Queer: A Graphic History by Meg-John Barker and Julia Scheele, Icon Books, 2016.

Are you a sociology or philosophy student struggling to understand queer thought?

An activist who would love to explore the history of LGBTQ+ action but don’t feel like reading large academic volumes?

Have you ever wondered why feminists engage with notion of race and class?

Are you trying to get people around you to understand basic concepts around gender so that they stop misgendering you, thinking it’s no big deal?

Then this is the book for you – and for them!


Extremely well-researched, rich and precise, this graphic history will have you regret you didn’t read it earlier.

Whether you want key ideas introduced or are already an expert in the field and would like a different, fun approach, we have no doubt you’ll enjoy greatly reading this unique contribution to the LGBTQ+ field.

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