Queer cultural movements and local counterpublics of sexuality: a case of Seoul Queer Films and Videos Festival 1

@article{Kim2007QueerCM,
  title={Queer cultural movements and local counterpublics of sexuality: a case of Seoul Queer Films and Videos Festival 1},
  author={Jeongmin Kim and Sunghee Hong},
  journal={Inter-Asia Cultural Studies},
  year={2007},
  volume={8},
  pages={617 - 633}
}
Abstract This study is an attempt to examine the ways in which popular culture can restructure the relationship between sexuality and power, through the case of Seoul Queer Films and Videos Festival, a cultural arena of newly emerged queer discourses in Korean society. In the past 10 years, queer discourses in Korea have undergone a rapid change. With heterosexual normativity being challenged and ‘queer’ being consumed as a cultural code, Korean spectators come to engage with a queer film… 

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