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A critical exploration of cross-dressing and drag in gender performance and camp in contemporary North American drama and film [1999]

My thesis provides a detailed examination and  'history' of performative gender. I envision a non-binary identity, now so prevalent in our culture.

This work will be of interest to professional academics and students studying drama, film, television, cultural studies, communications, popular culture, sociology, psychology, gender, sexuality, identity, queer theory, feminism, camp, cross-dressing and drag. People who perform drag will also be interested.

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