Jules Joanne Gleeson
Jules Joanne Gleeson is an academic worker, comparative gender historian, queer phenomenologist, Hegelian Marxist, comedian, and Londoner. She's currently based in Vienna, and researching the normative exclusion of eunuchs from early Mount Athos. She enjoys long walks and late '90s R&B.
Articles by Jules Joanne Gleeson:
Sophie Lewis's uterine politics, gestators of the world, social reproduction theory in a nutshell, eugenic organs and anti-natal natalists, trans men's uteruses, trans girl "eggs" and the hens who hatch them, and at last the question: is queer survival possible without queer reproduction?