Gay Latino Studies: A Critical Reader (Critical Reader (Paperback))

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"Gay Latino Studies is a startlingly original collection of essays on the culture and social worlds of gay Latinos. Using a wonderful format that pairs essays with response pieces, the volume as a whole reads like a sparkling conversation full of wit, insight, cultural relevance and political critique. Covering a wide range of topics from gay shame and shamelessness to dance and sexual identity to the impact of HIV on gay Latino communities, Gay Latino Studies will quickly find its way onto bookshelves and into classrooms around the world." Judith Halberstam, author of Female Masculinity "This collection will be an indispensable reference for any scholar working in queer or Latina/o studies. With its broad disciplinary and theoretical scope, it effectively establishes the field of gay Latino studies. It will shape the questions posed in this realm of study for some time to come." Ramon Saldivar, author of The Borderlands of Culture: Americo Paredes and the Transnational Imaginary

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The authors of the essays in this unique collection explore the lives and cultural contributions of gay Latino men in the United States, while also analyzing the political and theoretical stakes of gay Latino studies. In new essays and influential previously published pieces, Latino scholars based in American studies, ethnic studies, history, performance studies, and sociology consider gay Latino scholarly and cultural work in relation to mainstream gay, lesbian, and queer academic discourses and the broader field of Chicano and Latino studies. They also critique cultural explanations of gay Latino sexual identity and behaviour, examine artistic representations of queer Latinidad, and celebrate the place of dance in gay Latino culture. Designed to stimulate dialogue, the collection pairs each essay with a critical response by a prominent Latino/a or Chicana/o scholar. Terms such as gay, identity, queer, and visibility are contested throughout the volume; the significance of these debates is often brought to the fore in the commentaries. The essays in Gay Latino Studies complement and overlap with the groundbreaking work of lesbians of colour and critical race theorists, as well as queer theorists and gay and lesbian studies scholars. Taken together, they offer much-needed insight into the lives and perspectives of gay, bisexual, and queer Latinos, and they renew attention to the politics of identity and coalition. Contributors: Tomas Almaguer; Luz Calvo; Lionel Cantu; Daniel Contreras; Catriona Rueda Esquibel; Ramon Garcia; Ramon A. Gutierrez; Michael Hames-Garcia; Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes; Maria Lugones; Ernesto J. Martinez; Paula M. L. Moya; Jose Esteban Munoz; Frances Negron-Muntaner; Ricardo L. Ortiz; Daniel Enrique Perez; Ramon H. Rivera-Servera; Richard T. Rodriguez; David Roman; Horacio N. Roque Ramirez; Antonio Viego

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