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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Acknowledgments Gay Shame Beyond Gay Pride David M. Halperin and Valerie Traub Why Gay Shame Now? David M. Halperin Performing Shame Shame, Theatricality, and Queer Performativity: Henry James'sThe Art of the Novel Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick Mario Montez, For Shame Douglas Crimp White-on-White: The Overbearing Whiteness of Warhol Being Taro Nettleton BoricuaGazing: An Interview with Frances Negron-Muntaner Rita Gonzalez Spectacles of Shame Shame on Me Elisabeth Ladenson On the Uses of Shame and Gifts of a Bloodmobile: Musings from a Musical Queer Apprenticeship Nadine Hubbs Shame on Me, or The Naked Truth about Me and Marlene Dietrich David Caron Teaching Shame Ellis Hanson Shameful Fantasies: Cross-Gender Queer Sex in Lesbian Erotic Fiction Amalia Ziv Excluding Shame Leo Bersani Disabled Shame Shameful Sites: Locating Queerness and Disability Robert McRuer Slipping Abby Wilkerson Where Is the Truth in Painting Today? Dylan Scholinski Tough Terry Galloway Sex, Shame, and Disability Identity: With Reference to Mark O'Brien Tobin Siebers Histories of Shame The Shame of Queer History/Queer Histories of Shame Helmut Puff The Shame of Gay Pride in Early AIDS Activism Deborah B. Gould Emotional Rescue Heather K. Love The Trouble with Shame George Chauncey Pleasures and Dangers of Shame Michael Warner Shamefully Gay: Documents from the Labadie Collection Julie Herrada and Tim Retzloff Communities of Shame How Might We Create a Collectivity That We Would Want to Belong To? Barry D. Adam Scandalous Acts: The Politics of Shame among BrazilianTravestiProstitutes Don Kulick and Charles Klein "Plunge Into Your Shame" Neil Bartlett Gay Shame and the Politics of Identity Jennifer Moon A Little Humility Gayle Rubin Enactivism: The Movie Dennis Allen, Jaime Hovey, and Judith Roof On the DVD Totally Kickball, or The. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: Ever since the 1969 Stonewall Riots, “gay pride” has been the rallying cry of the gay rights movement and the political force behind the emergence of the field of lesbian and gay studies. But has something been lost, forgotten, or buried beneath the drive to transform homosexuality from a perversion to a proud social identity? Have the political requirements of gay pride repressed discussion of the more uncomfortable or undignified aspects of homosexuality?
Gay Shame seeks to lift this unofficial ban on the investigation of homosexuality and shame by presenting critical work from the most vibrant frontier in contemporary queer studies. An esteemed list of contributors tackles a range of issues—questions of emotion, disreputable sexual histories, dissident gender identities, and embarrassing figures and moments in gay history—as they explore the possibility of reclaiming shame as a new, even productive, way to examine lesbian and gay culture.  Accompanied by a DVD collection of films, performances, and archival imagery, Gay Shame constitutes nothing less than a major redefinition and revitalization of the field.

About the Author: David M. Halperin is the W. H. Auden Collegiate Professor of the History and Theory of Sexuality at the University of Michigan and the author ofHow to Do the History of Homosexuality, also published by the University of Chicago Press.Valerie Traub is professor of English and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan and the author ofThe Renaissance of Lesbianism in Early Modern England.

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