Queer Bricolage


  • Martin Zebracki School of Geography, University of Leeds


Critical Geographical Queer Semiotic

Author Biography

Martin Zebracki, School of Geography, University of Leeds

Dr Martin Zebracki is a cultural geographer in the Citizenship and Belonging Research Group in the School of Geography at the University of Leeds. With a human geography and art history background, he employs discursive, observational, participatory and multi-media methodologies to examine his intersecting core ethnographic interests in public art, social engagement and inclusiveness, queer citizenship and gender and sexual diversity within everyday in-vivo contexts of Western city spaces. Zebracki's recent area of concern is the emerging relevance of virtually mediated environments for multiscalar embodiment, public creative engagement and sexual identity performance.




How to Cite

Zebracki, M. (2017). Queer Bricolage. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, 16(3), 605–606. Retrieved from https://acme-journal.org/index.php/acme/article/view/1635



Themed Section - Critical Geographical Queer Semiotics (Guest Eds. M. Zebracki and T. Milani)