Mèo Mun
Queerphobia in Vietnam Is queerphobia in Vietnam a mere product of colonialism, and does it matter? [en]

There is a tendency in some post-colonial societies to blame all social ailments, such as queerphobia, sexism, and misogyny, on colonialism and Western imperialism. Whilst the evils and destructiveness of colonialism are indubitably pervasive, such reductive thinking is overly simplistic, and can be detrimental to marginalised groups in post-colonial societies.

Apr 27, 2021 Read the whole text... 6 pp.

Sketches of an Archipelagic Poetics of Postcolonial Belonging [en]

The task of an archipelagic poetics in the current context would be to foment new, multivalent, archipelagic forms of identity and community, in ways which refuse and overspill the boundaries and terms of compartmentalised island space. Not only would it seek to spark new forms of sociality and ways of being in the world, but would also attempt to make explicit that which is already implicit.

Dec 30, 2020 Read the whole text... 13 pp.