lambda nordica is a peer-reviewed open-access academic journal of LGBTQ studies. The oldest of its kind in the Nordic region, the journal is dedicated to interdisciplinary research in lesbian/gay/bi/trans* and queer studies.
Vol. 25 No. 1 (2020): Queer Concepts for the 2020s
In this final double special issue edited by Jenny Björklund and Ulrika Dahl, lambda nordica takes stock of the queer moment and looks forward into the new decade. A range of scholars offer short entries on crucial concepts that they propose will help us develop queer studies and research on LGBTQI+ issues in the 2020s. While it would be unqueer to lock in precise definitions of terms or to suggest that these concepts will solve all the world’s problems, contributors both revisit familiar terms and point us in new directions. Taken together this issue is a lexicon of interrelated and relational concepts and queer phenomena that offers a complex map of the present and of the vast knowledge of queer scholars. The outgoing editors also offer some reflections of their decade with lambda nordica.
A Thought-Provoking Thesis on Swedish Trans-Specific Healthcare Review of Linander, Ida. 2018. “It was like I had to fit into a category”: People with Trans Experiences Navigating Access to Trans-Specific Healthcare and Health. PhD diss. Umeå University: Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine, Epidemiology and Global Health. (151 pages)