Queer studies : a lesbian, gay, bisexual, & transgender anthology / edited by Brett Beemyn and Mickey Eliason.

This book is a wide-ranging anthology which discusses the nature and diversity of queer studies, its foundations, and some of the most pressing issues in the field.

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Other Authors: Beemyn, Genny, 1966-, Eliason, Michele J.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : New York University Press, ©1996.
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Table of Contents:
  • G.I. Joes in Barbie land : recontextualizing butch in twentieth-century lesbian culture / Sherrie A. Inness, Michele E. Lloyd
  • Trans (homo) sexuality? : double inversion, psychiatric confusion, and hetero-hegemony / Vernon A. Rosario II
  • Identity/politics : historical sources of the bisexual movement / Amanda Udis-Kessler
  • Sexual identity and bisexual identities : the struggle for self-description in a changing sexual landscape / Paula C. Rust
  • Identity, power, and difference : negotiating conflict in an S/M dyke community / Patricia L. Duncan
  • Why Suzie Wong is not a lesbian / JeeYeun Lee
  • The politics of Black lesbian, gay, and bisexual identity / Gregory Conerly
  • History/hysteria : parallel representations of Jews and gays, lesbians, and bisexuals / Warren J. Blumenfeld
  • Who is that queer queer? : exploring norms around sexuality, race, and class in queer theory / Ruth Goldman
  • "Tragic misreadings" : queer theory's erasure of transgender subjectivity / Ki Namaste
  • Hegemonic discourse in an oppositional community : lesbian feminist stigmatization of bisexual women / Amber Ault
  • Denying complexity : the dismissal and appropriation of bisexuality in queer, lesbian, and gay theory / Christopher James
  • Scientific racism and the invention of the homosexual body / Siobhan Somerville
  • Revamping MTV : passing for queer culture in the video closet / Lynda Goldstein
  • Pages of whiteness : race, physique magazines, and the emergence of public gay culture / Tracy D. Morgan
  • Choices and chances : is coming out at work a rational choice? / M.V. Lee Badgett.