By Kevin Hillstrom, Lawrence W. Baker
Indexes the volumes (Almanac, Biographies, and first assets) within the American Civil warfare Reference Library.
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Getting beyond the closet-ghetto polarity is another way of queering our spatialised notions of homophobia and heterosexism. One of the most insidious manifestations of both homophobia and heterosexism is the persistence of a closet-ghetto polarity to describe the world of lesbian and gay (and even, to some extent, queer) spatialities. The two terms’ dominance in discussions of LGBT and queer studies implies that lesbian and gay (and even queer) lives and spaces are inevitably separate and distinct from ‘straight’ lives and spaces.
This section concludes with Michael Brown’s reﬂections on the development of political geographies of (homo)sexuality. He questions whether queer theory and broader poststructuralist critiques now operate as restrictive orthodoxies within sexual geography. His concern is to explore the potential for a tactical use of quantitative methods, GIS and other ‘scientiﬁc’ methods by critical sexual geographers in order to better intervene in policy debates from which we too often exclude ourselves. Brown’s chapter offers a timely reﬂection on the politics of doing research on sexuality that is relevant beyond the academy.
It comprises three sections each written by one of the three editors, and it represents an attempt to highlight the diverse writing styles, opinions and theoretical orientations that are often hidden in co-authored pieces of work. In offering divergent and potentially conﬂicting narratives, the conclusion ﬁnishes a book that does not seek to prescribe or dictate but rather attempts to embrace the possibilities of multiple ways of thinking about and doing geographies of sexualities. SECTION I Theories This page intentionally left blank Chapter 1 From Lesbian and Gay to Queer Geographies: Pasts, Prospects and Possibilities1 Larry Knopp Introduction Queer2 geography is often conﬂated with sexuality and space studies and/or lesbian and gay geographies.
American Civil War Reference Library, Cumulative Index by Kevin Hillstrom, Lawrence W. Baker