Tag Archives: Julian C. H. Lee

Close Encounters of the Authentic Kind: Exploring Love, Sex and Intimacy among Gay-Identifying Malaysian Men

Goh, J. N. (2016). Close encounters of the authentic kind: Exploring the meaning-making of love, sex and intimacy among gay-identifying Malaysian men. In J. C. H. Lee & M. Ferrarese (Eds.), Punks, monks and politics: Authenticity in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia (pp. 47–64). London: Rowman & Littlefield International. Abstract This chapter focuses on personal realities that speak to notions of authenticity among gay-identifying Malaysian men in their meaning-making of love, sex and intimacy. I aim towards an appraisal of the life experiences and circumstances of Read More +
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Identity Formations in Contemporary Malaysia: Traversing and Transcending Ethnicity

Marco Ferrarese, Joseph N. Goh, Julian C. H. Lee and Caryn Lim. “Identity Formations in Contemporary Malaysia: Traversing and Transcending Ethnicity.” In Malaysia Post-Mahathir: A Decade of Change?, edited by James Chin and Joern Dosch, 41-69. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish, 2015.   “… ethnicity as a point of primary identity construction is being traversed and transcended … as the authors demonstrate, at the wider socio-political level members of civil society movements, such as Bersih and Seksualiti Merdeka, have deliberately sought to either explore non-ethnic identities or Read More +
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Preach to the Converted – With Julian C. H. Lee

Lee, Julian C. H. with Joseph N. Goh. “Preach to the Converted.” In Second Thoughts: On Malaysia, Globalisation, Society and Self, authored and edited by Julian C. H. Lee, 179-181. Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre, 2015. “You don’t need to go to many activist events before you encounter someone who, upon looking around and seeing familiar faces, expresses the regret that the hosts of the event are ‘preaching to the converted.’”            
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