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AIDS campaigns: putting the message across  / M. Nuttall, E. Cruwys.

British Medical Journal, 304 (1992) 6819 (11 jan), p. 123
bron: British Medical Journal jaargang: 304 (1992) 6819 (11 jan), p. 123
samenvatting: Ingezonden brief waarin, n.a.v. aidsvoorlichting onder de Inuit van groenland, wordt gepleit voor meer op verschillende culturele groepen gerichte aids-preventiecampagnes.

signatuur: copie (aids)

AIDS campaigns: putting the message across
copie (aids)
M. Nuttall, E. Cruwys.
British Medical Journal
(11 jan)

Criminally Queer : Homosexuality and Criminal Law in Scandinavia, 1842-1999  / 

ed. Jens Rydström and Kati Mustola.Amsterdam: Aksant, 2007 - 312 p.: ill.
uitgave: Amsterdam: Aksant, 2007 - 312 p.: ill.
annotatie: Bibliogr.: (291)-311.
samenvatting: This book provides a coherent history of criminal law and homosexuality in Scandinavia 1842-1999, a period during which same-sex love was outlawed or subject to more or less severe legal restrictions in the Scandinavian penal codes. This was the case in most countries in Northern Europe, but the book argues that the development in Scandinavia was different, partly determined by the structure of the welfare state. Five of the most experienced scholars of the history of homosexuality in the region (Jens Rydström, Kati Mustola, Wilhelm von Rosen, Martin Skaug Halsos and Thorgerdur Thorvaldsdóttir) describe how same-sex desire has been regulated in their respective countries during the past 160 years. The authors with their backgrounds in history, sociology, and gender studies represent an interdisciplinary approach to the problem of criminalization of same-sex sexuality. Their contributions, consisting for the most part of previously unpublished material, present for the first time a comprehensive history of homosexuality in Scandinavia. Among other things, it includes the most extensive study yet written in any language about Iceland?s gay and lesbian history. Also for the first time, the book discusses in detail same-sex sexuality between women before the law in modern society and presents previously unpublished findings on this topic. Female homosexuality was outlawed in Eastern Scandinavia, but not in the Western parts of this region. It also analyzes the modern tendency to include lesbian women in the criminal discourse as an effect of the medicalization of homosexuality and the growing influence of medical discourse on the law. Full tekst op: http://www.oapen.org/search?identifier=353810

signatuur: cat. (crimi/que) b


dgb grijs

Criminally Queer : Homosexuality and Criminal Law in Scandinavia, 1842-1999
cat. (crimi/que) b ODE3 dgb grijs
ed. Jens Rydström and Kati Mustola.

Challenging the visibility paradigm: Tracing ambivalences in lesbian migrant women's negotiations of sexual identity  / Mia Liinason

Journal of Lesbian Studies, 24 (2020) 2 (apr-jun), p. 110-125
bron: Journal of Lesbian Studies jaargang: 24 (2020) 2 (apr-jun), p. 110-125
samenvatting: In this article, I want to illuminate a more diverse image of lesbian lives in the Nordic region than what is often assumed through Western-centric notions of the global queer community and of "out and proud" visibility. Moving beyond dichotomous divisions between visibility and invisibility, I approach in/visibility as an ambivalent, ambiguous, and performative concept. My fieldwork data illuminate that non-heterosexual migrant women in this context do not primarily subscribe to a so-called ?Western? visibility paradigm. I analyze how non-heterosexual migrant women, primarily Muslim, exercise ownership of their sexual identities and how they negotiate the degree to which their romantic and sexual relations become - or do not - points of discussion. As these women were involved in multi-layered negotiations in relation to their families, queer communities, and nations, their positionings in relation to the visibility paradigm differed. However, on a general level, their positionings could be interpreted as simultaneously in and out of the closet, or neither in nor out. These ambivalences and ambiguities, I suggest, illuminate the need to challenge the visibility/invisibility divide, and highlight the importance of paying attention to multiple, context-specific, and intersecting forms of power. Drawing on these discussions, I propose the need to rethink notions of community, family, and home within a framework of queer livability.

signatuur: ts.

Challenging the visibility paradigm: Tracing ambivalences in lesbian migrant women's negotiations of sexual identity
Mia Liinason
Journal of Lesbian Studies


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