Hidden from history: reclaiming the gay and lesbian past, Volume 1

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Penguin Group, Nov 1, 1990 - Fiction - 579 pages
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Without peer, Hidden from History gathers together the works of the most exciting scholars in the dynamic field of homosexual studies, making this a ground-breaking and provocative work that reveals the history of gays and lesbians in different cultures and eras. Photos.

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User Review  - Zelah Meyer - Goodreads

Some fascinating historical stuff that you don't get taught about in school. Read full review

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This is a fairly large book and contains a huge context of historical information related to the gay and lesbian community. It's a must read for every LGBT activist who would like to connect the LGBT community of yesterday to today. Read full review

Contents

George Chauncey Jr Martin Duberman Martha Vicinus
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The Ancient World
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Pederasty Politics and Power in Classical Athens
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Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Martin Duberman, Distinguished Professor of History at Lehman and the Graduate School of the City University of New York, is the founding director of the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies. He is the author of seventeen books, including "Black Mountain, Paul Robeson, In White America, Cures, Stonewall, Midlife Queer" and Queer Representations. As both historian and playwright, he has received numerous awards, including the Bancroft Prize, two Lambda awards, the George Freedly Memorial Award, and a Special Citation from the National Academy of Arts and letters for his ?contributions to literature.?

Vicinus is Professor of English and History, University of Michigan.

Chauncey is Professor of History and the Chair for the Project on Lesbian and Gay Studies in the Center for Gender Studies at the University of Chicago.

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