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Sexuality and gender at home : experience, politics, transgression / edited by Brent Pilkey, Rachael M. Scicluna, Ben Campkin and Barbara Penner
Bib ID 7423520
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Online Access
Description London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2017 
1 online resource () : illustrations. 
ISBN 9781474239639 ((electronic bk.))
1474239633 ((electronic bk.))
Invalid ISBN 9781474239622

Home (Bloomsbury)

Full contents
  • Title page; Copyright page; List of figures; List of contributors; Series preface: Why home?; Preface; References; Introduction; Experience, politics, transgression; Structure of the book; Note; References; Part One Making home; Introduction: Making home; References; Chapter 1 Class, sexuality and home in interwar London; 1 Kensington Palace Gardens; 34 Gordon Square; Kensal House; Conclusion; Notes; References; Chapter 2 Unhousing sexuality: Sexuality and singlehood in Singapore's public housing; Introduction; 'Shall we get married?': Housing the nation, unhousing sexuality
  • Bodies at home: Three single women in Singapore's public housingConclusion; Notes; References; Chapter 3 Negotiating sexual relationships and alternative domesticities in shared households in England; Introduction; Shared living, home and family; Negotiating intimacy in shared housing; Towards multiple meanings and experiences of home and sexuality; Acknowledgements; Note; References; Chapter 4 Making a house a home: Children and the meanings of home among gay men in the United States1; Gay men and parenthood; Do the right thing; 'We're not gay anymore'; Home as a moral centre; Notes
  • Introduction: Home, sexuality and anthropologyAnthropological practice in Brighton and Hove; Home as a political spatial landscape; Home as an ideal social and moral place to understand group dynamics; The plumber as the epitome of heteronormativity in daily practice at home; The neighbours, home and sexuality; Concluding reflections; Notes; References; Chapter 9 Que(e)rying homonormativity: The everyday politics of lesbian and gay homemaking; (Up)setting the (domestic) scene; The problem with homonormativity; Transformative domesticities and quiet politics; Democratizing homemaking; Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web. 
Subjects Sex role.  |  Sex (Psychology)  |  Gender identity.  |  Homosexuality.  |  Heterosexuality.
Other authors/contributors Pilkey, Brent, editor  |  Scicluna, Rachael M., editor  |  Campkin, Ben, editor  |  Penner, Barbara, 1970- editor  |  EBSCOhost


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