Description - Love, Sex, Intimacy and Friendship Between Men, 1550-1800 by Katherine O'Donnell
This book gathers the most recent scholarship on the historicization of masculinity by the most original and widely respected thinkers in the field. By using the analytical tools of Queer Theory these interdisciplinary scholars have reconfigured the history of sexuality in radically altering how we think about sexuality and how we write history.
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Author Biography - Katherine O'Donnell
KATHERINE O'DONNELL is Head of Women's Studies in the School of Social Justice, University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland. She has published widely on the topic of Eighteenth-century Irish literature. She has edited Palgrave Advances in Irish History with Leeann Lane and Mary McAuliffe and Twenty-First Century Lesbian Studies, with Noreen Giffney (Harrington Press). MICHAEL O'ROURKE is the editor (also with Katherine O'Donnell) of Queer Masculinities,1550-1800: Siting Same-Sex Desire in the Early Modern World (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006) and (with Noreen Giffney)