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by George Haggerty,Bonnie Zimmerman

Professions of Desire: Lesbian and Gay Studies in Literature download ebook
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0873525639
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George Haggerty,Bonnie Zimmerman
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Modern Language Association of America (February 1, 1995)
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The First collection of essays to address issues concerning lesbian and gay studies in the undergraduate classroom.

The First collection of essays to address issues concerning lesbian and gay studies in the undergraduate classroom.

Professions of Desire includes examples of lesbian and gay critical analysis and thoughtful discussions about what it means to be lesbian, gay, or queer in the classroom

Professions of Desire includes examples of lesbian and gay critical analysis and thoughtful discussions about what it means to be lesbian, gay, or queer in the classroom. The four essays in the first section, "Teaching Positions", examine teaching from a theoretical perspective, analyze the role of the professor in the classroom, and seek to redefine what instructors ask of their students as well as of themselves. In "Canons and Closets", five essays focus on curricular and organizational shifts warranted by lesbian and gay studies.

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American literature - Study and teaching, Canon (Literature), English literature - Study and teaching, Gay and lesbian studies, Gay men in literature . Haggerty, George E; Zimmerman, Bonnie.

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In Professions of desire: Lesbian and gay studies in literature, George E. Haggerty and Bonnie Zimmerman . Music, literature and etiquette: Musical instruments and social identity from Castiglione to Austen

In Professions of desire: Lesbian and gay studies in literature, George E. Haggerty and Bonnie Zimmerman, ed. 169–180. Musicality, essentialism, and the closet. In Queering the pitch: The new gay and Lesbian musicology, 2nd e. Philip Brett, Elizabeth Wood, and Gary C. Thomas, ed. 9–26. Music, literature and etiquette: Musical instruments and social identity from Castiglione to Austen. In Ethnicity, identity, and music: The musical construction of place, Martin Stokes, e. 189–206. Oxford, England: Berg Publishers.

Gay male literature has traditionally been defined as writing that somehow depicts male same-sex attraction. Ed. Following in the steps of several scholars of lesbian literature, Berrong uses Pierre Loti's novel Iceland Fisherman (1886), which does not depict male same-sex attraction, to propose other ways of reading literature as gay, and hence of understanding gay male subjectivity.

Zimmerman (women's studies, San Diego State Univ. and Haggerty (English, Univ. of California, Riverside) have compiled two impressive volumes on gay and lesbian history and culture.

The First collection of essays to address issues concerning lesbian and gay studies in the undergraduate classroom, Professions of Desire will challenge teachers and students of literature with new materials, new approaches, and new ideas. Professions of Desire includes examples of lesbian and gay critical analysis and thoughtful discussions about what it means to be lesbian, gay, or queer in the classroom.