GLQ


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GLQGauss-Legendre Quadrature (numerical method)
GLQGeneral Linear Quadratic (radiation biology)
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In summary, GLQ offers a new way to buy life insurance online.
In addition to their significant positive impact upon scholarly enterprise as concerns theory and practice, many GLQ theorists and scholars have led the charge against canonical exclusiveness in college curricula and provided the catalyst for the introduction of sexuality and other identity studies as a legitimate academic field of inquiry.
Positive awareness of diversity issues, including GLQ, can lead to students' desire to participate in advocacy and activism, but the sequence need not, nor should be, mandated or absolute; informed students are more likely to form genuine and purposeful interests, rather than the rote or temporary interest exhibited by those students who feel compelled or manipulated into compliance with an instructor's own advocacy agenda.
For just one prominent example from current work, see Carolyn Dinshaw (2006) 'The History of GLQ, Volume 1: LGBTQ Studies, Censorship, and Other Transnational Problems,' GLQ 12.
Due to frequent victimization, GLQ youth are at greater risk than their heterosexual peers for mental health issues such as depression (Galliher, Rostosky, & Hughes, 2004), anxiety (Rosario, Schrimshaw, Hunter, & Gwadz, 2002), suicide (McFarland, 1998), use of alcohol and illicit substances (Rosario, Schrimshaw, & Hunter, 2004), and risky sexual activity (Blake et al.
See also Valerie Traub's "The Psychomorphology of the Clitoris," GLQ 2 (1995): 81-113, an essay which, like Paster's book, historicizes ideological constructions of bodily sites.
GLQ is one of the most active, Doha-based Filipino groups having its roots in the Philippines.
John Howard, "Politics of Dancing," History Workshop; John Howard, Concentration Camps on the Homefront (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008); Tina Takemoto, "Looking for Jiro Onuma: A Queer Meditation on the Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II," GLQ 20, no.
She has published work in GLQ (2010) and Re: Collection: Selected Works from the Studio Museum of Harlem (2013).
Of course, both Perverse Modernities and Sexual Cultures are marketed as queer book series, and many of these authors have also published key essays in GLQ, differences, and other queer and feminist journals.
GLQ, The Transgender Issue), Halberstam seeks to create new gender taxonomies (Halberstam calls these, after Eve Sedgwick, "nonce taxonomies") [21] to describe alternative genders already in circulation, usually in "transgender communities, in sexual subcultures, in clubs, in zines, in queer spaces everywhere" (p.
A closed-end fund, GLQ has an investment objective of providing a high level of total return and invests at least 80% in equity and equity-related securities in both US and non-US markets and the remainder in fixed income securities.