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José Esteban Muñoz

Researcher at New York University

Publications -  50
Citations -  5588

José Esteban Muñoz is an academic researcher from New York University. The author has contributed to research in topics: Queer & Utopia. The author has an hindex of 19, co-authored 49 publications receiving 4879 citations. Previous affiliations of José Esteban Muñoz include Tisch School of the Arts.

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Cruising Utopia: The Then and There of Queer Futurity

TL;DR: The Utopian Hermeneutics in the Face of Gay Pragmatism as mentioned in this paper has been studied in the context of queerness as Horizon, a vision of the future in which the future is in the present.
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Disidentifications: Queers Of Color And The Performance Of Politics

TL;DR: The authors examines the process of identification in the work of filmmakers, performance artists, ethnographers, Cuban choteo, forms of gay male mass culture (such as pornography), museums, art photography, camp and drag, and television, pointing to the intersecting and short-circuiting of identities and desires that result from misalignments with the cultural and ideological mainstream in contemporary urban America.
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Ephemera as Evidence: Introductory Notes to Queer Acts

TL;DR: In this article, Ephemera as Evidence: Introductory Notes to Queer Acts is presented. But it does not address the question of how to use ephemera in the context of queer acts.
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Feeling Brown, Feeling Down: Latina Affect, the Performativity of Race, and the Depressive Position

TL;DR: In this article, the art project at the center of this essay considers how depression itself is formed and organized around various historical and material contingencies that include race, gender, and sex.
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Feeling Brown: Ethnicity and Affect in Ricardo Bracho's The Sweetest Hangover (and Other STDs)

TL;DR: The theoretical incoherence of the identity demarcation "Latino" is linked to the term's failure to actualize embodied politics which contest the various antagonisms within the social that challenge Latino/a citizen-subjects.