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Moisés Lino e Silva: Minoritarian Liberalism

Moisés Lino e Silva: Minoritarian Liberalism

A Travesti Life in a Brazilian Favela. USA 2022, 240 pp., brochure, € 39.95
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University of Chicago Press
A ethnography of the largest favela in Rio, where residents articulate their own politics of freedom against the backdrop of multiple forms of oppression. Liberalism mostly has promoted the freedom of privileged subjects, those entitled to rights-usually white, adult, heteronormative, and bourgeois - at the expense of marginalized groups, such as black people, children, lesbians, gays, transsexuals, and slum dwellers. ... Weiterlesen

Anita Kurimay: Queer Budapest

Anita Kurimay: Queer Budapest

USA 2020, 336 pp., brochure, € 44.95
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University of Chicago Press
By the dawn of the 20th century, Budapest was a burgeoning cosmopolitan metropolis. Known at the time as the »Pearl of the Danube,« it boasted some of Europe’s most innovative architectural and cultural achievements, and its growing middle class was committed to advancing the city’s liberal politics and making it an intellectual and commercial crossroads between East and West. In ... Weiterlesen

John D'Emilio: Queer Legacies

John D'Emilio: Queer Legacies

Stories From Chicago's LGBTQ Archives. USA 2020, 202 pp., brochure, € 29.95
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University of Chicago Press
The variety of LGBTQ life in Chicago is too abundant and too diverse to be contained in a single place. But since 1981, the Gerber/Hart Library and Archives has striven to do just that, amassing a wealth of records related to the city's gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer-identified people and organizations. In »Queer Legacies«, John D'Emilio - a pioneering ... Weiterlesen

Ella K. Maillart: The Cruel Way

Ella K. Maillart: The Cruel Way

Switzerland to Afghanistan in a Ford, 1939. USA 2013, 218 pp., brochure, € 17.95
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University of Chicago Press
Following Ella K. Maillart's 1939 journey with fellow writer Annemarie Schwarzenbach from Geneva to Kabul in a brand-new Ford, »The Cruel Way« reveals Maillart to be an author of astonishing talent. As the two flash across Europe and the Near East in a streak of élan and daring, Maillart writes of comical mishaps, breathtaking landscapes, vitriolic religious clashes, and the ... Weiterlesen

David M. Halperin: How to Do the History of Homosexuality

David M. Halperin: How to Do the History of Homosexuality

USA 2004, 216 pp., brochure, € 37.95
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University of Chicago Press
David M. Halperin revisits and refines the argument he put forward in his classic »One Hundred Years of Homosexuality«: that hetero- and homosexuality are not biologically constituted but are, instead, historically and culturally produced. »How to Do the History of Homosexuality« expands on this view, updates it, answers its critics, and makes greater allowance for continuities in the history of ... Weiterlesen

Dan Healey: Homosexual Desire in Revolutionary Russia

Dan Healey: Homosexual Desire in Revolutionary Russia

The Regulation of Sexual and Gender Dissent. USA 2004, 392 pp., brochure, € 79.95
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University of Chicago Press
A milestone - not only for Russian GLBT history but also for gay and lesbian studies in general - being the first full-length study of same-sex love in any period of Russian or Soviet history, the author investigates the privat worlds of sexual dissidents during the pivotal decades before and after the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution. Using records and archives available ... Weiterlesen

Jens Rydström: Sinners and Citizens

Jens Rydström: Sinners and Citizens

Bestiality and Homosexuality in Sweden, 1880 - 1950. USA 2003, 416 pp. illustrated, brochure, € 32.99
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University of Chicago Press
»Sinners and Citizens« explores how sexual habits changed in Sweden during its development from an agrarian society into a modern welfare state. Jens Rydström examines the history of homosexuality and bestiality in that country to consider why these sexual practices have been so closely linked in virtually all Western societies. He limns sharply the distinctive experience of rural life, showing ... Weiterlesen

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