Description - The Dictionary of Homophobia by Louis-Georges Tin
The translation of Dictionnaire de L'Homophobie, published to great acclaim in France by University Press of France, the book is the work of 70 researchers and writers in 15 countries and includes over 175 essays on various aspects of gay and lesbian history, specifically that of gay rights and homophobia. A scholarly, yet plain-spoken and accessible volume, this is the perfect resource for anyone interested in the subject matter.
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(245mm x 177mm x 28mm)
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Author Biography - Louis-Georges Tin
Louis-Georges Tin was a student of Ecole Normale Superieure and has a PhD in Renaissance Studies. On May 17, 2005, he launched the first International Day Against Homophobia, now celebrated in more than 50 countries in the world, and officially recognized by the European Parliament. He is professor of French literature at the Universite d'Orleans, France. Marek Redburn is a translator and writer living in Montreal, Canada.