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Queer Theory and Criticism   Suggest a Link
Jon Adams (U. Montana), "Critiquing the Cartoon Caricature: Disney, Drag and the Proliferation and Commdification of Queer Negativity" (1995) (Queer Frontiers Conference, U. Southern California)
Jonathan Alexander (U. Southern Colorado), "Hypertext and Queer Theory" (1997) (Texas Tech U.)
Margot Backus, "How Teaching at a Catholic Liberal Arts College Turned Me Queer" (1997) (U. Houston)
Glenn Burger (U. Alberta), "Queer Performativity and the Natural in Chaucer's Physician's and Pardoner's Tales" (Martin Irvine and Deborah Everhart, Georgetown U.)
Robert L. A. Clark and Claire M. Sponsler, "Queer Play: The Cultural Work of Crossdressing in Medieval Drama" (1995)  (Martin Irvine and Deborah Everhart, Georgetown U.)
Luke David, "Sexuality in Chasing Amy" 
Bob Nowlan, "Marxist Theory of Homosexuality: Past, Present and Future" (1992) (The Alternative Orange, The Etext Archives)
Nancy Plooster (U. California, Santa Barbara), "Silent Partners: Lost Lovers in American Drama" (1995) (Queer Frontiers Conference, U. Southern California)
Queer Theory (lecture notes created for a course) (Mary Klages, U. Colorado, Boulder)
QueerTheory.com ("online resources integrated with...visual and textual resources in Queer Culture, Queer Theory, Queer Studies, Gender Studies and related fields")
Queer Theory -- LGBT Philosophy at Erratic Impact (Philosophy Research Base, Erratic Impact)
Stephen Shapiro (Yale U.), "Restless Beds: Charles Brockden Brown's Other United States" (1995) (Queer Frontiers Conference, U. Southern California)
Carol Siegel, "The Madness Outside Gender: Travels with Don Quixote and Saint Foucault" (2002) (Rhizomes)
Swirl: Queer Theory (Southern Oregon U.)
Theory.org.uk Resources: Queer Theory 
Adrian Wagner (Princeton U.), "About Face: Drag and Self in Andy Warhol's Portrait Prints" (1995) (Queer Frontiers Conference, U. Southern California)

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