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Queering transformation in higher education

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Transformation in higher education has tended to focus on race and sex, at the expense of other forms of discrimination. This article addresses the silencing of 'queer' issues in higher education. Using queer theory as a framework, and drawing on current literature, popular media reports, two personal critical incidents and a project addressing homophobia in educational institutions, I explore the concerning nature and pervasiveness of homophobia in South African higher education institutions and argue for the adoption of a queer approach towards transformation. Such an approach prioritises the intersectionality and multiplicity of social identities and foregrounds queer issues in South African higher education institutions, including the challenging of homophobia and its manifestations.
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Keywords: Higher education; Homophobia; Intersectionality; Queer theory; Transformation

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2013

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