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viii, 348 p. ; 24 cm.
  • The Boswell thesis / by Mathew Kuefler
  • John Boswell's gay science: prolegomenon to a re-reading / by Ralph Hexter
  • Touching on the past / by Carolyn Dinshaw
  • Reading CSTH as a call to action: Boswell and gay-affirming movements in American Christianity / by Bernard Schlager
  • "Both as a Christian and as a historian": on Boswell's ministry / by Mark D. Jordan
  • Fronto + Marcus: love, friendship, letters / by Amy Richlin
  • Heterosexism and the interpretation of Romans 1:18 32 / by Dale B. Martin
  • My sister, my spouse: woman-identified women in medieval Christianity / by E. Ann Matter
  • R.W. Southern, John Boswell, and the sexuality of Anselm / by Bruce O'Brien
  • Male friendship and the suspicion of sodomy in twelfth-century France / by Mathew Kuefler
  • Impossible translation: Anthony and Paul the Simple in the Historia monachorum / by Mark Masterson
  • Beauty and Passion in tenth-century Córdoba / by Jeffrey A. Bowman
  • Sexual mutilation and castration anxiety: a medieval perspective / by Jacqueline Murray
  • Knighthood, compulsory heterosexuality, and sodomy / by Ruth Mazo Karras
  • The body of Gherardesca of Pisa reclothed and resexed / by Penelope D. Johnson
  • Francis of Assisi as mother, father, and androgynous figure / by Catherine M. Mooney.
Few books have had the social, cultural, and scholarly impact of John Boswell's "Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality". Arguing that neither the Bible nor the Christian tradition was nearly as hostile to homocroticism as was generally thought, its initial publication sent shock waves through university classrooms, gay communities, and religious congregations. Twenty-five years later, the aftershocks still reverberate. "The Boswell Thesis" brings together fifteen leading scholars at the intersection of religious and sexuality studies to comment on this book's immense impact, the endless debates it generated, and the many contributions it has made to our culture. The essays in this magnificent volume examine a variety of aspects of Boswell's interpretation of events in the development of sexuality from Classical Antiquity through the Middle Ages, including a Roman emperor's love letters to another man; suspicions of sodomy among medieval monks, knights, and crusaders; and the gender-bending visions of Christian saints and mystics. Also included are discussions of Boswell's career, including his influence among gay and lesbian Christians and his role in academic debates between essentialists and social constructionists. Elegant and thought-provoking, this collection provides a fitting twenty-fifth anniversary tribute to the incalculable influence of "Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality" and its author.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780226457413 20160528
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217, [12] p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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221,151p. 22cm.
  • Homosexuality: its nature, causation, and treatment, by C.Allen.- The foundations of homosexuality, by C.Berg.- The Wolfenden report: discussion and criticism, by C.Berg.- Report of the Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution (151p. at end (p.79-114,129-148 omitted))
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168 p. ; 18 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

5. Homosexuality [2013]

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207 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 24 cm.
  • What is the basis of homosexuality?
  • Should same-sex marriage be legal?
  • Should same-sex partners be allowed to adopt?
  • Should homosexuals be excluded from certain organizations?
Green Library
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189 p. ; 23 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xvi, 74 p. ; 20 cm.
  • Foreword / by Dan Savage
  • Acknowledgments
  • A note on the text On being different : what it means to be a homosexual, January 1971 1
  • Afterword, May 1971
  • Afterword / by Charles Kaiser
  • Appendices
  • A: Miller's reply to a friend who was critical of the article
  • B: Miller's letter to his former wife, Elinor
  • Ralph Martin's obituary for Miller
  • Fragments from Frank Kameny's foreword to On being different
  • Notes.
Originally published in 1971, Merle Miller's On Being Different is a pioneering and thought-provoking book about being homosexual in the United States. Just two years after the Stonewall riots, Miller wrote a poignant essay for the New York Times Magazine entitled "What It Means To Be a Homosexual" in response to a homophobic article published in Harper's Magazine. Described as "the most widely read and discussed essay of the decade, " the article was developed into the remarkable short book On Being Different - one of the earliest memoirs to affirm the importance of coming out. Merle Miller (1919-1986) was an editor at Harper's Magazine, Time and The Nation and was the bestselling author of several books, including the novel A Gay and Melancholy Sound and Plain Speaking, a biography of Harry S Truman. Dan Savage is the internationally syndicated columnist of 'Savage Love' and the author of several books. Charles Kaiser is an author, journalist and blogger. His books include 1968 in America and The Gay Metropolis.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780143106968 20160610
Green Library
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98 pages
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
87 p. ; 18 cm.
Alone in his forest dwelling, an ogre had spent years building machines to force his visitors to make love to one another: machines with pulleys, chains, clocks, collars, leather leggings, metal breastplates, oscillatory, pendular, or rotating dildos. One day, some adolescents who had lost their way, seven or eight brothers, entered the ogre's house...--From The Screwball AssesOur asshole is revolutionary.--Guy HocquenghemWorkers of the world, masturbate! -- Front Homosexuel d'Action Revolutionnaire sloganFirst published anonymously in Flix Guattari's Recherches in the notorious 1973 issue on homosexuality (seized and destroyed by the French government), The Screwball Asses remains a dramatic treatise on erotic desire. In this classic underground text, queer theorist and post-'68 provocateur Guy Hocquenghem takes on the militant delusions of the gay liberation movement. Hocquenghem, founder and leader of the Front Homosexuel d'Action Revolutionnaire, vivisects not only the stifled mores of bourgeois capitalism but the phallocratic concessions of so-called homophiles, and, ultimately, the very act of speaking desire (and non-desire). Rejecting any "pure theory" of homosexuality that claims its "otherness" as a morphology of revolution, he contends that the ruling classes have invented homosexuality as a sexual ghetto, splitting and mutilating desire in the process. It is only when non-desire and the desire of desire are enacted simultaneously through speech and body that homosexuality can finally be sublimated under the true act of "making love." There are thousands of sexes on earth, according to Hocquenghem, but only one sexual desire. Available in English for the first time, The Screwball Asses is a revelatory disquisition, earning Hocquenghem his rightful place among the minoritarian elite of Gilles Deleuze, Jean Genet, and Tony Duvert.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781584350811 20160604
Green Library

10. Qué es ser gay? [2009]

Book
1 computer disc (74 pages) : CD-ROM, PDF ; 4 3/4 in.
Media & Microtext Center
Book
245 p. : il. ; 21 cm.
Green Library
Book
278 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
Book
203 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library

14. Homosexuality [2008]

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238 p. : 24 cm.
Green Library
Book
21 pages ; 21 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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vii, 351 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction: Havelock Ellis, John Addington Symonds and the Construction of Sexual Inversion-- I.Crozier Ellis and Symonds' Sexual Inversion chapters Ellis and Symonds Sexual Inversion Appendices Complete Bibliography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780230008038 20160528
In 1897, Havelock Ellis published the first English medical textbook on homosexuality, Sexual Inversion, which he had co-authored with the late John Addington Symonds in the early years of the 1890s. This text, having been published the preceding year in German, was banned by Symonds' literary executor; the next edition was banned as an obscene publication in the 'Bedborough Trial'. Finally, the text was published in a new edition in America in 1901, and was updated in 1915 to take account of the new Freudian theories of sexuality. The original 1897 edition contained 33 original case histories of homosexual men and women, and was an important text in the fight against the legal oppression of homosexuality in England. This new edition of the joint-authored 1897 text, including John Addington Symonds' appendix on Greek love that was adapted for the original publication, situates the work in its intellectual and social contexts, and provides a fully-edited text for both students and historians of psychiatry and sexuality.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780230008038 20160528
Green Library
Book
1 online resource (159 p.) : ill.
Book
152 p. ; 21 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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2, 2, 3, 515 p. : ill ; 23 cm.
East Asia Library
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171 p. ; 16 cm.
Green Library

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