Books and Links

Issue 33.3
This issue is continuously updated to include interviews with authors, book reviews, and links to other related websites.



On the Semiotic Basis of Knowledge and Ethics
An Interview with Susan Petrilli and Augusto Ponzio
about their new book, Semiotics Unbound

The Perilous and Imperiled Black Family Romance
Sujata Moorti interviews Candice M. Jenkins about her new book, Private Lives, Proper Relations: Regulating Black Intimacy.

Family, Sexuality, Gender, Art
Jo-Anne Berelowitz interviews Vivien Green-Fryd about her new book, Art and the Crisis of Marriage
    By JO-ANNE BERELOWITZ Text Only Version

Stage Door Jennies:
Brett Farmer interviews Stacy Wolf about her New Book, A Problem Like Maria: Gender and Sexuality in the American Musical.
    By BRETT FARMER Text Only Version

Refashioning Masculine Identity
(2003) Jo-Anne Berelowitz interviews Martin A. Berger about his book: Man Made: Thomas Eakins and the Construction of Gilded Age Manhood.
    By JO-ANNE BERELOWITZ Text Only Version

Labor Camp
(2002) Brett Farmer interviews Matthew Tinkcom about his New Book, Working Like a Homosexual: Camp, Capital, Cinema
    By BRETT FARMER Text Only Version

American Formalist Aesthetics
and the Gendered Body

(2002) Jo-Anne Berelowitz interviews Marcia Brennan
about her New Book, Painting Gender, Constructing Theory,
The Alfred Stieglitz Circle and American Formalist Aesthetics
    By JO-ANNE BERELOWITZ Text Only Version

The Evolution of a Lesbian Icon
(2001) Annamarie Jagose interviews Laura Doan about her New Book, Fashioning Sapphism: The Origins of a Modern English Lesbian Culture
    By ANNAMARIE JAGOSE Text Only Version

A Journey Shared
(2001) Ursula Biemann's Been There and Back to Nowhere:
Gender in Transnational Spaces
    By JO-ANNE BERELOWITZ Text Only Version

Hollywood Homosexuals
(2001) Annamarie Jagose interviews Brett Farmer about His New Book, Spectacular Passions: Cinema, Fantasy, Gay Male Spectatorships
    By ANNAMARIE JAGOSE Text Only Version

Hollywood Lesbians
(2001) Annamarie Jagose interviews Patricia White about Her Latest Book, Uninvited: Classical Hollywood Cinema and Lesbian Representability
    By ANNAMARIE JAGOSE Text Only Version

Queer World Making
(2000) Annamarie Jagose interviews Michael Warner
    By ANNAMARIE JAGOSE Text Only Version

Masculinity Without Men
(1999) Interview with Judith Halberstam About Her Latest Book,
Female Masculinity
    By ANNAMARIE JAGOSE Text Only Version


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Ann Kibbey, Executive Editor
UCB 226
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309

A politically leftish as well as feminist journal, published since 1974. Now online as an open-access journal. Focuses on the analysis of the aesthetics and politics of media. The first 48 issues are also available on the site for free. Edited by Julia Lesage,Chuck Kleinhans, and John Hess.

Carribbean Cultural Studies
This site originates at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad. It features a bibliography of published sources on the Caribbean; paintings, photographs, and drawings by Caribbean artists; a film and video bibliography of works by Caribbean artists; links to relevant associations, journals and related sites in cultural studies. There is also a forum.

Blithe House Quarterly
Now in its eighth year of online publication, Blithe House Quarterly features new short stories by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) authors -- both emerging and established. With an average of over 24,000 readers per issue, Blithe House Quarterly is the most widely read of LGBT literary periodicals. OUT Magazine has called us "the central publishing arm of new queer fiction." A recipient of Encyclopaedia Britannica's Internet Guide Award, we are also a featured site on internet hubs.

Gender Forum
Interactive platform for the discussion of literary, cultural and political trends in gender studies and women's studies. The articles and reviews of each issue are to serve as catalysts for invited commentary.
The journal also contains an extensive collection of links.

Alt-X Online Network
The Alt-X Online Network, "where the digerati meet the literati," announces the release of eight original ebook and Palm titles, featuring both well known and emerging international artists and writers. The eight titles inaugurated here include previously unpublished work by postmodern fiction masters George Chambers, Ron Sukenick and Raymond Federman, screen-based auteur Nile Southern, new media stars Mark Amerika, Eugene Thacker, Adrienne Eisen, and Alan Sondheim, and a collection of Neuromantic Fiction from the Black Ice magazine archives. As part of Alt-X's longstanding strategy of utilizing the strengths of world wide web publishing, these ebook and Palm titles will be available to readers for free without corporate advertising.

An interesting electronic journal of theory, technology, and culture. Articles, interviews, and reviews of texts and media events. Contributors have included Kathy Acker and Jean Baudrillard.

Resources on Media, Gender and Identity
This recently developed site has text, pictures and reviews relating to queer theory, gendered identities, media influences, Foucault, and more. Plus an interactive quiz (!). Described by The Guardian as "nice".

"Voice of the Shuttle:
Web Page for Humanities Research"

The most comprehensive and up to date academic site for links to other indexes, journals, and articles. Easy to search. An excellent place to begin research.

"University of Iowa Communication Studies: Links to Communication Studies Resources"
Contains hundreds of links to pop culture, film, gender, race, LesBiGay, and social sciences studies.

New York Public Library
Access page to the digital library collections. Includes full texts of books by women writers in the Schomberg Collection, and online art and music exhibitions.

Journal of Postmodern Culture
A peer reviewed journal about postmodern literature and culture that began publication in 1990. This link will take you to the current issue and other information about the journal. This site also contains all back issues of the journal.

Gay and Lesbian Studies: A Research Guide
Bibliography, interdisciplinary in scope, some of it annotated. Based on the New York Public Library holdings in humanities and social sciences, but useful to anyone looking for a detailed overview of research publications including journals, books, and other resources.

"The Feminist Majority"
Major U.S. non-profit ogranization with political activities, both national and international. News, resources, and opportunities to participate in ongoing political actions.

Science Fiction Studies
A refereed scholarly journal that publishes articles, interviews, and reviews covering the fields of science fiction and utopian fiction. Includes abstracts of every article, full texts of every review, and selected major essays published in the journal since its founding in 1973. It also features important documents in the history of science fiction, links to interesting and useful sf sites, and a bibliography of sf criticism.

The Oscholars
Records, describes and promotes research into Oscar Wilde and His Circle, including issues of identity, class, gender and interpretation.

Women in Judaism
A multidisciplinary journal taking a variety of approaches. Academic articles. Fiction and essays on contemporary Jewish issues. Link to encyclopedia on this topic.

Comparative Literature and Culture
CLCWeb is a peer-reviewed quarterly of new work in the field. In addition to publishing articles and book review articles, the journal maintains a Library with bibliographies, selected research material and syllabi, an international directory of scholars in the field, and a moderated listserv.

A leftist, interdisciplinary cultural studies journal and community. Articles, book reviews, review essays, newsletter.




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