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Queer Masculinities, 1550-1800

Siting Same-Sex Desire in the Early Modern World

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Hardback

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This book offers the most up to the minute snapshot of scholarship on queer/gay historiographies in a number of geographical regions in western Europe, Asia and the US. It features the work of the most established scholars in the field of the history of same-sex desire and promises to take the study of same-sex relations in the early modern period in radical new directions.

Author Biography

KATHERINE O'DONNELL is Lecturer in Feminist Theory in the Women's Education, Research and Resource Centre (WERRC) at University College Dublin. She has published several articles on Eighteenth-Century Ireland. MICHAEL O'ROURKE is a teaching Fellow in the School of English at University College Dublin. With Katherine O'Donnell, he edited Love, Sex, Friendship and Intimacy Between Men, 1550-1800 (Palgrave 2003). He has published several articles on gender theory and French philosophy.
Release date NZ
December 6th, 2005
Contributors
Edited by K. O'Donnell Edited by M. O'Rourke
Country of Publication
United States
Edition
2006 ed.
Illustrations
XXIX, 257 p.
Imprint
Palgrave Macmillan
Pages
257
Dimensions
140x216x20
ISBN-13
9781403920447
Product ID
2250411

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