S&F Online: “Becoming Visible, Becoming Political”

Becoming Visible, Becoming Political: Faith and Queer Activism in South Korea” has been published in Scholar & Feminist Online 14.2, published by The Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW). It draws from the research I began in 2013 on urban aspirations and politics of religion, and it is part of my second book manuscript on queer geopolitics in South Korea and the Korean diaspora. Some of the article’s political discussion has already become outdated, as former President Park Geun-hye has been impeached and removed from office, but there’s plenty here that would be of interest to any critical observers of religion, sexuality, and political activism.