Queerly Fundamental: Christian Fundamentalism, Southern Queerness, and Curriculum Studies
Queer Southernness is an aspect of being and feeling Southern engulfed in conventional heteronormative notions of Southern identity. Compounding fundamentalist Christianity with an already anomalous, queer Southerness reveals a complexity of being-in-place from which to question dominant, constricting conventions. This article examines the normalization of straightness, through doctrine and practice, within fundamentalist Protestantism.
Whitlock, R. (2006). Queerly fundamental: Christian fundamentalism, southern queerness, and curriculum studies. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 3(1), 165-186. doi:10.1080/15505170.2006.10411588