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Halladay, Laurel
Herman, Didi
Higgins, Ross
Higgs, David
Hunt, Gerald


Halladay, Laurel

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Halladay, Laurel. “A lovely war: male to female cross-dressing and Canadian military entertainment in World War II.” Journal of Homosexuality. 46(3/4) (2004): p.19-34. HQ75 .J68
Also reprinted in The Drag Queen Anthology : the Absolutely Fabulous but Flawless Customary World of Female Impersonators. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press, 2003. p.19-34.


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Herman, Didi

Herman, Didi is a professor at the University of Kent. Her research interests include: gender and sexuality, race, religion and ethnicity, popular culture, social movement, and law reform.

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Herman, Didi. The antigay agenda : orthodox vision and the Christian Right / Didi Herman. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, c1997. BR115.H6 H47 1997

Herman, Didi. Rights of Passage: Struggles for Lesbian and Gay Legal Equality / Didi Herman. Toronto ; Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 1994. HQ76.8.C2 H47 1994


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Herman Didi’s University of Kent’s page
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Higgins, Ross

Higgins, Ross teaches in the Sociology and Anthropology departments of Concordia University in Montreal. He has been involved in the city’s gay movement since 1975 and is a co-founder of the Archives gaies du Quebec.

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Higgins, Ross. Peter Flinsch: the Body in Question / Ross Higgins. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2008. N6549.F63 H44 2008

Flinsch was born in Leipzig, Germany in 1920, and was a soldier in Nazi Germany. In 1942, he was accused of homosexuality after getting caught kissing a fellow soldier; he was court-martialed and sentenced to prison. He moved to Canada in 1952 and began to produce art of the male body.

Publisher’s Synopsis

See review Xtra! West 2008-11-15 and The Advocate (Los Angeles)2008-11-27

Higgins, Ross. De la clandestinité à l’affirmation: pour une histoire de la communauté gaie montréalaise / Ross Higgins. Montreal: Comeau & Nadeau, 2000. (From his dissertation)


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Higgins, Ross. “Baths, bushes and belonging: public sex and gay community in pre-Stonewall Montreal.” in Public Sex /Gay Space / edited by William L. Leap. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999: p.187-202. HQ76 .P8 1999

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Higgins, Ross. “À la mode: fashioning gay community in Montreal.” In Consuming Fashion: Adorning the Transnational Body. / edited by Anne Brydon and Sandra Niessen. Oxford/New York: Berg, 1998: p.129-161. GT596 .C66 1998

Higgins, Ross. “Des lieux d’appartenance: les bars gais des années 1950.” p.103-128. In Sortir de l’ombre Histoires des communautés lesbienne et gaie de Montréal. Edited by Irène Demczuk and Frank W. Remiggi. Montréal: vlb éditeur, 1998.


Higgins, Ross and Line Chamberland. “Mixed messages: lesbians, gay men and the yellow press in Quebec and Ontario during the 1950s and 1960s.” In The Challenge of Modernity: a Reader on Post-Confederation Canada. / Edited by Ian McKay. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1992: p.422-431. FC85 .C53 1992


Higgins, Ross. “A sense of belonging: pre-liberation space, symbolics and leadership in gay Montreal.” PhD. dissertation, McGill University, 1997.


Higgins, Ross. “Espaces et communauté gaie à Montréal.” Cap-aux-Diamants: revue d’histoire du Québec>. 49 (1997): p.38.


Higgins, Ross. “Murder will out: gay identity and media discourse in Montreal.” In Beyond the Lavender Lexicon: Authenticity, Imagination, and Appropriation in Lesbian and Gay Languages / Edited by William L. Leap. New York: Gordon and Breach, 1995: p.107-132.


Higgins, Ross. “Mid-Lent masquerade, Montreal 1950: sensational news reports in gay history research.” Canadian Lesbian and Gay History Network Newsletter. 4 (1990): p. 7-16.


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Higgs, David

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Higgs, David. Queer Sites: Gay Urban Histories Since 1600. Edited by David Higgs. London ; New York: Routledge, 1999.


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Hunt, Gerald

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Hunt, Gerald teaches in the School of Business Management at Ryerson University. His area of research is labour unions (especially their reactions to non-economic issues), sexual diversity in the workplace and the aging workforce. Gerry is also an SDS Fellow of the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies.

Hunt, Gerald. “Are we Equal Yet? Making Sense of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in the Workplace.” In Understanding and Managing Diversity, 5th edition. Edited by In, Harvey, C. & Allard, M. Pearson, 2011.


Hunt, Gerald. “International framework agreements and sexual orientation discrimination.” In Journal of International Management Studies, 11 (1) (2011): p.99-109


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Hunt, Gerald. “Progress and backlash: making sense of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues in the workplace.” In Understanding and Managing Diversity: Readings, Cases, and Exercises. / Edited by Carol P. Harvey and M. June Allard. 4th ed. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2009.

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Hunt, Gerald; Eaton, Jonathan. “We are family: labour responds to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender workers.” In Equity, Diversity, and Canadian Labour. / Edited by Gerald Hunt and David Rayside. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, c2007. HD6524 .E78 2007

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Hunt, Gerald; Mazerole, Maurice. “Making it real: the educational power of simulating negotiations.” In Changing the Way You Teach: Creative Tools for Management Educators. Edited by Teresa Torres, Mila Gascó and Arnaldo Coelho. Oviedo, Spain: Septem Ediciones, 2005.


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Hunt, Gerald Callan. “Contradictions and mixed messages: lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues in the workplace.” In Understanding and Managing Diversity: Readings, Cases, and Exercises. / Edited by Carol P. Harvey and M. June Allard. 3rd ed. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, c2005: p.146-157.

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Hunt, Gerald. “Employment and occupations.” In The Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History in America. / Edited by Marc Stein. New York: Thomson Learning, 2004. Vol. 1: p.342-346.
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Hunt, Gerald. “Organised labour, sexual diversity, and union activism in Canada.” p.257-274. In Gender, Diversity and Trade Unions: International Perspectives. / Edited by Fiona Colgan and Sue Ledwith. London: Routledge, 2002. HD6079 .G46 2002


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Hunt, Gerald Callan. “The continuing challenge of sexual diversity at work.” In Understanding and Managing Diversity: Readings, Cases, and Exercises. / Edited by Carol P. Harvey and M. June Allard. 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, 2002. p.130-140. HF5549.5.M5 H37 2002

Hunt, Gerald; Rayside David. “The geo-politics of sexual diversity: measuring progress in the U. S., Canada and the Netherlands.” New Labor Forum. 8 (Spring/Summer 2001): 37-47. HD8051.N4


Hunt, Gerald; Rayside, David. “Labor union response to diversity in Canada and the United States.” Industrial Relations. 39(3) (July 2000): 401-444. HD6958.5 .I5


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Hunt, Gerald. “No longer outsiders: labor’s response to sexual diversity in Canada.” In Laboring for Rights: Unions and Sexual Diversity Across Nations. / Edited by Gerald Hunt. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, c1999. p.10-36; and other articles. HD6285 .L33 1999.

Publisher’s Synopsis

See review by Anne Forrest in Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations. 56(2) (Spring 2001): 437-439. HD8101 .R44
See also online version
See review by Neil Thomlinson in Labour/le Travail. 48 (Fall 2001): 322-324. HD8101 .L22

Hunt, Gerald. “Sexual orientation and the Canadian labour movement.” Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations. 52(4) (1997): 787-809. HD8101 .R44


Hunt, Gerald. “Situating sexual orientation on the diversity agenda: recent legal, social, and economic developments.” p.149-158. In Understanding Diversity: Readings, Cases, and Exercises. Edited by Carol P. Harvey and M. June Allard. New York : HarperCollins College Publishers, 1995. HF5549.5.M5 H37 1995


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See entry on SDS website
Hunt, Gerald’s homepage
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