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Author: Twin Cities GLBT Oral History Project (Minn.)
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, ©2010.
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The Twin Cities is home to one of the largest and most vital GLBT populations in the nation-and one of the highest percentages of gay residents in the country. Drawn from the pioneering work of the Twin Cities GLBT Oral History Project-a collective organization of students, scholars, and activists devoted to documenting and interpreting the lives of GLBT people in Minneapolis and St. Paul- Queer Twin Cities is a  Read more...
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Queer twin cities.
Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, ©2010
(DLC) 2010026226
(OCoLC)617508712
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Twin Cities GLBT Oral History Project (Minn.)
ISBN: 9780816675371 0816675376 1299948103 9781299948105
OCLC Number: 699521298
Description: 1 online resource (xxvii, 332 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Queering oral history : reflections on the origins of the twin cites GLBT oral history project / Jason Ruiz --
Calculating risk : history of medicine, transgender oral history, and the institutional review board / Michael David Franklin --
Sexuality in the headlines : intimate upheavals as histories of the twin cities / Ryan Patrick Murphy and Alex T. Urquhart --
The myth of the great white north : claiming queer people of color histories in the twin cities (a roundtable discussion) / Charlotte Karem Albrecht, Brandon Lacy Campos, and Jessica Giusti --
A single queer voice with polyphonic overtones : Elise Matthesen and the politics of subjectivity in the twin cities / Mark Soderstrom --
Two-spirits organizing : indigenous two-spirit identity in the twin cities region / Megan L. MacDonald --
Skirting boundaries : queer bar cultures in the postwar twin cities / Amy M. Tyson --
Sex and the cities : reevaluating 1980s feminist politics in Minneapolis and St. Paul / Pamela Butler --
The gay land rush : race, gender, and sexuality in the life of post-welfare Mineapolis / Ryan Patrick Murphy --
Private cures for a public epidemic : targeting HIV and AIDS medications in the twin cities / Alex T. Urquhart and Susan Craddock --
Gay was good : progress, homonormativity, and oral history / Kevin P. Murphy.
Responsibility: Twin Cities GLBT Oral History Project.

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The Twin Cities is home to one of the largest and most vital GLBT populations in the nation-and one of the highest percentages of gay residents in the country. Drawn from the pioneering work of the Twin Cities GLBT Oral History Project-a collective organization of students, scholars, and activists devoted to documenting and interpreting the lives of GLBT people in Minneapolis and St. Paul- Queer Twin Cities is a uniquely critical collection of essays on Minnesota's vibrant queer communities, past and present. A rich blend of oral history, archival research, and ethnography, Queer Twin Cities u.

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