18-2023

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The Multilingual Issue: Untranslatability, linguistic multitudes, embodied speech 
Antke A. Engel and Anna T.
[EN] [PL] [ES]

How to Say ‘Bussy’ in Another Language? Sociolingvistička rasprava i lični osvrt 
Denis Ferhatović

В этом смысле да [V etom smysle da]
An Intersectional Play

Ju Bavyka and Masha Beketova

Brücken schlagen:
Queering durch Multilingualität, Ambiguität und Widersprüche.

Über die Übersetzung von Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza //
Multilinguality, Ambiguity, Contradictions as Means of Queering. About Translating Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza into German

Chaka Collective (Claudia Frikh-Khar, Nina Höchtl, Verena Melgarejo Weinandt)

To talk as if they had a manifesto in their mouth
(video)

Pêdra Costa

“We Deh”: Women-Loving Women, Rurality, and Creole Linguistic Potentials
Preity Kumar

Protocolos de uma ideia. Protokolle einer Idee
Rubia Salgado

The Carving & Healing of a Wound: Linguistic homelessness and disidentification as survival
Daniela Rodriguez A.

fucking with grammar
Mariana Aboim

Talking to You
(video)
Ančan Daučíková

Sprachwandel in Tauben Queeren Communities in Deutschland //
Language Change in Deaf Queer Communities in Germany
(including sign language videos)

Martin*a Vahemäe-Zierold and Maria Kopf

Leo cie lo … A Series of Artefacts from the Near Future
ONCE WE WERE ISLANDS

 

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Abstracts in Polish

 

Parts of this issue were financially supported by the Hannchen-Mehrzweck Foundation, by Aktion Mensch, and by the iQt-Institute for Queer Theory, Berlin.

Logo of Hannchen-Mehrzweck Foundation, Germany. White fornt "hms" on pink paint stripes   Logo of the accessibility funding institution Aktion Mensch. Red letters in white ground    Logo Institute for Queer Theory - iQt Berlin. Red and olive green letters: queer


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Created: Jan 9, 2023
Last modified: Jan 21, 2023 (full texts added, order of articles rearranged))