Queer Man on Campus: A History of Non-heterosexual College Men, 1945-2000

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Education - 246 pages
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Through intensive interviews and historical research, this book reveals the inadequacy of a unified gay identity in studying the lives of queer college men. Instead, as Patrick Dilley shows, seven distinct types of identities are discernible in the lives of non-heterosexual college males between World War II and the close of the millennium. Dilley traces the development of these identities, illuminating the historical and contextual factors that affect their formation. By situating these types of non-heterosexuality as variable and fluid, Dilley offers a new perspective on queer collegiate life.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
12
PATTERNS OF NONHETEROSEXUAL LIVES
55
CHAPTER 4
83
CHAPTER 5
123
MAKING SENSE OF NONHETEROSEXUAL IDENTITY
161
CHAPTER 7
195
Appendix
217
Index
241
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Patrick Dilley is Assistant Professor of Higher Education and Qualitative Research at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. A recipient of the American College Personnel Emerging Scholar Award, Dilley is currently researching the history of gay and lesbian student organizations.

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