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Sara Ahmed, Queer Phenomenology: Objects, Orientations, Others (2006)
Pithy one sentence summary:
Orientations are organized, not casual, shaping what becomes socially as well as bodily, affecting and directing how we inhabit the world, and allowing whites and heterosexuals to “fit” into spaces and use objects already oriented toward them.
Pithy one sentence critique of my reading habits:
This was a review for me since I read this book last summer, but damn if I don’t love me some Sara Ahmed.