Questioning Diversity: Sexual Politics, Identity and Liberal Individuals

By Leticia Sabsay · 1 February 2013

This essay by Leticia Sabsay analyses the limits that the liberal imaginary of the subject impose on current reconfigurations of citizenship and democracy when they are defined in sexual terms.

Sabsay, L. (2013). Questioning Diversity: Sexual Politics, Identity and Liberal Individuals. In E. de Gregorio-Godeo & Á. Mateos-Aparicio Martín-Albo (Eds), Culture and Power: Identity and Identification. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 17-34.

About the author

  • Leticia Sabsay

    Research Associate
    Leticia Sabsay
    The Open University
    Before joining the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Open University, I was a post-doctoral fellow at the Freie Universität, Berlin. I completed my PhD at the University of Valencia in 2009 and... Read more

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