Essays about: "queer migration"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 14 essays containing the words queer migration.

  1. 1. President of Crimea. Constitution : Author(s) Autonomous Republic of Xena-Maria

    University essay from Konstfack/Institutionen för Konst (K)

    Author : Mariia Kulykivska; [2020]
    Keywords : Maria Kulikovska; art in exile; exile; displacement; body; borders; art and borders; migration; sculpture; performative sculpture; performance; action; live performance; objects; art of Eastern Europe; architecture; feminism; crimean artist; ukrainian artist; swedish immigrant artist; political art; installation; manifestation; Louise Bourgeois; Joseph Beuys; degenerative artists; forbidden artists; female artist; Mariia Kulikovskaya; queer art; alien art; productive alienation; Masha Kulikovska; Masha Kulikovskaya; Мария Куликовская; Маша Куликовская; Марія Куликівська; Марія Куліковська; художник в изгнании; искусство в изгнании; искусство в иммиграции; восточно европейское искусство; запрещенное искусство; запрещенные художники; дегенеративное искусство; крымская художница; украинская художница; художница-переселенка; шведские художники-иммигранты; тело; границы; феминизм в искусстве; квир художник;

    Abstract : In this essay, two voices are heared, from two women: a certain artist Xena, who talks about her life and its dramas, interwoven with her own experiences from her diaries; and the voice of Maria, who analyzes Xena's life story and her art, diffracted through the prim of the history of 21stC art.  Art the outset, "President of Crimea. READ MORE

  2. 2. Are We Home Yet? : An Exploration of Queer Narratives of Forced Salvadoran Migrants

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Tema Genus

    Author : Céline Nullens; [2020]
    Keywords : queer asylum; LGBTQ* migrants; asylum seekers; refugees; forced migration; El Salvador; Belgium;

    Abstract : This thesis explores how LGBTQ*-Salvadoran applicants for international protection experience the influence of their own sexual orientation and gender identities in relation to the underlying motives behind their migration. In addition, it intends to draw some conclusions from the respondents' statements, gained insights from observations and what was found in literature. READ MORE

  3. 3. Queer Central American Migrants Imagining Livable Lives : a study on how vulnerability of LGBTQ migrants is (re)produced during migration in Mexico and the role of religious shelters

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : Isadora Bennet; [2020]
    Keywords : Migration; Mexico; LGBTQ; Queer; Livable Lives; Borders and Boundaries; Violence; Central America; Vulnerability; Human Mobility; Asylum;

    Abstract : The migration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans- and queer (LGBTQ) people from Central America to or through Mexico has increased in recent years. People are leaving spaces of violence and exclusion related to their sexual and/or gender identity and search conditions for a livable life. READ MORE

  4. 4. Aligning Fortress Europe with the Rainbow? The Securitization of Migration and LGBTI Asylum Seekers in the European Union.

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Celia Keller Martínez; [2019-09-17]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : The increase of migration into the European Union, which peaked during the 2015humanitarian crisis of refugees, has raised concerns about security within nationalist politicaldiscourse across the EU. European right-wing populist discourse revolves around a perceivedthreat to national and European culture and identity, pushing adamantly for restrictions inmigration policy, and black-marking asylum seekers as hostile actors. READ MORE

  5. 5. The influence of Sweden’s place image on the decision-making process of queer migrants

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Thomas Kuijpers; [2019]
    Keywords : Migration; migration decision-making; place image; queer geography; queer migration; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : The queer experience has only become relatively recently a topic of study within migration scholarship. Despite it being seen as a ‘special interest’ field, a lot can be learned about processes of migration decision-making overall, by applying queer theory to it. READ MORE