Edited by Graham Willett and David Phillips
An anthology of some of the papers from the first two conferences on Australia’s Homosexual Histories.
- Cross dressing, sexual (mis)representation and homosexual desire, 1863-1893 Lucy Chesser
- Policing the ‘abominable crime’ in nineteenth century Victoria Adam Carr
- ‘And merrily rang the bells’: gender-crossing and same-sex marriage in Australia, 1900-1940 Ruth Ford
- The origins of homosexual politics in Australia Graham Willett
- Coming out, ready or not: gay liberation politics in Queensland, 1970s-1980s Clive Moore
- Did we manage to kill ‘the family’?: the media whirwind that was Kenton Penley Miller
- Gay liberation and the paradox of bisexuality Steven Angelides
- CAMP Inc. and the creation of the ‘open’ homosexual Robert Reynolds
- The homosexual lifestyle hypothesis and the social construction of knowledge about AIDS Paul Sendziuk
- Homosexuality and the Melbourne Truth: an annotated listing, 1913-45 Wayne Murdoch
Published by The Australian Centre for Lesbian and Gay Research and the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives, 2000.
221 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
A$20.00 ($15.00 for AQuA members) plus $7 postage within Australia.