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Combining an historical overview with interviews and case studies in Poland, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, Conor O’Dwyer analyzes the development and impact of LGBT movements in post-communist Eastern and Central Europe.
An examination of the efforts of faith-based organizations to expand the rights of the formerly incarcerated The use of religion to rehabilitate and redeem formerly incarcerated individuals has been a cultural touchstone of the modern era.
A definitive collection of original essays on queer politics.
Demonstrates that the efforts to contest conventional racial categorization contributed to broader discussions in black America that still resonate today.
The Path to Gay Rights is the first social science analysis of how and why the LGBTQ movement in the US achieved its most unexpected victory---transforming gay people from a despised group into a minority worthy of rights and protections.
An introduction to the ways in which ordinary Muslim Americans practice their faith.
Aishah al-Bauniyyah of Damascus was one of the great women scholars in Islamic history.