Pushing the Envelope

Moore, Lisa C.
February 2004
Lambda Book Report;Feb2004, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p44
Features Temple University Press (TUP), publisher of books connected to gay and lesbian studies in Pennsylvania. Awards received; Information on the staff at TUP; Examples of books published by TUP.


Related Articles

  • Katz Publishes First Lesbian and Gay History Anthology. Ridinger, Robert // LGBT History, 1976-1987;2005, p86 

    The publication of the first major compilation in English of documentary sources on gays and lesbians in the United States, from colonial times to the early 1970's, helped to establish the legitimacy of gay and lesbian historical research.

  • Founding of Alyson Publications. Liddle, Kathleen // LGBT History, 1976-1987;2005, p65 

    Alyson Publications, founded in 1980, is the largest and oldest publisher still in operation that is dedicated to books focusing on gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender individuals and their families. The company helped to give more energy and inspiration to the early years of GLBT publishing.

  • Gay Writers Form the Violet Quill. Gulley, N. Y. // LGBT History, 1976-1987;2005, p80 

    The Violet Quill would change the world of publishing and literature, creating an open environment in which writing about gay topics in a way that did not compromise the true gay experience was acceptable.

  • PUBLICATIONS NOTED & ANNOUNCEMENTS.  // Lesbian -- Gay Law Notes;Oct2004, p206 

    Presents publications and announcements on legal developments involving gays and lesbians in the U.S. Job vacancies for staff attorney position for the American Civil Liberties Union; Free program offered by the LGBT Rights Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York; Legal...

  • Nov.-Dec. 2005: "Sweet Bird of Youth" Schneider Jr., Richard // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p5 

    The editorial mentions the November-December 2005 "youth issue" of the "Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide". The author had previously felt that special demographic-group issues suggested a "ghettoization" of the gay community. He states that his publishing strategy has been to develop themes and...

  • WISCONSIN.  // Advocate;5/8/90, Issue 550, p24 

    Reports that gays in Madison, Wisconsin, will work to defeat the school-board bids of Earl Keilley and Dennis Neibuhr, candidate who have reservations about allowing gay history to be taught in public schools.

  • National dialogue on gay and lesbian issues and Catholicism. Anderson, George M. // America;4/5/1997, Vol. 176 Issue 11, p8 

    Reports on the gay and lesbian issues and Catholicism. Two main presenters of the symposium entitled `The Church Teaching/Teaching the Church'; Observation of Sister Farley on the question on the relationship of the same-sex; Focus of the presentation of Father Peddicord; Two polarities...

  • Helping students understand and accept sexual diversity.  // Education Digest;Dec91, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p53 

    Presents a condensed version of an article by James T. Sears from `Education al Leadership,' which states that many students experience intimidation and suffer in fearful silence within our nation's schools because they are gay or bisexual. Recently passed resolutions by the National Education...

  • Things are queer. Weinberg, Jonathan // Art Journal;Winter96, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p11 

    Focuses on Duane Michael's series of photographs `Things Are Queer.' Photographs' focus on the world itself; Series as an allegory for the ambitions of lesbian and gay studies to investigate the mechanisms by which a society claims to know gender and sexuality.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics