Friday, 7 March 2008

New Resource - Sexualities

A new issue of Sexualities is available online:
1 February 2008; Vol. 11, No. 1-2
The below Table of Contents is available online at:
Studying Sexualities for a Better World? Ten Years of Sexualities
Ken Plummer
Sexualities 2008;11 7-22
Visions of Sexualities: Abstract and Introduction
Ken Plummer
Sexualities 2008;11 23-24
Visions of Sexual Politics
Dennis Altman
Sexualities 2008;11 24-27
Traps We Set Ourselves
Jeffrey Weeks
Sexualities 2008;11 27-33
Ordinary Sex
Stevi Jackson
Sexualities 2008;11 33-37
Sexualities Future, Present, Past . . . Towards Transsectionalities
Jeff Hearn
Sexualities 2008;11 37-46
The Drive for Sexual Equality
Gert Hekma
Sexualities 2008;11 46-50
People of Darkness
Alan Sinfield
Sexualities 2008;11 51-53
Prognosis: More Pharmasex
Leonore Tiefer
Sexualities 2008;11 53-59
The Pornography of Reality
Simon Hardy
Sexualities 2008;11 60-64
Analysing Sexualities in the Shadow of War: Islam in Iran, the West and the Work of Reimagining Human Rights
Matthew Waites
Sexualities 2008;11 64-73
Personal Observations on Changes in Sexology by a Formerly Hesitant and Fearful Researcher who is now Awed by the Emergence of a Vast and Rapidly Changing Field
Vern L. Bullough
Sexualities 2008;11 74-77
Abstract and Introduction
Róisín Ryan-Flood
Sexualities 2008;11 79-80
Cool Heads and Hot Hearts
Don Kulick
Sexualities 2008;11 80-86
Arguments, Citations, Traces: Rich and Foucault and the Problem of Heterosexuality
Beth Schneider
Sexualities 2008;11 86-93
Compulsory Sexuality and the Desiring Woman
Hilary Radner
Sexualities 2008;11 94-100
Locating Economics within Sexuality Studies
Jon Binnie
Sexualities 2008;11 100-103
Rethinking Nationalism in Relation to Foucault's History of Sexuality and Adrienne Rich's `Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence'
Desiree Lewis
Sexualities 2008;11 104-109
Truths and (Mis)representations: Adrienne Rich, Michel Foucault and Sexual Subjectivities in India
Paul Boyce
Sexualities 2008;11 110-119
`Taking it Like a Man': Masculinity and Barebacking Online
Gary W. Dowsett, Herukhuti Williams, Ana Ventuneac, and Alex Carballo-Diéguez
Sexualities 2008;11 121-141
The Soldier and the Terrorist: Sexy Nationalism, Queer Violence
Adi Kuntsman
Sexualities 2008;11 142-170
'Elvis Died and I was Born': Black African Men Negotiating Same-Sex Desire in London
Lesley Doyal, Sara Paparini, and Jane Anderson
Sexualities 2008;11 171-192
Legalizing Love in a Cold Climate: The History, Consequences and Recent Developments of Registered Partnership in Scandinavia
Jens Rydström
Sexualities 2008;11 193-226
Gay Asian Sexual Health in Australia: Governing HIV/AIDS, Racializing Biopolitics and Performing Conformity
Audrey Yue
Sexualities 2008;11 227-244
Negotiating Social Stigma Among Gay Asian Men
Maurice Kwong-Lai Poon and Peter Trung-Thu Ho
Sexualities 2008;11 245-268
Book Review: Jeffrey Weeks, The World We Have Won: The Remaking of Erotic and Intimate Life. London and New York: Routledge, 2007. 269pp. ISBN 978—0—415—42201—7 (pbk). £21.99
Róisín Ryan-Flood
Sexualities 2008;11 269-270
Vern Leroy Bullough (1928—2006)
Richard F. Docter
Sexualities 2008;11 271-272

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