2000–2004 Timeline

2000–2004 Timeline Items

  • Aberrations in Black: Toward a Queer of Color Critique
    In this book, Ferguson addresses a lack of consideration of sexuality in the construction of intersectional identities that historically had only included considerations of poverty, race, and economic discrimination. He reveals how the discourses of sexuality are used to articulate theories of racial difference in the field of sociology. This book is available through Inter Library Loan through the Davidson College Library.
  • Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment
    In this book, Collins analyzes the intersectional marginalization of black women - she writes, "Race and gender may be analytically distinct, but in Black women’s everyday lives, they work together.” Despite this marginalization, Collins explores the words and ideas produced by intellectual black feminists, providing a new theoretical framework for the interpretation of their works. This book is available in print through the Davidson College Library.
  • Out in the South
    This book is an edited volume of narratives pertaining to being out in the South. This book is not holistically centered on race, but it does include works such as David Knapp Whittier's "Race And Gay Community In Southern Town," Bonnie R. Strickland's "Leaving the Confederate Closet," and Charles I. Nero's "Black Gay Men And White Gay Men: A Less Than Perfect Union."This book is available electronically through the Davidson College Library.
  • The Color of Sex: Whiteness, Heterosexuality, and the Fictions of White Supremacy
    In this book, author Mason Stokes explores the relationship between whiteness and heterosexuality. Stokes analyzes historical white supremacist texts and exposes whiteness as a tangled network of racial and sexual desire. This book is available through the Davidson College Library in both print and electronic form.
  • Celebrate Diversity
  • Day of Silence
  • Same Sex Marriage? Christian ethicist says yes
  • Gay Alumni Welcomed to Campus
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