The Construction of Homosexuality

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  • Paperback
  • 645 pages
  • The Construction of Homosexuality
  • David F. Greenberg
  • English
  • 07 June 2017
  • 0226306283

About the Author: David F. Greenberg

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The Construction of Homosexuality At various times, homosexuality has been considered the noblest of loves, a horrible sin, a psychological condition or grounds for torture and execution David F Greenberg s careful, encyclopedic and important new book argues that homosexuality is only deviant because society has constructed, or defined, it as deviant The book takes us over vast terrains of example and detail in the history of homosexuality Nicholas B Dirks, New York Times Book Review Free Read [ The Construction of Homosexuality ] Author [ David F. Greenberg ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Construction of Homosexuality

  1. David says:

    I found this book on my partner s bookshelf, having been prompted to read it by a Facebook exchange with an anti gay bigot who posited the author, David F Greenberg, as an ally of his, in that Greenberg purportedly argued that homosexuals choose to be that way, rather than being born that way.I was bemused, therefore, to start reading and discover immediately that this boo...

  2. Iset says:

    This is slightly odd I know but this is not actually so much a review, as a correction of a major error that author David Greenberg made in this book hence why I am not star rating I m an academic with two degrees worth of study on the ancient Near East, and it came to my attention that this book is the source used by James Neill s The Origins and Role of Same Sex Relations in Human Societies which is then the source used by Wikipedia s article on the History of Homosexuality and other websit This is slightly odd I know but this is not actually so much a review, as a correction of a major error that author David Greenberg made in this book hence why I am not star rating I m an academic with two degrees worth of study on the ancient Near East, and it came to my attention that this book is the source used by James Neill s The Origins and Role of Same Sex Relations in Human Soci...

  3. Reine says:

    It was a very good book At first I expected the book to beabout homosexuals and the way they were represented, seen medically, in history along with gay rights in general However it wasabout finding the reasons why varying ancient societys saw homosexuals differently.Overall it explained why our society developed its current opinions on homosexuality Greenberg does this by using different communities and civilizations, showing that homosexuality isn t perceived as an invalid act u It was a very good book At first I expected the book to beabout homosexuals and the way they were represented, seen medically, in history along with gay rights in general However it wasabout finding the reasons why varying ancient societys saw homosexuals differently.Overall it explained why our society developed its current opinions on homosexuality Greenberg does this by using different communities and civilizations, showing that homosexuality isn t perceived as an invalid act until the civilization as a majority rec...