Through focusing on the sexual politics that have emerged out of post-apartheid South Africa, Spurlin investigates textual and cultural representations of same-sex desire outside of the Euroamerican axes of queer culture and politics, and considers the ways in which queer cultural productions in southern Africa do not merely intersect with western queer identity politics and cultural representations but also resist them. Imperialism Within the Margins therefore provides an engaged and much-needed critique of the long-present heterosexist biases of postcolonial studies and the western biases of academic queer theory.

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