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Gay and Lesbian Cultures in France

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Lucille Cairns

Contents: Lucille Cairns: Introduction – David M. Halperin: Gay identity after Foucault – Christopher Robinson: Identity and the pragmatics of reading – Michael Sibalis: ‘La Lesbian and Gay Pride’ in Paris: community, commerce and carnival – Steve Wharton: Pédés, PACS et pognon: establishing a community of French gay citizens? – Alastair Duncan: Gay men in the French AIDS-prevention campaigns, 1987-1998: a place in the Republic? – Pierre-Olivier de Busscher: Transformations du champ de l’homosexualité en France (1989-1998) – Rommel Mendès-Leite/Bruno Proth: Les volontaires de la lutte contre le sida: statut sérologique et paradoxes de l’engagement (Le cas du groupe de prévention gay de l’association Aides-Paris) – Hélène de Monferrand: Une fin heureuse – Margaret-Anne Hutton: No gun, but still pleased to see you: Anne Rambach’s Tokyo ‘polar’ trilogy – Lucille Cairns: Identity or difference? The ontology of lesbianism in contemporary French realist fiction – Marie-Hélène Bourcier: Material girls en guerre contre Madonna et ‘le queer’: le ‘woman-identified’ lesbianisme radical en France de 2002 à 1980 – Gareth Lynn: Looking for the Other: gay men and AIDS films – Owen Heathcote: S(h)aming the Other: repetition, abjection and the culture of redemption in Vincent Borel’s Un ruban noir, Guillaume Dustan’s Dans ma chambre and Éric Jourdan’s Sexuellement incorrect – Ian H. Magedera: Jean Genet and the ontological perversion of sexual desire – Douglas Morrey: Tricks and risks: Hervé Guibert’s L’Incognito, or the dynamics of contagion – Murray Pratt: The diary of Neaud’s body: approaching the subject of heterocentricity.