Henry L. Minton

Henry L. Minton is a Professor Emeriti at the University of Windsor. Dr. Minton holds a bachelor’s degree from New York University, a master’s degree from Southern Illinois University, and a Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University. His excellent work over the years makes us claim him as truly Canadian.


Minton, Henry L. Departing from deviance : a history of homosexual rights and emancipatory science in America. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2002. HQ76.3.U5 M56 2002

Publisher’s Synopsis

See review by Ben Harris in Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences. 58(4) (October 2003): 489-490.
See review by Michael Ruse in Isis. 96 (2005):149–150

Minton, Henry L. Book review: Science and Homosexualities. Edited by Vernon A. Rosario. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 30(4) (August 2001) : 443-445.

Minton, Henry L.; Mattson, Scott R. “Deconstructing heterosexuality: life stories from gay New York, 1935-1941.” Journal of Homosexuality. 36(1) (1998): 43-61. HQ75 .J68

Minton, Henry L. “Community empowerment and the medicalization of homosexuality: constructing sexual identities in the 1930s.” Journal of the History of Sexuality. 6 (1996): 435-458. HQ12.A1 J66

Minton, Henry L. “The making of sexual and scientific revolutions: retrospective review.” Contemporary Psychology. 41(10) (October 1996): 975-977. BF1.C53

Minton, Henry L. (ed.) Gay and Lesbian Studies: The Emergence of a Discipline. New York : Haworth Press, 1992.

Minton, Henry L. Currents of Thought in American Social Psychology / Gary Collier, Henry L. Minton, Graham Reynolds. New York : Oxford University Press, 1991. HM1027.U5 C65 1991

Minton, Henry. Lewis M. Terman: Pioneer in Psychological Testing. New York : New York University Press, 1988.

Minton, Henry. “Femininity in men and masculinity in women: American psychiatry and psychology portray homosexuality in the 1930s.” Journal of Homosexuality. 13(1) (Fall 1986): 1-21.