Cloth $85.00 ISBN: 9780708320129 Published July 2007 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only

'Los Invisibles'

A History of Male Homosexuality in Spain, 1850-1940

Richard Cleminson and Francisco Vásquez Garcia

Richard Cleminson and Francisco Vásquez Garcia

Distributed for University of Wales Press

311 pages | 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 | © 2007
Cloth $85.00 ISBN: 9780708320129 Published July 2007 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only
Gender studies of Spain has thus far focused almost exclusively on women, leaving the social and political history of male homosexuality virtually untouched. 'Los Invisibles' fills this significant gap in the study of Spanish culture by analyzing the effects of medical and legal regulation on male homosexuals. Drawing from the discourse of medical history, Richard Cleminson and Francisco Vázquez García evaluate the impact of psychiatry, education, race, and the growth of gay subcultures on cultural representations of homosexuality in this pioneering study.
Contents
Series Editors' Foreword
Acknowledgements
 
   Chapter One:     Introduction
   Chapter Two:    The British of the 'Invert': a Truncated
                            Process of Medicalization
 Chapter Three:    The Sexological Context, 1915-1939: Sexual Inversion,
                            Marañón's 'Intersexuality' and the 'Social Dangerousness'
                            of the Homosexual
  Chapter Four:    'Quien Con Niños de Junta': Childhood and the
                            Spectre of Homoerastia
  Chapter Five:     'In Search of Men': Regeneracionismo and the Crisis
                            of Masculinity (1898-1936)
    Chapter Six:     Homosexual Subcultures in Spain: the Intersection of Medicine,
                            Politics and Identity
Chapter Seven:    Conclusion
 
Bibliography
Index  
 
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