American sexual politics : sex, gender, and race since the Civil War /

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Other Authors: Fout, John C., 1937-, Tantillo, Maura Shaw.
Format: Book
Published: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1993.
Table of Contents:
  • Childhood and sexual identity under slavery / Anthony S. Parent, Jr., and Susan Brown Wallace
  • The sexualization of Reconstruction politics : White women and Black men in the South after the Civil War / Martha Hodes
  • "Lost manhood" found : male sexual impotence and Victorian culture in the United States / Kevin J. Mumford
  • "The Word made Flesh" : language, authority, and sexual desire in late nineteenth-century America / Jesse F. Battan
  • A debate on the American home : the antipolygamy controversy, 1880-1890 / Joan Smyth Iversen
  • Sex radicalism in the Canadian Pacific Northwest, 1890-1920 / Angus McLaren
  • In search of "the real thing" : ideologies of love, modern romance, and women's sexual subjectivity in the United States 1920-40 / Pamela S. Haag
  • Blues notes on Black sexuality : sex and the texts of Jessie Fauset and Nella Larsen / Ann duCille.
  • (cont.) The anatomy of lynching / Robyn Wiegman
  • Danger on the home front : motherhood, sexuality, and disabled veterans in American postwar films / Sonya Michel
  • Portraits of three "physicians of conscience" : abortion before legalization in the United States / Carole Joffe
  • Disclosure and secrecy among gay men in the United States and Canada : a shift in views / Roy Cain
  • Rubber wars : struggles over the condom in the United States / Joshua Gamson
  • The return of butch and femme : a phenomenon in lesbian sexuality of the 1980s and 1990s / Lillian Faderman
  • Of purebreds and hybrids : the politics of teaching AIDS in the United States / Katherine Cummings
  • "Black gay male" discourse : reading race and sexuality between the lines / Arthur Flannigan-Saint-Aubin.