From Camp to Queer: Re-making the Australian Homosexual

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Melbourne University Publish, 2002 - Social Science - 199 pages
In this important, timely and deeply engaged book, Robert Reynolds traces the passionate, often turbulent, courageous and committed ways in which homosexuals told their stories. From camp to gay to the recent movement of queer, from modern to post modern.
 

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Contents

The Politics of Homosexuality
30
Conflicting Camps
46
Imagining Utopia
69
Remaking the Self
87
Discovering Difference
105
Playing with Politics
124
The Search for Certainty
140
Queer Moments
158
Select Bibliography
183
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About the author (2002)

Robert Reynolds is a Professor of Modern History at Macquarie University, Sydney. He is the author of What Happened to Gay Life (2007) and co-author with Shirleene Robinson of Gay and Lesbian, Then and Now- Australian Stories from a Social Revolution (2016).

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