Queer Melayu: queer sexualities and the politics of Malay identity and nationalism in contemporary Malaysian literature and culture
Subject: HQ0075 | PL3512 | DS591
This thesis examines Malay identity construction by focusing on the complex processes of self-identification among queer-identified Malays living in Malaysia and beyond. By analysing representations of queer Malays in the works of contemporary Malaysian Malay writers, s... View more
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