Nihil Futurum (Part 3)

Edelman and Power both exhibit a desire to ignore time. Both want to craft a society wherein those who do not reproduce are treated in every measure equal to those that do and both want “queer” individuals (marginalized persons) to find a space of renewal and inclusion within (or outside of) a broader societal context.… Continue reading Nihil Futurum (Part 3)

Nihil Futurum (Part 2)

Another critical theorist with a keen interest in the work of Edelman and the (non?)future of the progressive-feminist project is the social theorist and senior lecturer at Roehampton University, Nina Power. Power's paper, Motherhood in France: Towards A Queer Maternity?1 Tackles the question of 'queer motherhood' that is, critical questioning of the validity and importance… Continue reading Nihil Futurum (Part 2)