By Gerard Loughlin,Tina Beattie,Daniel Boyarin,Virginia Burrus ; Paul Fletcher ; Christopher Hinckle ; Amy Hollywood ; Grace Jantzen ;
- A extraordinary number of especially commissioned essays by means of many of the brightest and better of Anglo-American scholars
- Edited by means of one of many best theologians operating on the interface among faith and modern culture
- Reconceptualizes the physique and its desires
- Enlarges the meaningfulness of Christian sexuality for the nice of the Church
- Proposes that our bodies are the cellular items of fixing discourses and regimes of power.
By Angela Willey
By Caroline J. Addington Hall
This provocative e-book isn't a historical past of the flow for homosexual inclusion, nor a heritage of the stream for a brand new, conservative Anglican church within the Americas. in its place, it's a comparability of the conservative and the liberal components of the church. There are these, similar to the Church of britain, who've conservative theological orientation and are probably to oppose totally together with gays and lesbians within the church. corridor, additionally, explores the quick adjustments that experience occurred in Western society some time past fifty years that experience ended in the reputation of same-sex marriage and homosexuality. this variation has now not come simply or even after approximately 4 a long time, homosexual marriage continues to be a politically divisive factor within the usa and England.
By Afsaneh Najmabadi
By Gavin Butt
Focusing at the interval from 1948 to 1963, Butt attracts at the accusations and denials of homosexuality that seemed within the renowned press, on early homophile guides reminiscent of One and the Mattachine Review, and on biographies, autobiographies, and interviews. In a beautiful exposition of Larry Rivers’s paintings, he exhibits how Rivers included gossip into his work, simply as his buddy and lover Frank O’Hara labored it into his poetry. He describes how the tales approximately Andy Warhol being too “swish” to be taken heavily as an artist replaced following his step forward luck, reconstructing him as an asexual dandy. Butt additionally speculates at the meanings surrounding a MoMA curator’s refusal in 1958 to shop for Jasper Johns’s Target with Plaster Casts considering that it was once too scandalous for the museum to procure. Between You and Me sheds new gentle on a pivotal second in American cultural construction because it indications new instructions for artwork history.
By Stephen Hunt
By G. Davidson
By Judith Glassgold,Suzanne Iasenza
Lesbians, Feminism, and Psychoanalysis: the second one Wave examines contemporary adjustments in psychoanalysis that experience opened the door for brand new views on same-sex wish. Authors from numerous disciplines and theoretical orientations mix feminism with psychoanalytic and postmodern theories to have fun range in gender and sexual event. This choice of lesbian-affirmative writings addresses transference and countertransference, gender subjectivities, privilege and racism, therapist homophobia, and violence in lesbian relationships.
some time past decade, psychoanalysis has gone through adjustments in medical thought that experience resulted in perspectives on human sexuality which are much less inquisitive about what's normal and remedy practices that withstand makes an attempt to slot members into prescribed developmental versions. Lesbians, Feminism, and Psychoanalysis provides a number of backgrounds (psychiatry, psychology, and social work), analytic education (formal institute education, examine teams, supervision), and theoretical views (self-psychology, item relatives, relational psychoanalysis, feminist concept, queer concept, postmodernism, Lacanian idea) unified via the therapeutic strength of psychoanalytically educated idea and practice.
The ebook is split into 3 sectionsCommunity: own and Political, Ongoing medical Issues, and New considering on Sexuality and Gender, addressing lesbian tomboy improvement, the queering of relational psychoanalysis, how attachment concept and intersubjectivity can give a contribution to more moderen gender concept, and together with:
- interviews with lesbian psychoanalytic foremothers Joanne Spina, Lee Crespi, and Judy Levitz
- Dr. Darla Bjork’s account of her trip to turning into an brazenly lesbian therapist
- contrasting perspectives on transference and countertransference from homosexual and lesbian therapists
- and lots more and plenty more!
Lesbians, Feminism, and Psychoanalysis: the second one Wave is a vital functional source for clinicians and an essential lecture room instrument for lecturers operating in psychology, social paintings, psychoanalysis, gender and women’s experiences, queer experiences, and lesbian and homosexual studies.
By A. Finn Enke
By contemplating the improvement of feminism via an research of public house, Enke expands and revises the historiography of second-wave feminism. She means that the move was once so common since it was once outfitted through those who didn't determine themselves as feminists in addition to by way of those that did. Her concentrate on claims to public house is helping to provide an explanation for why sexuality, lesbianism, and gender expression have been so crucial to feminist activism. Her spatial research additionally sheds mild on hierarchies in the circulation. As ladies became advertisement, civic, and institutional areas into websites of activism, they produced, in addition to resisted, exclusionary dynamics.
By Jamie C. Capuzza,Leland G., Spencer,Mary Alice Adams,Jace Allen,Joshua Trey Barnett,E. Tristan Booth,Peter Odell Campbell,Jenny Dixon,Thomas R. Dunn,matthew heinz,Cory Holding,Kami Kosenko,Pamela J. Lannutti,Paul Martin Lester,Kathleen Maness,Lucy J. Mill