An Ordered Society

all intitle inauthor inpublisher isbn lccn oclc

Info


An  Ordered Society

Bookweight -
By Statement -
Classifications -
Contributions -
Copyright Date -
Create -
Description -
Dewey Decimal Class -
Dimensions -
Download Url -
Edition Name -
First Sentence It is nearly seventy years since Alice Clark wrote her classic study of the Working Life of Women in the Seventeenth Century.
Full Title -
Genres -
Ia Box Id -
Ia Loaded Id -
Isbn10 0231099797
Isbn13 9780231099790
Isbn Invalid -
Languages /languages/eng
Latest Revision 8
Lc Classifications -
Lccn -
Location -
Notes -
Number Of Pages 203
Ocaid orderedsocietyge00amus
Oclc Number -
Oclc Numbers -
Openlibrary -
Original Isbn -
Other Titles -
Pagination -
Physical Dimensions 8.8 x 5.9 x 0.6 inches
Physical Format Paperback
Publish Country -
Publish Date April 15, 1994
Publish Places -
Publishers Columbia University Press
Purchase Url -
Revision 8
Series -
Source Records ia:orderedsocietyge00amus
Subject People -
Subject Place -
Subject Places -
Subject Time -
Subject Times -
Subjects Anthropology
Family & relationships
Sociology
History: World
Nepal
Gender Studies
General
Western Europe - General
Social Science / Sociology / General
England
Family
History
Villages
Women
Subtitle -
Table Of Contents -
Title An Ordered Society
Title Prefix -
Translated From -
Translation Of -
Uri Descriptions -
Uris -
Url -
Weight 10.6 ounces
Work Title -
Work Titles -

Additional Info


An  Ordered Society
Authors Susan Dwyer Amussen
Average Rating -
Categories Family & Relationships
Content Version 1.0.1.0.preview.0
Description The highly publicized obscenity trial of Radclyffe Hall's The Well of Loneliness (1928) is generally recognized as the crystallizing moment in the construction of a visible modern English lesbian culture, marking a great divide between innocence and deviance, private and public, New Woman and Modern Lesbian. Yet despite unreserved agreement on the importance of this cultural moment, previous studies often reductively distort our reading of the formation of early twentieth-century lesbian identity, either by neglecting to examine in detail the developments leading up to the ban or by framing events in too broad a context against other cultural phenomena. Fashioning Sapphism locates the novelist Radclyffe Hall and other prominent lesbians--including the pioneer in women's policing, Mary Allen, the artist Gluck, and the writer Bryher--within English modernity through the multiple sites of law, sexology, fashion, and literary and visual representation, thus tracing the emergence of a modern English lesbian subculture in the first two decades of the twentieth century. Drawing on extensive new archival research, the book interrogates anew a range of myths long accepted without question (and still in circulation) concerning, to cite only a few, the extent of homophobia in the 1920s, the strategic deployment of sexology against sexual minorities, and the rigidity of certain cultural codes to denote lesbianism in public culture.
Language en
Maturity Rating NOT_MATURE
Page Count 203
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 1994-01
Publisher Columbia University Press
Ratings Count -
Subtitle Gender and Class in Early Modern England
Title An Ordered Society
ISBN_100231099797
ISBN_139780231099790

Copyright © joandisalovebooks.com2017 | Sitemap