In this episode we return to Foucault to explore the love between Ned and Robert as a form of queer intimacy, as well as the grief they share over Lyanna's death.
Mentioned in this episode:
- Sedgwick, E.K. 2015, Between men: English literature and male homosocial desire, Columbia university press.
- "Friendship as a Way of Life" (interview with Michael Foucault in Le Gai Pied magazine in 1981, translated by John Johnston).
- Ben-Hur 1951 (film). Directed by William Wyler.
- The Celluloid Closet (documentary film). Directed by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman.
- Faderman, L. 1981, Surpassing the love of men : romantic friendship and love between women from the Renaissance to the present, William Morrow & Company.
- Not a Cast Podcast (Episode 5: A GAME OF THRONES, EDDARD I: “This is Her Place”): https://notacastasoiaf.podbean.com/e/episode-5-a-game-of-thrones-eddard-i-this-is-her-place/
- Till, K.E. 2005, The New Berlin Memory, Politics, Place, University of Minnesota Press.
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