Clara Bradbury-Rance works in the Department of Liberal Arts at King’s College London, where she specialises in queer and feminist theory, film and digital culture. Her first monograph, Lesbian Cinema after Queer Theory, was published in March this year with Edinburgh University Press. Clara’s book explores how the unprecedented increase in lesbian representation over the past two decades has coincided with queer theory’s transformation of the study of sexuality. The book argues that this paradoxical context has yielded new kinds of cinematic language and radically altered desire’s visual form.
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