Making Trouble: Essays on Gay History, Politics, and the University

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Psychology Press, 1992 - Social Science - 274 pages
Presents the author's research on the historical development of San Francisco's gay community, the rise and fall of the first American gay liberation movement, the persecution of gays during the cold war, and more
 

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Gay historian, author, and activist D'Emilio has collected here 20 of his insightful personal and historical essays on the rise of gay scholarship in the United States. Topics range from the birth of ... Read full review

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Contents

REwriting History
3
San Franciscos Experience
74
A New Field of Study
96
The Universities and the Gay Experience
117
Retrospect and Prospect
128
Gay History and Gay Historians
138
The Campus Environment for Gay and Lesbian Life
148
Graduation
176
Saturday Night
196
Feminist Frontier or Social Purity Crusade?
202
A Peoples Memorial
216
You Cant Build a Movement on Anger
220
After Stonewall
234
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