトリア女王:同性間の性的関係を違法化する際「レズビアンは存在しない」という理由から女性間のものは対象外にした(2)

1世紀後、イギリスのレズビアン活動家が「私たちはどこにでもいるwe are everywhere」というスローガンを掲げて街路を練り歩く
 
本特集の地理学的重要性:レズビアンの可視性がnowhereからeverywhereに変移する過程
 
地理学において80-90年代に、地理学的な欲望に関する新たな研究体系が生まれる
  • np000004
  • grant1998
初期の研究
  • mapping lesbian neighborhoods in the US(Weightman 1981)
  • locating esbian neighborhoods within inner-city Paris(Winchester & White 1988)
 
おそらく最も論争を呼んだ研究
  • Castells 1983「女性は男性同性愛者に比べて貧しく、仕事とそのロケーションに関してより少ない選択肢しか持たない」
 
この主張を打破するためレズビアン研究は北米、UKを中心に進んだ(3)
  • レズビアンも空間的な集中を作り出している。しかしquasi-undergroundな性質のためゲイより不可視化されている
  • レズビアンフィクション(e.g. 詩、映画)で農村ruralはしばしば理想的な環境であると想像される
  • 70年代 レズビアンフェミニスト異性愛が女性抑圧の根源、克服するには異性愛ー家父長制的な空間から距離を取る方法を取るべき。新たに女性中心の生活様式を創出する必要性が提起された
 
同時期に、日常の環境が一般的に異性愛空間を生産しているという認知が進む(4)
それらの空間における、性的に異なる人々sexual dessidentsのアイデンティティのパフォーマンスについて。cf:
  • Sally Munt (1995):異性愛化された(hetero)sexualized 都市
  • Johnson & Valentine (1995):ホームについて
  • np000303, Valentine (1996):職場について
 
レズビアンの地理学で研究をしていくこと・・・カミングアウトの壁にぶつかる
  • Grant (1998)「大きな皮肉ーー自覚的に地理学を身体に刻むごとに、奇妙な移動でクィア地理学から離れてしまう」
  • Louise Johnson (1994: 110)
 
Berrikk (1992):公私の場でのレズビアンに向かう暴力が広がる(5)

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