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European Others examines the position of racialized communities in the European Union, arguing that the tension between a growing nonwhite, non-Christian population and essentialist definitions of Europeanness produces new forms of identity and activism. European Others is a ground-breaking study, a theoretical adventure, and a major contribution to the literature on European racisms, queer diaspora, immigration, queer subcultures, and queer of color critique.

No other scholar, to put it plainly, has worked on these materials in this way; no other scholar has managed to launch the critique of European nationalisms from the vantage point of queer of color subcultural groups; and no other scholar has been able to weave together the strands of sexuality, gender, race, and resistance in such a daring and compelling way.

European Others offers an interrogation into the position of racialized communities in the European Union, arguing that the tension between a growing nonwhite, non-Christian population and insistent essentialist definitions of Europeanness produces new forms of identity and activism. Moving beyond disciplinary and national limits, Fatima El-Tayeb explores structures of resistance, tracing a Europeanization from below in which migrant and minority communities challenge the ideology of racelessness that places them firmly outside the community of citizens.

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Using a notable variety of sources, from drag performances to feminist Muslim activism and Euro hip-hop, El-Tayeb draws on the largely ignored archive of vernacular culture central to resistance by minority youths to the exclusionary nationalism that casts them as threatening outcasts. European Others is lively in style, elegantly balanced between a tangibly embodied authorial voice and a capacious theoretical project, and very well edited for clarity, cohesion, and precision Drawing on theorizations of resistance in queer-of-colour critique, European Others offers an innovative interdisciplinary analysis of practices that transform the tension of living in impossibility into creative articulations of new minoritarian identities.

By arguing for the value of conceptualizing a transnational European discourse on race, El-Tayeb lays the groundwork for further studies of transnational minority countercultures in Europe.

European Others: Queering Ethnicity in Postnational Europe

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