In a Queer Country by Terry Goldie
Gay & Lesbian Studies in the Canadian Context

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A groundbreaking collection of fourteen essays on the struggles, pleasures, and contradictions of queer culture and public life in Canada. Versed in queer social history as well as leading-edge gay and lesbian studies, queer theory, and post-colonial studies, In a Queer Country confronts queer culture from various perspectives relevant to international audiences. Topics range from the politics of the family and spousal rights to queer black identity, from pride parade fashions to lesbian park rangers.

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Terry Goldie is the author of two previous non-fiction books, and the editor of the anthology In a Queer Country: Gay & Lesbian Studies in the Canadian Context (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2001). He is a professor of English at York University in Toronto, where he teaches Canadian and postcolonial literatures with particular interest in gay studies, literary theory, and cinema.
Published July 1, 2002 by Arsenal Pulp Press. 314 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Gay & Lesbian, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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