Will Clark

Will Clark is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English and American Studies at William & Mary. His research examines how the literary representation of citizenship and sexuality at the end of the 19th century shapes the evolution of queer rights until the present. His interests include queer theory, the US novel, and US legal and political history.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Queer Desires, Queer Disagreements

Will Clark explores “The Ethics of Opting Out” as an introduction to key debates in contemporary queer theory and a path to a more engaged queer politics....


Love’s Inequality

The logic of marriage equality carries with it a damaged history of racial and sexual exclusion that the marriage movement ignores at its peril....

Love’s Inequality
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