Identity poetics : race, class, and the lesbian-feminist roots of queer theory / Linda Garber.
In seeking to bridge what is often a generation gap between lesbian feminists on the essentialist/existential side of the schism and postmodern queer theorists favoring the social construction of lesbian identity, Graber (social sciences, California State U., Fresno) critically overviews the writing...
New York :
Columbia University Press,
|Series:||Between men--between women.
- Introduction: Race, Class, and Generations
- The Social Construction of Lesbian Feminism
- Putting the Word Dyke on the Map: Judy Grahn
- "I Have a Dream Too": Pat Parker
- "High Over the Halfway Between Your World and Mine": Audre Lorde
- An Uncommonly Queer Reading: Adrienne Rich
- "Caught in the Crossfire Between Camps": Gloria Anzaldúa
- Around 1991: The Rise of Queer Theory and the Lesbian Intertext
- Afterward, the Dy[subscript 2]ke March: June 24, 2000, San Francisco.