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A queer history of the United States

作者: Michael Bronski
出版商: Boston : Beacon Press, ©2011.
叢書: Revisioning American history.
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"A Queer History of the United States is groundbreaking and accessible. It looks at how American culture has shaped the LGBT, or queer, experience, while simultaneously arguing that LGBT people not only shaped but were pivotal in creating our country. Using numerous primary documents and literature, as well as social histories, Bronski's book takes the reader through the centuries--from Columbus' arrival and the  再讀一些...
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文件類型: 圖書, 網路資源
所有的作者/貢獻者: Michael Bronski
ISBN: 9780807044391 0807044393 9780807044650 0807044652
OCLC系統控制編碼: 662402765
描述: xx, 287 pages ; 24 cm.
内容: The persecuting society --
Sexually ambiguous revolutions --
Imagining a queer America --
A democracy of death and art --
A dangerous purity --
Life on the stage / life in the city --
Production and marketing of gender --
Sex in the trenches --
Visible communities / invisible lives --
Revolt / backlash / resistance.
叢書名: Revisioning American history.
責任: Michael Bronski.

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"A Queer History of the United States is groundbreaking and accessible. It looks at how American culture has shaped the LGBT, or queer, experience, while simultaneously arguing that LGBT people not only shaped but were pivotal in creating our country. Using numerous primary documents and literature, as well as social histories, Bronski's book takes the reader through the centuries--from Columbus' arrival and the brutal treatment the Native peoples received, through the American Revolution's radical challenging of sex and gender roles--to the violent, and liberating, 19th century--and the transformative social justice movements of the 20th. Bronski's book is filled with startling examples of often ignored or unknown aspects of American history: the ineffectiveness of sodomy laws in the colonies, the prevalence of cross-dressing women soldiers in the Civil War, the effect of new technologies on LGBT life in the 19th century, and how rock music and popular culture were, in large part, responsible for the great backlash against gay rights in the late 1970s. More than anything, A Queer History of the United States is not so much about queer history as it is about all American history--and why it should matter to both LGBT people and heterosexuals alike."--Provided by publisher.

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