Raquel Moreira Article Published in Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture

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February 13, 2020

Graceland University Associate Professor of Communication Raquel Moreira, PhD

 Graceland University Associate Professor of Communication Raquel Moreira, PhD, wrote an article titled “Bicha travesti Worldmaking: Linn da Quebrada’s Disidentificatory Performances of Intersectional Queerness,” which was published in the peer-reviewed journal Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture, Volume 4, Number 3. Moreira’s article uses embodied translation to analyze the artistic performances of black, queer artist Linn da Quebrada. Moreira argues that Linn da Quebrada’s disidentificatory performances concomitantly suggest a mode of survival and a vehicle for structural change, both of which deserve close consideration from scholars interested in queer transnational contexts.

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