Adam, Barry D.
Adams, Mary Louise
Adam, Barry D.
Barry Adam teaches in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Windsor (Windsor, Ontario). He played a key role in the formation of the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Studies Association. Barry is also an SDS Fellow of the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies. His work on sexuality, and HIV/AIDS, is impressive in its quality and quantity.
Adam, Barry D.; Betancourt, Gerardo; Sánchez, Angel S. “Development of an HIV prevention and life skills program for Spanish speaking gay and bisexual newcomers.” Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 20 (1) (2011):11-17.
Adam, Barry D.; Murray, James; Ross, Suzanne; Oliver, Jason; Lincoln, Stephen G.; Rynard, Vicki. “Hivstigma.com, an innovative web-supported stigma-reduction intervention for gay and bisexual men.” Health Education Research 26 (5) (2011):795-807.
Adam, Barry D.; Brooke, Catherine L.; Bortolin, Sandra; McCauley, Jaime. “Perceptions of HIV risk among lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth” Our Schools, Our Selves 19 (2) (2010):39-54.
Adam, Barry D. “How might we create a collectivity that we would want to belong to?” p.71-79.
In Gay Shame. Edited by David M. Halperin & Valerie Traub. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2009. HQ75.15 .G53 2009
Adam, Barry D. “The emergence of a poz sexual culture.” P.207-222.
In The Story of Sexual Identity. Edited by Phillip Hammack and Bertram Cohler. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. HQ1075 .S79 2009
Adam, Barry D.; Bereket Tarik. “Navigating Islam and same-sex liaisons among men in Turkey” Journal of Homosexuality 55 (2) (2008):204-222.
Adam, Barry D. “Homophobia and heterosexism.” p.2152-2154.
In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Edited by George Ritzer. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2007. vol. 5.
Adam, Barry D. “Book reviews.” Review of Laud Humphreys: Prophet of Homosexuality and Sociology. Journal of the History of Sexuality. 15 (3) (July 2006): 499-502.
Bereket, Tarik; Adam, Barry D. “The emergence of gay identities in contemporary Turkey.” Sexualities. 9 (2) (2006): 131-151.
Adam, Barry D. “Infectious behaviour: imputing subjectivity to HIV transmission.” Social Theory and Health. 4(2) (2006):168-179.
Adam, Barry D. “Relationship innovation in male couples.” Sexualities. 9(1) (2006): 5-26.
Adam, Barry D. “Constructing the neoliberal sexual actor: responsibility and care of the self in the discourse of barebackers.” Culture, Health and Sexuality. 7(4) (2005): 333-346.
Discourse analyses and interviews with 102 Toronto men who no longer practise protected sex, more than twenty years into the HIV epidemic.
Adam, Barry D. “Care, intimacy, and same-sex partnership in the 21st century.” Current Sociology. 52(2) (2004): 265–279.
Adam, Barry D. “The ‘Defense of Marriage Act’ and American exceptionalism: the ‘gay marriage’ panic in the United States.” Journal of the History of Sexuality. 12(2) (2003): 259-276.
Adam, Barry D. “From liberation to transgression and beyond: gay, lesbian and queer studies at the turn of the twenty-first century.” p.15-26.
In Handbook of Lesbian and Gay Studies. Edited by Diane Richardson and Steven Seidman. London: SAGE Publications, 2002. HQ75.15 .H35 2002
Adam, Barry D. “Homosexuality and crime.” p.797-804. In Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice. Vol. 2. 2nd ed. Edited by Joshua Dressler. New York: Macmillan Reference, 2002.
Maticka-Tyndale, Eleanor; Adam, Barry D. ; Cohen, Jeffrey J. “Sexual desire and practice among people living with HIV and using combination anti-retroviral therapies.” Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality. 11(1) (2002): 33-40.
Adam, Barry D. “Theorizing the globalization of gay and lesbian movements.” Research in Political Sociology. 10 (2002): 123-137.
Adam, Barry D. “Globalization and the mobilization of gay and lesbian communities.” p.166-179.
In Globalization and Social Movements. Edited by Pierre Hamel, Henri Lustiger-Thaler, Jan Nederveen Pieterse, and Sasha Roseneil. New York: St Martin’s/Palgrave, 2001.
Murray, James ; Adam, Barry D. 2001. “Aging, sexuality, and HIV issues among older gay men.” Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality. 10(3/4) (2001): 75-90.
Adam, Barry D.; Maticka-Tyndale, Eleanor; Cohen, Jeffrey J. Living with Combination Therapies / Barry D. Adam, Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale, Jeffrey J. Cohen. [Windsor, Ont. : Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Windsor], 2001.
Rayside, David. “Adam, Barry.” p.5. In Who’s Who in Contemporary Gay and Lesbian History: From World War II to the Present. Edited by Robert Aldrich and Garry Wotherspoon. London: Routledge, 2000.
Adam, Barry D. “Love and sex in constructing identity among men who have sex with men.” International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies. 5 (4) (October 2000): 325-339.
Adam, Barry D. “Age preferences among gay and bisexual men.” GLQ. 6 (3) (2000): 413-434.
Adam, Barry D.; Sears, Alan; Schellenberg, E. Glenn. “Accounting for unsafe sex: interviews with men who have sex with men.” Journal of Sex Research. 37(1) (February 2000): 259-271.
Adam, Barry D. “Queer theory.” p. 718 in The Norton Dictionary of Modern Thought: Third Edition. Edited by Alan Bullock and Stephen Trombley. New York: Norton, 1999; also published as The New Fontana Dictionary of Modern Thought. London: HarperCollins.
Adam, Barry D. “Anatomy of a panic: state voyeurism, gender politics, and the cult of Americanism.” p.467-476. In Social Perspectives in Lesbian and Gay Studies: A Reader. Edited by Peter M. Nardi and Beth E. Schneider. New York : Routledge, 1998. HQ75.16.U6 S63 1998 (Reprinted from Gays and Lesbians in the Military: Issues, Concerns, and Contrasts,1994)
Adam, Barry D. “Theorizing homophobia.” Sexualities. 1(4) (1998): 387-404.
Adam, Barry D.; Sears, Alan. Experiencing HIV: Personal, Family, and Work Relationships / Barry D. Adam and Alan Sears. New York : Columbia University Press, 1996. RC607.A26 A34 1996
Adam, Barry D. “Anatomy of a panic: state voyeurism, gender politics, and the cult of Americanism.” p.103-118. In Gays and Lesbians in the Military: Issues, Concerns, and Contrasts. Edited by Wilbur J. Scott and Sandra Carson Stanley. New York: Aldine de Gruyter, 1994. UB418.G38 G36 1994
Adam, Barry D. “Introduction.” p. vii-xi in Constructing Sexualities. Edited by Jacqueline Murray. Windsor: University of Windsor Humanities Research Group, 1993
Adam, Barry D.; Sears, Alan. People with HIV Talk about Life, Love, Work, and Family / by Barry Adam and Alan Sears. Windsor, ON : AIDS Committee of Windsor, 
Adam, Barry D. “Post-Marxism and the new social movements” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology. 30 (3) (1993): 316-336. HM1.C6
Adam, Barry D. “Sex and caring among men.” p. 175-183 in Modern Homosexualities. Edited by Kenneth Plummer. London: Routledge, 1992
Adam, Barry D. “Gay and lesbian movement.” p. 167-168 in Women’s Studies Encyclopedia, Volume 3. Edited by Helen Tierney. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1991
Adam, Barry D. The Rise of a Gay and Lesbian Movement / Barry D. Adam. Boston : Twayne Publishers, 1987. HQ76.5 .A33 1987
See review by Richard Dey in The Gay Review. 11(1/2) (Autumn 1991): 104-108.
See review by Alain Martinossi in International Gay and Lesbian Review. 1998.
See review by John Preston in Lambda Rising Book Report. 1(1) (1987): 5.
See review by Marv Shaw in Bay Area Reporter. 17(28) (9 July 1987): 28.
Adam, Barry D. “Further comment on the Toronto conference and social constructionists.” Sociologists Gay Caucus Newsletter. 46: ?, January 1986. Comments on the conference, “Sex and the State: Their Laws, Our Lives,” held in Toronto in June 1985.
Adams, Mary Louise
Mary Louise Adams teaches in the School of Physical and Health Education, Queen’s University, in Kingston, Ontario. Her research investigates sport as a form of popular culture. Her work draws on feminist theory, cultural studies and historical sociology to explore the ways that sport helps shape contemporary social identities, especially gender and sexual identities (from her homepage).
Adams, Mary Louise. “Almost anything can happen: a search for sexual discourse in the urban spaces of 1940s Toronto.” p.233-250. In Moral regulation and governance in Canada: history, context and critical issues. Edited by Amanda Glasbeek. Toronto: Canadian Scholar’s Press, 2006. KE417.M67 G58 2006
Adams, Mary Louise. “Sexuality and the postwar domestic revival.” p. 137-155 in Family Patterns, Gender Relations. Edited by Bonnie Fox. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2009 (reprint)
Adams, Mary Louise. “Margin notes: reading lesbianism as obscenity in a cold war courtroom.” p.135-158.
In Love, Hate, and Fear in Canada’s Cold War. Edited by Richard Cavell. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004. FC95.4 .L69 2004
Adams, Mary Louise. “So what’s the problem with wussy sports?” Borderlines. 46 (April 1998): 12-15.
Adams, Mary Louise. “To be an ordinary hero: male figure skaters and the ideology of gender.” Avante. 3(3) (1997): 93-110.
Reprinted in Men and masculinities. Edited by T. Haddad. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 1993. HQ1090 .M428 1993 p.163-181.
Adams, Mary Louise. “Youth, corruptibility, and English-Canadian postwar campaigns against indecency, 1948-1955.” Journal of the History of Sexuality. 6:1 (July 1995): 89-117. HQ12.A1 J66
Adams, Mary Louise. “Women, AIDS and activism: The ACTUP/NY Women and AIDS Book Group, editors.” Fuse. 15(1/2) (Fall 1991): 41. NX513 .A1F88
Adams, Mary Louise. “Homosexuality, which homosexuality?: international scientific conference on gay and lesbian studies – Amsterdam, December 15-18,1987.” Resources for Feminist Research. 17(2) (June 1988): 57-58. HQ1101 .Z9R47
Al-Solaylee, Kamal blurb here.
Alderson, Kevin blurb here.
Alderson, Kevin. Counseling LGBTI clients / Kevin Alderson. Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2013. HQ76.25 .A44 2013
Katherine Arnup is an historian and Associate Professor of Canadian Studies, as well as Director of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies at Carleton University in Ottawa.
Arnup, Katherine. “Mothers of the race,” p.415-416 and “Vaccination,” p.640. In The Oxford Companion to Canadian history. Edited by Gerald Hallowell. Don Mills, Ont.: Oxford University Press, 2004. FC23 .O94 2004
Arnup, Katherine. “Lesbian and gay parents.” p.176-209. In Canadian Families: Diversity, Conflict and Change. [Edited by] Nancy Mandell, Ann Duffy. Toronto: Nelson, 2004. 3rd ed. HQ560 .C35 2004
Arnup, Katherine. Close Personal Relationships between Adults: 100 years of Marriage in Canada. March 21, 2001. Paper prepared for the Law Commission of Canada. [Viewed May 2004]
Arnup, Katherine. “Familial disputes? Sperm donors, lesbian mothers, and legal personhood.”
In Legal Inversions: Lesbians, Gay Men, and the Politics of the Law. Edited by Didi Herman and Carl Stychin. Philadelphia: Temple University
Arnup, Katherine. “Des mères tout comme les autres”: les lesbiennes, le divorce et la garde d’enfants au Canada. [“Mothers like all the others”: lesbians, divorce and child custody in Canada.] Canadian Journal of Women and the Law. 8(1) (1995): 223-240. KE4399 .A13C36
Arnup, Katherine. “‘We are family’: lesbian mothers in Canada.” p.318-333. Social Problems in Canada Reader. Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1995. HN103.5.S63 1995
Arnup, Katherine. Education for Motherhood: Advice for Mothers in Twentieth-Century Canada. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1994. HQ755.7 .A75 1994
See review by Linda M. Ambrose in Canadian Historical Review. 78(2) (June 1997): 278-279. FC1 .C355
See review by Cecilia Reynolds in Historical Studies in Education. 7(2) (Fall 1995): 261-262.
See review by Cathly L. James in Women’s History Review. 5(2) (1996): 298-300.
Arnup, Katherine. “Finding fathers: artificial insemination, lesbians, and the law.” Canadian Journal of Women and the Law. 7(1) (1994): 97-115. KE4399.A13 C36
Arnup, Katherine. “‘We are family’: lesbian mothers in Canada.” Resources for Feminist Research. 20(3/4) (Fall/Winter 1991): 101-107. HQ1101.Z9 R47
Arnup, Katherine. “‘Mothers just like others’: lesbians, divorce and child custody in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Women and the Law. 3(1) (1989): 18-32. KE4399.A13 C36
Arnup, Katherine. “Lesbian mothers and child custody.” p.245-256. In Gender and Society: Creating a Canadian Women’s Sociology. Edited by Arlene Tigar McLaren. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1988. HQ1075.5.C2 G46 1988
Katherine Arnup’s listing on the Carleton University, School of Canadian Studies homepage