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After Homosexual: the legacies of gay liberation

Forty years have passed since the publication of Dennis Altman’s crucial text, Homosexual: Oppression and Liberation. On this anniversary, Carolyn D’Cruz and Mark Pendleton have compiled an impressive band of writers, activists, historians and founders of the liberation movement.

Revolution Is for Us: The Left and Gay Liberation in Australia

“Liz Ross’s provocative book challenges conventional views about the origins of modern Lesbian and Gay movements. Her insights are sure to spark debate among fighters for equal rights and liberation.” – Ali Hogg, Victorian Convenor, Equal Love

Out Here: Lesbian and Gay Perspectives 6

Out Here: Gay and Lesbian Perspectives VI

The sixth in the Gay and Lesbian Perspectives series, Out Here, is published by Monash University Publishing.

Most of the contributions were presented originally at ALGA’s 9th Australian Homosexual Histories conference in Melbourne in 2009.

Queen City of the South: Gay and Lesbian Melbourne

The articles in this special issue of the La Trobe Journal cover both historical and contemporary subjects, ranging from the relationship between the two female pastoralists, Anne Drysdale and Caroline Newcomb, to an account of how museums and libraries are now dealing with LGBT related material.

A History of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras

This book is the only overall history of Australia’s hallmark gay and lesbian event. It traces the evolution of Mardi Gras from 1978 to 1995, and is a ‘warts and all’ account of the controversies that have beset organizers.

Living Out Loud: A History of Gay and Lesbian Activism in Australia

‘…a wonderfully comprehensive history of the Australian gay and lesbian movement, which deserves to be read widely. Graham Willett is to be commended for bringing to life the history of a significant social movement, which has radically changed the way we in Australia understand sexuality and its role in social life’: Dennis Altman