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Titel: Left out : the politics of exclusion : ...
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Auflage: 1st Edition
New York, NY : Basic Books, c1999, 1st ed. Orig. cloth binding, dustjacket. xxv, 466 p ; 25 cm. Pt. 1, Histories of oppression --, ch. 1, Race --, Northern response to slavery (1964) --, Latest word on slavery in the United States (1974) --, ch. 2, Gender and sexuality --, Historical interpretation and the politics of evidence --, 'Father' of the Homophile Movement --, Masters and Johnson --, Kinsey's urethra --, ch. 3, Foreign policy --, Vietnam and American foreign policy (1967) --, Havana Inquiry (1974) --, Gulf War (1991) --, pt. 2, Sites of resistance: the sixties and seventies --, ch. 1, Black struggle --, 'Moderation' versus 'militancy' (1964) --, James Meredith (1966) --, Taking stock (1967) --, Black power and the American radical traditioon (1968) --, ch. 2, Radicalism on campus --, 'The dissenting academy' --, On misunderstanding student rebels --, Experiment in education --, Young radicals: politics or culture? --, Shifting mood on campus in the seventies --, ch. 3, Emerging Gay Movement and feminism --, Sex and love: Mailer/Miller/Millett --, Feminism and gay men: a. The Gay Academic Union. b. The National Gay Task Force --, Sex and the military: the Matlovich Case (1976) --, Anita Bryant Brigade (1977) --, pt. 3, Old saws/new refrains --, ch. 1, Tenacity of race --, Black response to William Styron's The confessions of Nat Turner --, Racism in the gay male world (1982) --, Writing Robeson --, 'New' (1997) scholarship on race relations --, ch. 2, Reconfiguring the gay struggle --, (Contested) new history of gays and lesbians --, Breaking the codes: biography and art --, Epidemic arguments --, ch. 3, In conclusion --, Divided left: identity politics versus class. Condition : very good. ISBN 0465017444[KEYWORDS: PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS, *, homosexuality, philosophy, philosophy, political. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 169973
Inhaltsangabe: A leading radical historian takes stock, tracing the parallel paths of his life and the major political conflicts of this country over the last several decades.. For the past thirty-five years, activist and historian Martin Duberman has been witness to our countrys tumultuous confrontations with a formidable array of shifting issues - equality for people of color, the feminist movement, the anti-war movement, the gay/lesbian and AIDS political formations. This selection of his previously published and revised work charts Dubermans own lifeline as well as those of the varied movements that tried to change the countrys priorities and equalize its privileges. All of these essays, articles, and reviews, first published in such periodicals as The Nation, the New York Times , and The Harvard Gay and Lesbian Review , have been amended for this publication and divided into pertinent categories. Duberman has written a special introduction, as well as introductory essays to each section of the book.
Rezension: Radical scholar and activist Martin Duberman assembles a representative cross-section of his writings in Left Out, an anthology that includes essays on racial politics and gay and lesbian history, as well as critiques of US foreign policy, campus radicalism and several other topics. Whether he's discussing his experiences working on his acclaimed biography of Paul Robeson or in the early years of the National Gay Task Force, Duberman writes with visible passion--giving free rein to his humour and keeping his occasional fury in check. Among the highlights in Left Out are "The 'Father' of the Homophile Movement", a long biographical essay about Donald Webster Cory, also known as Edward Sagarin (who wrote a pioneering account of homosexual life in the 1950s but later became a staunch critic of the movement for acceptance of gays), and "Kinsey's Urethra", a caustic pan of a heavily moralistic biography of sex researcher Alfred Kinsey. -- Christine Buttery
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