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Making Trouble : Essays on Gay History, Politics, and the University - John D'Emilio

Making Trouble

Essays on Gay History, Politics, and the University

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Published: 14th August 1992
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Combining historical and political analysis with autobiography and memoir, "Making Trouble" brings together the essays of John DEmilio, a pioneering gay historian and long-time movement activist.

"Positioning himself firmly on the radical side, D'Emilio advocates nothing less than a total reevaluation of our society's sexual paradigm. Although a single voice is heard in these essays, D'Emilio's call for gays and lesbians to move beyond minority status to one of freedom and choice, to embark on new journeys of sexual definition, ' may well be the rallying cry for renewed activism in the struggle for social justice." -"Library Journal

Acknowledgments
By Way of Introduction: Notes from One Gay Life
Rewriting History
Capitalism and Gay Identityp. 3
Dreams Deferred: The Birth and Betrayal of America's First Gay Liberation Movementp. 17
The Homosexual Menace: The Politics of Sexuality in Cold War Americap. 57
Gay Politics, Gay Community: San Francisco's Experiencep. 74
Gay History: A New Field of Studyp. 96
Remaking the University
The Universities and the Gay Experiencep. 117
The Issue of Sexual Preference on College Campuses: Retrospect and Prospectp. 128
Not a Simple Matter: Gay History and Gay Historiansp. 138
The Campus Environment for Gay and Lesbian Lifep. 148
Inaugurating the First Lesbian and Gay Studies Department: San Francisco City Collegep. 155
Gay and Lesbian Studies: New Kid on the Block?p. 160
Graduation Dayp. 176
Living Politics
Making and Unmaking Minorities: The Tension Between Gay History and Politicsp. 181
The Supreme Court and the Sodomy Statutes: Where Do We Go From Here?p. 191
Saturday Nightp. 196
Women Against Pornography: Feminist Frontier or Social Purity Crusade?p. 202
The Names Project Quilt: A People's Memorialp. 216
You Can't Build a Movement on Angerp. 220
A Generation of Progressp. 224
After Stonewallp. 234
Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780415905107
ISBN-10: 0415905109
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 14th August 1992
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.89 x 15.32  x 1.88
Weight (kg): 0.43
Edition Number: 1