Disrupting Queer Inclusion: Canadian Homonationalisms and the Politics of Belonging
Canada likes to present itself as a paragon of gay rights. This book contends that Canada’s acceptance of gay rights, while being beneficial to some, obscures and abets multiple forms of oppression to the detriment and exclusion of some queer and trans bodies.
OmiSoore Dryden is an Associate Professor in Dalhousie University’s Department of Community Health and Epidemiology and the James R. Johnston (JRJ) Chair in Black Canadian Studies. Her research includes Black health equity, blood donation systems, medical education and health humanities, anti-Black racism and health outcomes, HIV & AIDS, and Black feminist/Black queer diasporic analytics.
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