Queer(ing) Psychology

You’re in a coffee shop. It’s calm and sunny. You grab a muffin and a cup of something hot. Gentle music barely registers over the sea of chatter — masks & COVID restrictions? You must have had a weird dream last night. You shake your head to rid yourself of that silly thought, and sit down in the free seat by the window.

A cluster of people nearby are having an animated conversation. They’re talking about queer theory… or about gay psychologists? Both? Neither? You overhear phrases like “hegemonic,” “disrupting the status quo,” and “queering.”

You want to know more, so you lean in.


Curated by Zoë Martin, 2022.

Citation: Martin, Z. (2022). Queer(ing) Psychology. Psychology's Feminist Voices digital exhibit.