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O Mundo Fora do Armário: Teoria Queer e Relações Internacionais

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15668/1807-8214/artemis.v17n1p41-50

http://periodicos.ufpb.br/ojs/index.php/artemis 

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Diego S. V. de Jesus1

 

Resumo: O objetivo é examinar as principais contribuições da teoria queer à área de Relações Internacionais. O argumento central aponta que a teoria queer permite observar que: 1) Estados e nações são construções históricas que regulam as atividades sexuais a fim de garantir a sua reprodução biológica e social; 2) a (in)visibilidade de certos corpos em estratégias de segurança é uma forma de violência discursiva que tem a função de reforçar as ortodoxias e as hierarquias de gênero, sexo e sexualidade; 3) a globalização permitiu o surgimento de “sexualidades fluidas” apolíticas, marcando a comoditização do corpo e da identidade no nível internacional e a domesticação da sexualidade sob a lógica do consumo; 4) a sexualidade está na interseção com a etnicidade e outras categorias, desempenhando um papel constitutivo de hierarquias nos processos de militarização, nacionalização e redefinição de identidades estatais no nível internacional.

Palavras-chave: teoria queer, relações internacionais, sexualidade, política internacional

 

Abstract: The aim is to examine the major contributions of queer theory to the discipline of International Relations. The central argument indicates that queer theory allows us to observe that 1) states and nations are historical constructions that regulate sexual activities in order to ensure their biological and social reproduction, 2) the (in) visibility of certain bodies on security strategies is a form of discursive violence that serves to strengthen the orthodoxies and hierarchies of gender, sex and sexuality, 3) globalization has allowed the emergence of apolitical “fluid sexualities” in the light of the commodification of the body and identity at the international level and the domestication of sexuality under the logic of consumption, 4) sexuality is at the intersection with ethnicity and other categories playing a constitutive role of hierarchies in the processes of militarization, nationalization and redefinition of state identities at the international level.

Key words: queer theory, international relations, sexuality, international politics

 

1 Professor do Instituto de Relações Internacionais da PUC-Rio (IRI / PUC-Rio) e da Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing do Rio de Janeiro (ESPM-RJ). E-mail: dsvj@puc-rio.br ; dvieira@espm.br

 

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