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Grauzonen. Pädagogik als Queer-Wissenschaft

Kenklies, Karsten (2016) Grauzonen. Pädagogik als Queer-Wissenschaft. In: Queer Pädagogik. Klinkhardt, Bad Heilbrunn, pp. 203-220. ISBN 9783781521377

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What is a queer science? At least two meanings would probably appear under this heading: on the one hand, a queer science would be one that would make Queer the subject. This could be done in a very general way - by dealing with Queer in a scientific way, ie, on the basis of a specifically Western methodology and interpretation of the world - or, more specifically, by analyzing them already on the basis of a specific science, such as pedagogy And their instruments. On the other hand, a queer science, however, would also be those whose methodology and instrumentarium itself has already been traversed by Queer, that is to say, is certainly quarreled, irrespective of the subject to which this science is now devoted in general or particular.