Part I: Practices, Identities, Communities.
Part II: The Cultural Construction of Gender and Sexuality.
Part III: Sexual Citizenship And The Nation-State.
Part IV: Transnationalizing Sexualities.
- Brings together important essays that have helped to establish sexuality as one of the most vital areas of study in the humanities and social sciences.
- Includes an introduction that comprehensively maps this newly emerging field, as well as provides a context for the pivotal scholarship included in the volume.
- Discusses key issues in the field, including sexual politics, cultural construction of sexuality, transnationalism, race, community, sexual citizenship and the nation-state.
- Functions as a primary text for introductory as well as advanced courses, as a general introduction to the field, and as a scholarly resource.