Colonialism and Homosexuality
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Description: Colonial lands provided a haven for many Europeans whose sexual inclinations did not fit neatly into the constraints of European society. This book offers a thorough investigation of the connections between homosexuality and European colonialism.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publication date: 12/23/2002
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
|Introduction: the seduction of the colonies|
|Prologue: the art of colonial homosexual love|
|Colonials and homosexuality|
|The sex life of explorers|
|Captains of empire|
|The company of men|
|Writers' lives and letters|
|Artists and homoerotic 'Orientalism'|
|Scandals and tragedies|
|Sites of colonial homosexuality|
|Sex in settler societies: the case of Australia|
|Sex in the South Seas: Melanesia|
|The British (and others) in South Asia|
|Forster, Masood, Mohammed and the maharajah|
|The French in North Africa|
|The end of empire|
|Anti-colonialism and homosexuality|
|Epilogue: after the empire|