Saturday, August 29, 2009


Queer Mobilizations: LGBT Activists Confront the Law

Edited by Scott Barclay, Mary Bernstein and Anna-Maria Marshall for the NYU Press:

“Queer Mobilizations is one of precious few volumes that manages to bridge divisions between legal and cultural analysis and between scholarship and partisanship. Brilliantly interdisciplinary, moving fluidly between ‘theory’ and empirical-legal analysis, these essays force us to approach law as central to the current struggles over the American erotic landscape. A truly must read!”— Steven Seidman, author of Beyond the Closet: The Transformation of Gay and Lesbian Life

“What is the complicated relationship between the LGBT movement and the law? The contributors to this fascinating volume offer a rich and thoughtful analysis of this important question by exploring an array of important policy issues. Timely and well written, this book should be of keen interest to teachers, scholars, movement activists, and citizens.”— Craig A. Rimmerman, author of The Lesbian and Gay Movements: Assimilationist or Liberationist?

Learn more about Queer Mobilizations HERE.

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