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Unnatural Passions?: Notes Toward a Queer Ecology 1
by Catriona Mortimer-Sandilands 2005
Introducing queer ecology: from perspective to power In the opening of her 1997 memoir North Enough, Jan Zita Grover describes mov
A Periodic Broadside for Arts and Culture Workers
January 2004. Vol. 8, No. 2. Institute for Community Arts Studies Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon Previous Issues
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EdL 708 Qualitative Research Methodology
Use of Theory
Qualitative inquirers use different terms for theories
Patterns Theoretical lens Naturalistic generalizations
Theory Use in Qualitative Research Creswell (2009)
Sarah Drumm Contemporary Sociological Theories Thursday, December 06, 2007 Memo 13 Sexuality was not discussed by the classic sociologists. Steven Seidman suggests that perhaps this is due to their privileged gender and sexual experience. He suggests
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Outline 12/6/07 Steven Seidman: Queer theory Essentialism Judith Butler: Deconstructing lesbian identity Identity and politics Sexuality in Sociological Theory Steven Seidman (SUNY-Albany) Problem w/ classical sociological theorists is that there is
APPROACHES TO SEXUALITY I N L AT I N A M E R I C A : Recent Scholarship on Gay and Lesbian Studies Ignacio Lpez-Vicua
University of Pittsburgh
THE NIGHT IS YOUNG: SEXUALITY IN MEXICO IN THE TIME OF AIDS. By
Hctor Carrillo. (Chicago: University of C
2/20/08 Women's Studies Lecture Notes 1. Key Concepts a. Social construction of sexuality b. Same-sex sexuality c. 100% straight 2. The social construction of sex a. Rupp: What counts as sex? i. Ritual ingestion of sperm? ii. Romantic friendship? 1.
CALL FOR COLLEGE or COMMUNITY INTERN SPRING 2009 Wing Luke Asian Museum, The LGBTQ Experience in the APIA Community Exhibition Project Priority deadline: Monday, April 13, 2009 at Noon. Open until filled. PROJECT SUMMARY The Wing Luke Asian Museum s
Lecture 5: Sexualized MUDs
Professor Daniel Bernardi
In the last lecture.
Primer on MUDs Bruckman's MUD Course Business
Julie Sweeney's Pat
In this lecture.
What is queer? Berry & Martin's Study What about those conclusions?
Soci 607 Essay One 1-23-08 Introducing and Exploring Sexuality While all of the articles are intertwined, each-aside from the introduction by Seidman-focuses on a specific area of sexuality about which it provides much detail and support. Just as eac
GLBT 1001 7 October 2008 Handout #4 GL vs. BT Todays readings address conflicts within GLBT communities particularly between the L (lesbian-feminists) and the T and the GL and the Bthat have contributed to continuing tensions within the movement. Th
THE 2005 AERC LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER, QUEER & ALLIES (LGBTQ&A) PRE-CONFERENCE
Pre-Conference Location: Georgia Center for Continuing Education, University of Georgia, Athens, GA (www.gactr.uga.edu) Pre-Conference Date: Thursday, June 2,