© 2017 – Routledge
444 pages | 130 B/W Illus.
Living Out Loud: An Introduction to LGBTQ History, Society, and Culture offers students an evidence-based foundation in the interdisciplinary field of LGBTQ Studies. Chapters on history, diversity, dating/relationships, education, sexual health, and globalization reflect current research and thinking in the social sciences, humanities, and sciences. Coverage of current events and recommendations for additional readings, videos, and web resources help students apply the contents in their lives, making Living Out Loud the perfect core text for LGBTQ+ Studies (and similar) courses.
Chapter One: Out of the Past: Histories, by Christianne Anastasia Gadd;
Chapter Two: Same Difference: Diversities, by Michael J. Murphy;
Chapter Three: Getting It On: Sexual Behavior and Sexual Health, by Michael J. Murphy;
Chapter Four: Together, Forever?: Relationships,by Christine Smith and Joel A. Muraco;
Chapter Five: Reading, Writing, Queering: Education, by Elizabeth Dinkins and Patrick Englert;
Chapter Six: We’re Here! We’re Queer!: Power, Politics, and Activism, by George A. Waller;
Chapter Seven: Pop Out!: Mass Media & Popular Culture, by Byron Lee;
Chapter Eight: Signifying Queerness: Literature and Visual Arts, by Susan K. Thomas and William J. Simmons;
Chapter Nine: Getting Around: Globalization and Transnationalism, by Evan Litwack