[Air-L] Queer online

Han N. Lee hnlee at comm.umass.edu
Wed Oct 3 18:34:20 PDT 2007


In addition to what other people have already suggested, here are some more:

Lee, Han N. 2007. Queering race in cyberspace. In Media queered:
Visibility and its discontents, ed. Kevin G. Barnhurst, 243-260. New
York, NY: Peter Lang.

Monaghan, Lee F. 2005. Big handsome men, bears and others: Virtual
construction of 'fat male embodiment'. Body & Society 11,(2): 81-111.

Wright, Les K. 1997. The bear book: Readings in the history and
evolution of a gay male subculture. New York, NY: Haworth Press.

Wright, Les K. 2001. The bear book II: Further readings in the history
and evolution of a gay male subculture. New York,  NY: Harrington Park

And also there was an article titled "Bear-y gay" from the Los Angeles
Times in Feb, which was about scholars's recent interests in the
beardom phenomenon:




On 10/3/07, Steven Doran <sedoran2 at uiuc.edu> wrote:
> Hi there,
> Venturing into a new area hear and was just wondering if anyone can make suggestions on good reading in the world of online queer indentity, especially Bear culture.  Anything from chat rooms to message boards to online personal ads.  All comments are welcome.
> Thanks,
> Steven Doran
> Institute for Communications Research
> University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
> sedoran2 at uiuc.edu
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