The Gilded Age construction of modern American homophobia by James Tyler Kent

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Statementby Jay Hatheway.
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Pagination232 p. ;
Number of Pages232
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ISBN 100312234929

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The Gilded Age and the first years of the twentieth century were a time of great social change and economic growth in the United States. Roughly spanning the years between Reconstruction and the dawn of the new century, the Gilded Age saw rapid industrialization, urbanization, the construction of great transcontinental railroads, innovations in science and technology, and the rise of big business.

Homophobia has historically been defined as a fear of being around people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, or another non-heterosexual. The United States that entered the twentieth century was vastly different from the nation that emerged from the Civil War.

Industrialization, mass immigration, the growing presence of women in the work force, and the rapid advance of the cities had transformed American society. Broad in scope, The Gilded Age brings together sixteen original essays that offer lively syntheses of modern.

Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Industrialization and the Rise of Big Business Chapter 2: Technology and America as a Consumer Society, Chapter 3: American Workers and the Labor Movement in the Late Nineteenth Century Chapter 4: The Immigrant Experience in the Gilded Age Chapter 5: Urbanizing America Chapter 6: Women in Industrializing America Chapter 7: The African Price: $   In the final decades of the 19th century and the first-or-so decade of the 20th, during what historians refer to as America’s Gilded Age, American urbanization was at its furnace stage of growth.

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Standard of Living since the Civil War by Robert J. Gordon Princeton University Press,pp. In the early s, many industrial societies began to unravel.

Macedonian Imperialism and the Hellenistic Age 46 5. The Hellenic Twilight 62 6. Roman Domination: The Origins of Modern Homophobia 87 7. Double Edged Homophobia: The Final Shape of the Classical Heritage 8. Christianity: The Triumph of Homophobia 9. The Birth of Modern Homophobia Chapter Notes.

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