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    Queering the form: zine making as disruptive practice

    Damon, Lisa, Kiconco, GLoria, Atukunda, Charity and Pahl, Kate ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8840-1121 (2022) Queering the form: zine making as disruptive practice. Cultural Studies: Critical Methodologies, 22 (4). pp. 407-419. ISSN 1532-7086

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    This article is an exploration of the zine as a form of practice that is radical and disruptive. It takes the form of six sections, and has its own zine structure. It describes a zine workshop held in Kampala, Uganda, during lockdown, and constitutes a record of that event. The authors argue that zine-making is itself a form that can offer a queering of the status quo, and can make authors of us all. It invites the reader into the space of the zine as a form that is both materially grounded and epistemologically challenging.

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