Kinsman, Gary. “Allan Bérubé, 1946-2007.” Against the Current. 135 (July/August 2008).
Allan Bérubé was a community-based historian whose book, Coming Out Under Fire, The History of Gay Men and Women in World War Two, (New York: The Free Press, 1990), was very influential for research conducted outside of a academic position.
Kinsman, Gary. “The creation of homosexuality as a ‘social problem’.” In Moral Regulation and Governance in Canada: History, Context and Critical Issues. / Edited by Amanda Glasbeek. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2006: p. 85-115. KE417.M67 G58 2006
(Reprinted from The Regulation of Desire: Homo and Hetero Sexualities, 1996).
Kinsman, Gary. “‘These things may lead to the tragedy of our species’: the emergence of homosexuality, lesbianism, and heterosexuality in Canada.” In Sexing the Maple: a Canadian Sourcebook. Edited by Richard Cavell and Peter Dickinson. Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview Press, 2006.
Kinsman, Gary. “Toronto Pride 1981 – setting the historical record queer.” Autonomy & Solidarity. June 22, 2005. Pride organizing was a project of Gay Liberation Against the Right Everywhere (GLARE).
Brock, Deborah. “‘Workers of the world caress’: an interview with Gary Kinsman on gay and lesbian organizing in the 1970’s Toronto Left.” Left History. 9(2) (Spring/Summer 2004). Online interview.
Kinsman, Gary. “Different rainbows, Third World queer liberation.” Against the Current. 96 (January/February 2002): 5 p.
Review of Different Rainbows, edited by Peter Drucker. Gay Men’s Press: London, 2000.
Kinsman, Gary. “Gays and lesbians: pushing the boundaries.” In Canadian Society: Meeting the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century. / Edited by Dan Glenday and Ann Duffy. Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press, 2001: p.212-246. HN103.5 .C292 2001
Rayside, David. “Kinsman, Gary.” 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, 2001: p.230-231.
Kinsman, Gary; Gentile; Patrizia. “In the Interests of the State”: The Anti-gay, Anti-lesbian National Security Campaign in Canada: A Preliminary Research Report / by Gary Kinsman and Patrizia Gentile with the assistance of Heidi McDonell and Mary Mahood-Greer. [Sudbury, Ont.] : Laurentian University, 1998. 146pp.
Kinsman, Gary. “Constructing sexual problems: ‘These things may lead to the tragedy of our species’.” In Power and Resistance: Critical Thinking About Canadian Social Issues. / Edited by Les Samuelson and Wayne Anthony. Halifax, NS: Fernwood, 1998: p.256-282. HN103.5 .P68 1998
Kinsman, Gary. “Managing AIDS organizing: ‘consultation,’ ‘partnership,’ and ‘responsibility’ as strategies of regulation.” In Organizing Dissent: Contemporary Social Movements in Theory and Practice. 2nd rev. ed. / Edited by William K. Carroll. Toronto, ON: Garamond Press, 1997: p.215-231. HN107 .O75 1997
Kinsman, Gary. “‘Character weaknesses’ and ‘fruit machines’ : towards an analysis of the anti-homosexual security campaign in the Canadian Civil Service.” Labour / Le travail. 35 (Spring 1995): p.133-161. HD8101 .L22
Kinsman, Gary. “The textual practices of sexual rule: sexual policing and gay men.” In Knowledge, Experience, and Ruling Relations: Studies in the Social Organization of Knowledge. / Edited by Marie Campbell and Ann Manicom. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995: p.80-95. HM24 .K56 1995
Kinsman, Gary. “‘Heterosexual hegemony.” Canadian Dimension. 28(3) (May/June 1994): p.21-24.
On the Cold War era in Canada and homosexuals treated as “security threat” during the 1950s and 1960s.
Kinsman, Gary. “‘Inverts,’ ‘psychopaths,’ and ‘normal’ men: historical sociological perspectives on gay and heterosexual masculinities.” In Men and Masculinities: A Critical Anthology. / Edited by Tony Haddad. Toronto, ON: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 1993: p.3-35. HQ1090 .M428 1993
Kinsman, Gary. “Not in our genes: against biological and genetic determinism.” In Sociologists’ Lesbian and Gay Caucus Newsletter. 76 (Fall 1993): p.4-6.
Kinsman, Gary. “The Hughes Commission: making homosexuality the problem once again.” In New Maritimes. 11 (3) (January/February 1993): p.17-19.
Kinsman, Gary. “‘Homosexuality’ historically re-considered challenges heterosexual hegemony.” In Journal of Historical Sociology. 4 (2) (June 1991): p.91-111.
Kinsman, Gary. “Review of David F. Greenberg’s The Construction of Homosexuality.” Canadian Journal of Sociology. 15 (1) (Winter 1990): p.112-115. HM1 .C35
Kinsman, Gary. The Regulation of Desire: Sexuality in Canada. Montreal: Black Rose Books, 1987. 233pp. HQ18.C2 K56
See review by Steven Maynard in Labour / Le Travail. 23 (Spring 1989): 319-321. HD8101 .L22
See review by John Preston in Lambda Rising Book Report. 1(1) (1987): 5.
See review by Keith Alcorn in Square Peg. 19 (1988): 38.
Kinsman, Gary. “More on Sex and the State and social construction.” In 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.
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