Book review: Queer Stories of Europe

Queer Stories of Europe, edited by Kārlis Vērdiņš and Jānis Ozoliņš and published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing in 2016, has been reviewed by Uku Lember of Tallinn University, Estonia, in the Journal of Baltic Studies.

The full review requires subscription (click here), but here is an excerpt from the first paragraph:

“This is a great survey of the variety of approaches to queer culture and history
with an emphasis on literary texts from Central and Eastern Europe. Four of the
volume’s chapters are on Western Europe, four on Central and Eastern Europe,
and six on the Baltic (mostly Latvian) context and transnational connections. The
book has two parts: the first six chapters are devoted to queer literature in a
contemporary context and the last eight chapters are on literary culture in history.
The volume is the outcome of the international conference ‘Queer Narratives in
European Cultures’ that was organized in Riga in 2015 by the volume editors,
Kārlis Vērdiņš and Jānis Ozoliņš.”


To purchase the book directly from Cambridge Scholars, please click here.

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