Homosexuality in French History and Culture
Deconstruct changing representations of homosexuality with this important new work of cultural criticism! Homosexuality in French History and Culture explores episodes, patterns, and images of same-sex attraction in France from the sixteenth to the twenty-first century, from the essays of Michel de Montaigne to pride parades in contemporary Paris. This groundbreaking book documents the ways homosexuality has been named, experienced, regulated, understood, and imagined. During these centuries, homosexuality has been stigmatized as a sin, crime, or disease, and denounced as a threat to social order and national identity. Yet the rhetoric of condemnation has always co-existed with the reality of toleration. This groundbreaking collection analyzes the ways in which persecutions, as well as differences within minority sexual subcultures, have highlighted stereotypes and anxieties about class and age differences, gendered roles, and separatism. Homosexuality in French History and Culture offers historical and literary studies based on a wide variety of sources, including:
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Female Friendship as the Foundation of Love in Madeleine de Scudérys Histoire de Sapho
Masculinity and Satires of Sodomites in France 16601715
The Abominable Madame de Murat
The Italian Taste in the Time of Louis XVI 177492
The Case of JacquesFrançois Pascal
Sapphic Separatism in Late EighteenthCentury France
Pederasts Prostitutes and Pickpockets in Paris of the 1870s
Male SameSex Sexuality in Belle Epoque Print Culture
Homosexuality in the French Colonies
A New Precious Society?
The Birth of a French Homosexual Press in the 1950s
The Homosexual Liberation Groups in France Between 1975 and 1978
Two Aspects of the Same Refusal of the Other?
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