Queering Anti-Zionism: LGBT and the BDS Movement

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Corinne E. Blackmer is a Professor of English and Judaic Studies at Southern Connecticut State University. She is the author of numerous books and articles on everything from opera and modern Israeli literature to modernism and Jewish women’s poetry, fiction, and graphic novels. She has currently finished two volumes: Queering Anti-Zionism: LGBTQ Intellectuals, Israel/Palestine Campus Activism, and Academic Freedom (University of Wisconsin, forthcoming) and Poisoning the Wells: Antisemitism in Contemporary America (ISGAP, forthcoming).

Queering Anti-Zionism: LGBT and the BDS Movement

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