Stein M. (editor in chief) "Encyclopedia of LGBT history in America (3 volumes)"
Charles Scribners & Sons | 1 edition (December 5, 2003) 2004 | ISBN: 0684314274 | 474, 462, 487 Pages | PDF | 9,82, 9,66, 8,69 Mb
At a time when marriage equality is being championed and challenged, the publication of this resource on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) identities, communities, cultures, and movements in the U.S. could not be more timely. A carefully constructed entry list includes more than 500 entry subjects. A wide spectrum of subject areas is covered: people; politics; culture and the arts; academic disciplines and fields; identities, communities, and cultures; geographical locations; law and public policy; economics and labor; sex, sexuality, intimacy, and relationships; religion and spirituality; language, symbols, signs, and concepts; social life, issues, and institutions; and social, cultural, and political processes. More than 400 years of historical developments are chronicled.