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|ISBN:||0805828648 9780805828641 0805829210 9780805829211|
|Description:||vii, 398 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Constructing knowledge: educational research and gay and lesbian studies / William G. Tierney and Patrick Dilley --
A generational and theoretical analysis of culture and male (Homo) sexuality / James T. Sears --
Who Am I? Gay Identity and a Democratic politics of the self / Dennis Carlson --
Remember when all the cares were Fords and all the lesbians were women? Some notes on identity, mobility, and capital / Erica Meiners --
Queering/querying pedagogy? Or, pedagogy is a pretty queer thing / Susanne Luhmann --
Queer texts and performativity: zora, rap, and community / Rinaldo Walcott --
(Queer) youth as political and pedagogical / Nelson Rodriguez --
Appropriating queerness: Hollywood sanitation / Shirley R. Steinberg --
Telling tales of surprise / Dennis Sumara and Brent Davis --
Understanding curriculum as gender text: notes on reproduction, resistance, and male-male relations / William F. Pinar --
From the ridiculous to the sublime: on finding oneself in educational research / Suzanne de Castell and Mary Bryson --
Carnal knowledge: re-searching (through) the sexual body / Kenn Gardner Honeychurch --
Unresting the curriculum: Queer projects, queer imaginings / Marla Morris --
Queering the gaze / Mary Aswell Doll --
Fantasizing women in the women's studies classroom: toward a symptomatic reading of negation / Alice J. Pitt --
On some psychical consequences of AIDS education / Deborah P. Britzman --
We "were already ticking and didn't even know" [it]: Early AIDS works / Roger Platizky --
Of mad men who practice invention to the brink of intelligibility / William Haver --
Autobiography as a queer curriculum practice / Janet L. Miller.
|Series Title:||Studies in curriculum theory.|
|Responsibility:||edited by William F. Pinar.|
- Homosexuality and education.
- Gays -- Identity.
- Lesbians -- Identity.
- Gay and lesbian studies.
- Queer theory.