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Queerness in the Middle East and
South Asia
Bibliografia orientativa e strumenti di ricerca nel web
a cura di
Jolanda Guardi
Dall’inizio degli anni ’90 a oggi, i riferimenti bibliografici per chi desidera occuparsi di studi queer in generale e nei paesi oggetto del presente numero sono
orami molto numerosi. In questa sede vengono segnalati solamente quelli considerati essenziali per una visione d’insieme.
Lo stesso a maggior ragione per quanto riguarda la filmografia e la sitografia; le
indicazioni sono di carattere orientativo per chi volesse cominciare un percorso di
ricerca in questo senso.
In lingue occidentali. Monografie
Afary, Janet. 2009. Sexual politics in Modern Iran. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press.
Aldrich, Robert. 2003. Colonialism and Homosexuality. London and New York:
Routledge.
Allen, Roger. Kilpatrick, Hilary & de Moor, Ed. eds. 1995. Love and Sexuality
in Modern Arabic Literature. London: Saqi Books.
Amer, Sahar. 2008. Crossing Borders. Love between Women in Medieval
French and Arabic Literature. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Armour, Ellen T.-St. Ville, Susan M. eds. 2006. Bodily Citations. Religion and
Judith Butler. New York: Columbia University Press.
Arondekar, Anjali. 2009. For the record: On Sexuality and the Colonial Archive in India. Durham: Duke University Press.
Babayan, Kathryn. & Najmabadi, Afsaneh. eds. 2008. Islamicate Sexualities.
Translations across Temporal Geographies of Desire. Cambridge: Harvard Middle
East Monographs.
Ballhatchet, Kenneth. 1980. Race, Sex and Class Under the Raj: Imperial Attitudes and Policies and their Critics, 1793-1905. New York: St. Martin’s. Press.
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Bareed Mista3jil. True Stories. 2009. Beirut: meem.
Blackwood, Evelyn, Abha Bhaiya, and Saskia Wieringa. 2009. Women’s Sexualities and Masculinities in a Globalizing Asia. New York: PalgraveMacmillan.
Bose, Brinda. ed. 2005. Translating Desire: The Politics of Gender and Culture
in India. New Delhi: Katha.
Bose, Brinda and Subhabrata, Bhattacharyya. Eds. 2006. The Phobic and the
Erotic: The Politics of Sexualities in Contemporary India. London: Seagull Books.
Butler, Judith. 1996. Corpi che contano. I limiti discorsivi del “sesso”. Milano:
Feltrinelli.
Chebel, Malik. 1995. Encyclopédie de l’Amour en Islam. Paris: Payot.
Dabaghi, Lara. Alena, Mack and Doris, Jaalouk. 2008. A Case Study of the First
Legal, Above-Ground LGBT Organization in the MENA Region. Beirut: Ministry
of Public Health.
Dave, Naisargi N. 2012. Queer Activism in India: A Story in the Anthropology
of Ethics. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Devi, Shakuntala. 1977. The World of Homosexuals. New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House.
Al Farchichi, Wahid. & Saghiyeh, Nizar. 2009. Homosexual Relations in the
Penal Codes: General Study Regarding the Laws in the Arab Countries with a Report on Lebanon and Tunisia. Beirut: Helem.
Fernandez, Bina. ed. 2002. Humjinsi: A Resource Book on Lesbian, Gay and
Bisexual Rights in India. Bombay: India Center for Human Rights and Law.
Floor, Willem. 2008. A Social History of Sexual Relations in Iran. Washington:
Mage.
Gautam, Bhan and Arvind, Narrain. ed. 2005. Because I have a Voice: Queer
Politics in India, New Delhi: Yoda Press.
Ghoussoub, Mai. & Sincalir-Webb, Emma. eds. 2006 Imagined Masculinities.
Male Identity and Culture in the Modern Middle East. London: Saqi Books.
Gopinath, Gayatri. 2005. Impossible Desires: Queer Diasporas and South Asian
Public Cultures. Durham: Duke University Press.
Guardi, Jolanda e Vanzan, Anna. 2012. Che genere di islam. Omosessuali,
queer e transessuali tra shari‘a e nuove interpretazioni. Roma: Ediesse.
Habib, Sahar. 2007. Female Homosexuality in the Middle East. New York and
London: Routledge.
Habib, Sahar. 2009. Arabo-Islamic Texts on Female Homosexuality 850-1780 a.
d. Youngstown New York: Teneo Press.
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Haeri, Shahla. 1989. Law of Desire. Temporary Marriage in Shi'i Iran. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.
Jackson, Peter A. and Gerard Sullivan. eds. 2000. Gay and Lesbian Asia: Culture, Identity, Community. New York: Harrington Park Press.
Jaffrey, Zia. 1996. The Invisibles: A Tale of the Eunuchs of India. New York:
Pantheon.
Kala, Arvind. 1992. Invisible Minority: The Unknown World of the Indian Homosexual. New Delhi: Dynamic Books.
Kugle, Scott S. A. 2010. Homosexuality in Islam. A critical reflection on gay,
lesbian, and transgender Muslims. Oxford: Oneworld.
Less than Gay: A Citizens’ Report on the Status of Homosexuality in India.
1991. New Delhi: AIDS Bhedbhav Virodhi Andolan.
Marmon, Shaun Elizabeth. 1995. Eunuchs & Sacred Boundaries in Islamic Society. New York Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Massad, Joseph A. 2007. Desiring Arabs. Chicago: The University of Chicago
Press.
Mathee, Rudi. 2005. The Pursuit of Pleasure. Drugs and Stimulants in Iranian
History, 1500-1900. Washington: Mage.
Merchant, Hoshang. 1999. Yaarana: Gay Writing from India. New Delhi: Penguin India.
Misra, Geetanjali and Radhika Chandiramani. 2005. Sexuality, Gender and
Rights: Exploring Theory and Practice in South and Southeast Asia. New Delhi:
Sage Publications.
Murray, Sthephen O. & Roscoe, Will. 1997. Islamic Homosexualities. Culture,
History and Literature. New York and London: New York University Press.
Najmabadi, Afsaneh. 2005. Women with Mustaches and Men without Beards:
Gender and Sexual Anxieties of Iranian Modernity. Berkley and Los Angeles: California University Press.
Nanda, Serena. 1990. Neither Man Nor Woman: The Hijras of India. Belmont,
CA: Wadsworth.
Narrain, Arvind and Alok, Gupta. eds. 2011. Law Like Love: Queer Perspectives on the Law. New Delhi Yoda Press.
Narrain, Arvind. 2004. Queer: Despised Sexuality, Law and Legal Change.
Bangalore: Books for Change.
Narrain, Arvind with Gautam, Bhan. 2006. Because I Have a Voice: Queer Politics in India. New Delhi: Yoda Press.
Ouzgane, Lahoucine. 2006. Islamic Masculinities. London New York: Zed
Books.
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Pattanaik, Devdutt. 2002. The Man Who Was a Woman and Other Queer Tales
from Hindu Lore. New York: Harrington Park Press.
Puri, Jyoti. 1999. Woman Body Desire: Narratives on Gender and Sexuality in
Post-colonial India. New York: Routledge.
Rao, R. Raj and Dibyajioty, Sarma. eds. 2009. Whistling in the dark: twenty-one
queer interviews. New Delhi: Sage.
Ratti, Rakesh. ed. 1993. A Lotus of Another Color: An Unfolding of the South
Asian Gay and Lesbian Experience. Boston: Alyson Publications.
Reddy, Gayatri. 2005. With Respect to Sex: Negotiating Hijra Identity in South
India. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
El-Rouayheb, Khaled. 2005. Before Homosexuality in the Arab-Islamic World,
1500-1800. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press.
Safi, Omid. ed. 2003. Progressive Muslims. On Justice, Gender and Pluralism.
Oxford: Oneworld.
Schmitt, Arno.-Sofer, Jehoeda. 1992. Sexuality and Erotism among Males in
Moslem Societies, London: Harrington Park Press.
Schmitt, Arno-Soefer Jehoeda. 1995. Bio-biliography of Male-male Sexuality
and Eroticism in Muslim Societies. Berlin: Rosa Winkel Verlag.
Seabrook, Jeremy. 1999. Love in a Different Climate: Men Who Have Sex With
Men in India. New York, London: Verso.
Shahani, Parmesh. 2008. Gay Bombay: Globalization, Love and (Be)longing in
Contemporary India. Delhi: SAGE Publications.
Sharma, Maya. 2006. Loving Women: Being Lesbian in Unprivileged India.
New Delhi: Yoda Press.
Sinha, Mrinalini. 1995. Colonial Masculinity: The ‘Manly Englishman’ and the
‘Effeminate Bengali’ in the Late Nineteenth Century. Manchester: Manchester
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Srivastava, Sanjay. 2004. Sexual sites, seminal attitudes : sexualities, masculinities, and culture in South Asia. New Delhi: Thousand Oaks.
Sukthankar, Ashwini. ed. 1999. Facing the Mirror: Lesbian Writing in India.
New Delhi: Penguin.
Sullivan, G. and P. Jackson. 2001. Gay and Lesbian Asia: Culture, Identity,
Community. New York: Routledge.
Thadani, Giti. 1996. Sakhiyani: Lesbian Desire in Ancient and Modern India.
London-New York: Cassell.
Tolino, Serena. 2009. L’omosessualità nei paesi arabo-islamici. Bella (PZ): Arduino Sacco Editore.
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Vanita, Ruth. 2005. Gandhi’s Tiger and Sita’s Smile: Essays on Gender, Sexuality and Culture. New Delhi: Yoda Press.
Vanita, Ruth. 2009. Chocolate and Other Writings on Male Homoeroticism.
Durham: Duke University Press.
Vanita, Ruth. ed. 2002. Queering India: Same-sex Love and Eroticism in Indian
Culture and Society. London New York: Routledge.
Vanita, Ruth and Kidwai Saleem. 2000. Same Sex Love in India: Readings from
Literature and History. New Delhi: Macmillan.
Walker King, D. ed. 2000. Body Politics and the Fictional Double. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.
Whitaker, Brian. 2006. Unspeakable Love. Gay and lesbian life in the Middle
East. London: aqi Books.
Wright, J. W. Jr. & Rowson, Everett. K. eds. 1997. Homoeroticism in Classical
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Bacchetta, Paola. 1999. “When the (Hindu) Nation Exiles Its Queers”. Social
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Bacchetta, Paola. 2002. “Rescaling Transnational “Queerdom”: Lesbian and
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Cheikh Moussa, A. 1982. “Ğāḥiẓ et les eunuques ou la confusion du même et de
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Habib, Sahar 2008. “Queer-Friendly Islamic Hermeneutics”. ISIM Newsletter,
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Makhlouf Obermeyer, Carla. 2000. “Sexuality in Morocco: Changing Context
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OnIslam. 2004b. Can’t help myself, but I am attracted to males. Accessed
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People’s Union for Civil Liberties—Karnataka. 2003. Human Rights Violations
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al-Qaraḍāwī, Yūsuf. Fasād al-muğtama‘. Accessed March 2013.
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Sitografia
http://www.calem.eu/publications.html
Confederazione di associazioni LGBTQ europee e musulmane.
http://equalindiaalliance.wix.com/home
Equal India Alliance
http://www.galva108.org/
Galva -108: gay & lesbian vaishnava association
http://ganjoor.net/ (Sito di letteratura persiana classica in versione originale).
http://www.gaylaxymag.com/
Gaylaxy
http://www.gaylaxymag.com/hindi/
Gaylaxy hindi
http://gaysifamily.com/
Gaysi
http://www.glas.org/
Organizzazione di sostegno a LGBTQ arabi con sede principale negli
Stati Uniti.
http://www.humsafar.org
The Humsafar Trust
http://www.ilgrandecolibri.com/p/moi-musulmani-omosessuali-initalia.html
Sito del MOI, Musulmani Omosessuali Italiani.
http://www.imaan.org.uk/
Sito di supporto alla comunità LGBTQ in Gran Bretagna.
www.irqr.net
Sito dell’organizzazione canadese Iranian Network for Queer Refugees,
che si occupa di LGBTQ iraniani.
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http://majalehmaha.wordpress.com/
Sito della rivista LGBTQ Māhā.
http://nigahdelhi.blogspot.it/
Nigah Queering Perspectives
http://pink-pages.co.in/
Pink Pages India's National Gay & Lesbian magazine!
http://queer-ink.com
Queer Ink publishing
http://queermuslimrevolution.blogspot.it/
Sito di informazione su LGBTQ musulmani nel mondo.
http://queerazaadi.wordpress.com/
Queer Azadi
http://sangama.org/files/sexualminorities.pdf
Sangama
http://www.samabhavanasociety.org/education.html
Samabhavana Society
http://www.sanginii.org/sangini.htm
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Samlaiṃgik-sambandhī jānkārī
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