Love, Sex, Communism: A Discussion

  • Jules Joanne Gleeson University of Vienna
  • Jose Rosales Stony Brook University
  • Andrew Culp California Institute of the Arts
Keywords: love, sex, queer theory, sexuality, communism, continental philosophy

Abstract

Author(s): Jules Joanne Gleeson, Jose Rosales and Andrew Culp

Title (English): Love, Sex, Communism: A Discussion

Journal Reference: Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture, Vol. 15, No. 1-2 (Summer 2018)

Publisher: Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities – Skopje 

Page Range: 56-92

Page Count: 37

Citation (English): Jules Joanne Gleeson, Jose Rosales and Andrew Culp, “Love, Sex, Communism: A Discussion,” Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture, Vol. 15, No. 1-2 (Summer 2018): 56-92.

Author Biographies

Jules Joanne Gleeson, University of Vienna

Jules Joanne Gleeson is a researcher based at the University of Vienna. Her work focuses on the comparative history of both pre-modern and contemporary gender relations. Recently published work includes a genealogy of gender abolitionary politics for Blind Field: A Journal of Cultural Inquiry, two pieces on right-wing internet culture for The New Socialist, and a queer materialist reading of the “transgender moment” for Viewpoint Magazine. She is currently completing a thesis on the exclusion of the female and effeminate from Byzantine Mount Athos.

Jose Rosales, Stony Brook University

Jose Rosales is a Doctoral Candidate in Philosophy at Stony Brook University. His dissertation is a partisan reading of Deleuze and Guattari’s political philosophy where he argues that any so-called “Deleuzoguattarian” politics is fundamentally grounded on their commitment to an anti-state, revolutionary vision of communism. His other writings include “Of Surrealism and Marxism” in Blind Field: A Journal of Cultural Inquiry, “Die Schwarze Block Nicht War” in Riot - Was War Da Los In Hamburg? (Laika/NON.Derivate, 2018), and “Relearning to Hate the World - Dark Deleuze Book Review,” Deleuze and Guattari Studies, Vol. 12, No. 3 (2018).

Andrew Culp, California Institute of the Arts

Andrew Culp (PhD, The Ohio State University) teaches in the MA Program in Aesthetics and Politics at the California Institute of the Arts. His first book, Dark Deleuze (University of Minnesota Press, 2016), recovers the hidden negativity of the thinker Gilles Deleuze to challenge today’s world of compulsory happiness, decentralized control, and overexposure, and it has been translated into numerous languages.

Published
2018-06-01
How to Cite
Gleeson, J., Rosales, J., & Culp, A. (2018). Love, Sex, Communism: A Discussion. Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture, 15(1-2), 56-92. Retrieved from http://www.identitiesjournal.edu.mk/index.php/IJPGC/article/view/333