Cavanagh, Sheila L.
Chapman, Terry L.
Churchill, David S.
Crichlow, Wesley E. A.
Cain, Roy insert blurb here.
Cain, Roy. “Devoting Ourselves, Devouring Each Other: Tensions in Community Based AIDS Work.” Journal of Progressive Human Services, 13 (2002): p.93-113.
Cain, Roy; Gillett, James; Pawluch, Dorothy. “Diverse Perspectives on Complementary Therapy Use Among People Living with HIV/AIDS.” AIDS & Public Policy Journal, 16 (1-2) (2002): p.18-27.
Cain, Roy; Gillett, James; Pawluch, Dorothy. “The Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Among People with HIV/AIDS: Practical Considerations and Common Concerns.” Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (JANAC), 13 (2) (2002): p.17-27.
Cain, Roy; Gillett, James; Pawluch, Dorothy. “Moving Beyond the Biological: The Use of Physical Activity to Negotiate Illness.” Journal of the Sociology of Sport. 19, (40) (2002): p.370-384.
Cain, Roy; Gillett, James; Pawluch, Dorothy. “Lay Perspectives on Complementary Therapy Use Among People Living with HIV/AIDS.” Social Science & Medicine. 50 (2000): p.251-64 .
Cavanagh, Sheila L.
Cavanagh, Sheila an Associate Professor of Sociology and the Sexuality Studies Program Coordinator at York University. Her scope lies in the area of gender and sexuality studies.
Champagne, Rob insert blurb here.
Champagne, Rob. Jim Egan: Canada’s Pioneer Gay Activist / compiled and introduced by Robert Champagne. Toronto: Canadian Lesbian and Gay History Network, 1987.
Chapman. Terry L.
Chapman, Terry is dean of arts at Medicine Hat College. She is well known in the community for her political analysis, and has been an instructor at MHC since 1986, teaching history, political science and sociology, and has also been a program coordinator for humanities and social sciences for the past several years.
Chapman, Terry. “Sex crimes in the West, 1890-1920.” Alberta History. 35 (4) (1987): p.6-21.
Chapman, Terry. “Male homosexuality: legal restraints and social attitudes in western Canada, 1890-1920.” p.267-292. In Law and Justice in a New Land: Essays in Western Canadian Legal History / edited by Louis A. Knafla. Calgary: Carswell, 1986
Chapman, Terry. “Sex crimes in Western Canada, 1890-1920.” PhD dissertation, University of Alberta, 1984.
Chapman, Terry. “‘An Oscar Wilde type’: ‘the abominable crime of buggery’ in Western Canada, 1890-1920.” Criminal Justice History. 4 (1983): p.97-118.
formerly taught in the Women’s Studies Program, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec. She has moved to the Department of History at Simon Fraser University. Her research subjects include butch-femme bar culture of Toronto during the 1950s and 1960s, the history of criminal sexual psychopathology, and sex in male prisons.Elise is also an SDS Fellow
of the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies.
Chenier, Elise. “Hidden from historians: preserving lesbian oral history in Canada.” Archivaria (Special Section on Queer Archives). 68 (Winter 2010): 247-269.
Chenier, Elise. Strangers in Our Midst: Sexual Deviancy in Post-war Ontario. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2008. HV6593.C3 C44 2008
“Popular discourses regarding sexual deviancy, legislative action against sex criminals, and the implementation of treatment programs for sex offenders have been widely attributed to a reactionary, conservative moral panic over changing sex and gender roles after the Second World War. Elise Chenier challenges this assumption, arguing that, in Canada, advocates of sex offender treatment were actually liberal progressives.”– Publisher’s website
Chenier, Elise. “Book review.” Disorders of Desire: Sex and Gender in Modern American Sexology (Revised and expanded form) by Janice M. Irvine. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 37(2) (April 2008): 356-358.
Chenier, Elise. “Rethinking class in lesbian bar culture: living ‘The Gay Life’ in Toronto, 1955-1965.” In Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History. 5th ed. Edited by Mona Gleason and Adele Perry. Don Mills, Ont. : Oxford University Press, 2006. (Reprinted from Left History)
Chenier, Elise. “Rethinking class in lesbian bar culture: living ‘The Gay Life’ in Toronto, 1955-1965.” Left History. 9(2) (Spring/Summer 2004): 85-118.
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Chenier, Elise. “Review: A Brief History of GAY, Canada’s First Gay Tabloid, 1964-1966 by Donald W. McLeod.” Ontario History. 96(1) (Spring 2004): 87-89. FC3051 .O58
Chenier, Elise. “Aversion therapy.” Chicago: glbtq, Inc., . Site: www.glbtq.com [viewed February 8, 2008]
Chenier, Elise. “Segregating sexualities: the prison ‘sex problem’ in twentieth century Canada and the United States.” p.71-85. In Isolation: Places and Practices of Exclusion. Edited by Carolyn Strange and Alison Bashford. London: Routledge, 2003. HM1131 .I86 2003
Chenier, Elise. “The criminal sexual psychopath in Canada: sex, psychiatry and the law at mid-century.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History. 20(1) (2003): 75-101.
Chenier, Elise. “Book review.” An American Obsession: Science, Medicine, and Homosexuality in Modern Society by Jennifer Terry. Canadian Journal of History. 36(2) (August 2001):391-393.
Chenier, Elise. “The Stranger in Our Midst: Male Sexual Deviancy in Post World War Two Ontario.” PhD dissertation, Queen’s University, 2001.
Chenier, Elise. “Tabloid taboos.” Xtra! (Toronto), May 17, 2001. (On lesbian history of Toronto in the 1950s)
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Chenier, Elise. “Seeing red: immigrant women and sexual danger in Toronto’s postwar daily newspapers.” Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal. 24(2) (2000): 51-60. HQ1180 .A1A85
Chenier, Elise. “‘I’ll be waiting for you’.” Xtra! (Toronto) 420 (November 20, 2000): 18. (On l/g history using prison letters housed in the Kinsey Institute)
Chenier, Elise. “Gender, sexuality and the schoolyard.” p.188-196. In Lesbian Parenting: Living with Pride and Prejudice. Edited by Katherine Arnup. Charlottetown, PEI: Gynergy Books, 1995. HQ75.53 .L46 1995
Chenier, Elise. “Tough Ladies and Troublemakers: Toronto’s Public Lesbian Community.” Masters thesis, Department of History, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON 1995.
Churchill, David S.
Churchill, David is currently an associate professor at University of Manitoba. His interests lies in the history of the United States post-1945; new social movements and radical culture in the 1960s, transnationalsim, queer history, politics of sexual liberation during the Cold War, Paul Goodman and politics of Cold War sexuality.
Churchill, David. “Paul Goodman and the Biography of Sexual Modernity.” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association / Revue de la Société historique du Canada, 21 (2) (2010): p. 3-89.
Churchill, David. “Transnationalism and Homophile Political Culture in the Postwar Decades.” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 5 (1) (2009): p.31-65.
Churchill, David. “The Queer Histories of a Crime: Representations and Narratives of Leopold and Loeb.” Journal of the History of Sexuality, 18. (2) (2009): p.287-324.
Cobb Michael is currently an assistant professor of English in the University of Toronto. He teaches courses in lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer literature, queer theory, American literature, and critical race theory. His works can be found in journals such as Boundary 2, Social Text, GLQ, Criticism, Callaloo, University of Toronto Quarterly, and South Atlantic Quarterly.
Cobb, Michael. Single: Arguments for the Uncoupled. / Cobb, Michael. New York: New York University Press, 2012.
Cobb, Michael. God Hates Fags: The Rhetoric of Religious Violence / Cobb, Michael. New York: New York University Press, 2006.
Corriveau, Patrice is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminology at University of Ottawa.
Cossman, Brenda Professor of Law and the Director of the Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto. Her teaching and scholarly interests include family law, law and sexuality, and freedom of expression.
Cossman, Brenda. Subversive Sites: Feminist Engagement with Law in India with Ratna Kapur. / Cossman, Brenda. London: Thousand Oaks, 1996
Cossman, Brenda. Censorship and the arts : law, controversy, debate, fact. / Cossman, Brenda. Toronto, Ont.: Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG), 1995. NX180.C44 C67 1995
Julia Creet teaches in the Department of English at York University. She specializes in literary nonfiction, feminist theory and historiography and has published essays on queer theory.
Creet, Julia. Wittig, Monique (1935-2003) Chicago: glbtq, Inc., (2004). Site: www.glbtq.com
Creet, Julia. “Voyage from Lesbos: aggression, ambivalence, and psychoanalysis in the fifties.” Paradoxa. 18 (2003): p.251-278?
Creet, Julia. “Anxieties of identity: coming out and coming undone.” p.179-199. In Negotiating Lesbian and Gay Subjects. Edited by Monica Dorenkamp and Richard Henke. New York: Routledge, 1995. (Fifth Annual Lesbian and Gay Studies Conference, held at Rutgers University in 1991.)
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Creet, Julia. “Daughter of the movement: the psychodynamics of lesbian S/M fantasy.” Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. 3 (2) (Summer 1991): p.135-159.
Crichlow, Wesley E. A.
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