Sexuality

For Cultural Anthropology 2018-2019 we read chapter 8 on “Sexuality” in the Guest textbook Cultural Anthropology: Tools for a Global Age. We also read “Life During Wartime: Emotions and the Development of ACT UP” by Deborah Gould in Guest’s Reader for a Global Age. This was also a place for comments on the selection from Under Bright Lights: Gay Manila and the Global Scene by Bobby Benedicto.

Update June 2019, see Happy Pride Month on the CASTAC Platypus blog: “In support and solidarity with LGBTQIA+/Queer people around the world, we’re celebrating Pride Month with a collection of some of our most popular queer content from the blog. We take this moment to recognize the valuable contributions LGBTQIA+/Queer people make to our fields, our society, and our lives.”


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