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The Resource Living in Arcadia : homosexuality, politics, and morality in France from the liberation to AIDS, Julian Jackson, (electronic resource)

Living in Arcadia : homosexuality, politics, and morality in France from the liberation to AIDS, Julian Jackson, (electronic resource)

Label
Living in Arcadia : homosexuality, politics, and morality in France from the liberation to AIDS
Title
Living in Arcadia
Title remainder
homosexuality, politics, and morality in France from the liberation to AIDS
Statement of responsibility
Julian Jackson
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
In Paris in 1954, a young man named André Baudry founded Arcadie, an organization for 'homophiles' that would become the largest of its kind that has ever existed in France, lasting nearly 30 years. Here, Jackson offers an original account of the history of homosexuality in modern France
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1954-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Jackson, Julian
Dewey number
306.76/60944
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Baudry, André
  • Homosexuality
Label
Living in Arcadia : homosexuality, politics, and morality in France from the liberation to AIDS, Julian Jackson, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 295-308) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Cambridge to Paris, 1978 -- "The French exception": gay historiography in France -- Arcadie: the unknown story -- Rethinking Arcadie -- The background -- Homosexuality in France from the revolution to Vichy -- Homosexuality and the revolution -- Regulating sexual disorder in the nineteenth century -- French variations -- Paris as Sodom -- Homosexuality in belle-époque Paris -- The interwar years: talking about homosexuality -- The shadow of the occupation, 1942-1955 -- Blame it on Gide -- Fascinating fascism: sleeping with the enemy -- Liberation: "beautiful babies" and unruly youths -- Moral order -- Freedom in clandestinity: the "civilization of the pissotières" -- Fighting the Puritans: futur -- Et in Arcadia ego, 1954-1968 -- Beginnings, 1954-1956 -- Losing a vocation, 1922-1945 -- Finding a vocation, 1946-1952 -- Young man in a hurry, 1953 -- Recruiting support: treason of the clerks, 1954 -- Teething troubles I: quarrel with Amsterdam, 1955-1956 -- Teething troubles II: "a danger to youth" 1955-1956 -- Survival, 1956-1968 -- Living in the catacombs, 1956-1957 -- Putting down roots, 1957-1959 -- A new recruit: Daniel Guérin -- "Social scourge" 1960 -- Arcadie embattled, 1960-1964 -- Arcadie becalmed, 1964-1968 -- The vision of Arcadie: homosexuality and ethics -- The homophile international -- Escaping the shadow of Gide -- Science and history -- "Permanent and diffuse revolution" -- The politics of dignity -- Ethics and authenticity: assuming one's condition -- The secret garden -- Living in Arcadie -- A spiritual family -- Finding Arcadie -- Arriving at Arcadie -- The provincial desert -- Building a library I -- Building a library II -- The club -- "La bonne parole" I: preaching the Arcadian life -- "La bonne parole" II: living the Arcadian life -- Arcadie contested, 1968-1982 -- The deluge, 1968-1972 -- Sexual revolutions -- The revolution and sex -- Monks in the dark ages? -- "Homosexuality, this painful problem" -- The rise and fall of Fhar -- The "toads of Arcadie" -- The Arcadie years, 1973-1978 -- Recognition at last -- The "Arcadian people" -- Competitors I: the sex explosion -- Competitors II: the political explosion -- The Giscardian moment -- Splendors and miseries of homosexual life -- Political openings -- Coming out, Arcadie style: "living without a mask" -- The pedophile moment -- Living in the ghetto: gay island or sad asylum? -- The end, 1979-1982 -- Apotheosis: May 1979 -- Realignments on the left -- Arcadie misses the boat -- The last days -- Reactions -- Conclusion -- End of an era -- The Arcadian diaspora -- All Arcadians now?
Control code
ocn609631788
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 321 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780226389288
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)609631788
Label
Living in Arcadia : homosexuality, politics, and morality in France from the liberation to AIDS, Julian Jackson, (electronic resource)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 295-308) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Cambridge to Paris, 1978 -- "The French exception": gay historiography in France -- Arcadie: the unknown story -- Rethinking Arcadie -- The background -- Homosexuality in France from the revolution to Vichy -- Homosexuality and the revolution -- Regulating sexual disorder in the nineteenth century -- French variations -- Paris as Sodom -- Homosexuality in belle-époque Paris -- The interwar years: talking about homosexuality -- The shadow of the occupation, 1942-1955 -- Blame it on Gide -- Fascinating fascism: sleeping with the enemy -- Liberation: "beautiful babies" and unruly youths -- Moral order -- Freedom in clandestinity: the "civilization of the pissotières" -- Fighting the Puritans: futur -- Et in Arcadia ego, 1954-1968 -- Beginnings, 1954-1956 -- Losing a vocation, 1922-1945 -- Finding a vocation, 1946-1952 -- Young man in a hurry, 1953 -- Recruiting support: treason of the clerks, 1954 -- Teething troubles I: quarrel with Amsterdam, 1955-1956 -- Teething troubles II: "a danger to youth" 1955-1956 -- Survival, 1956-1968 -- Living in the catacombs, 1956-1957 -- Putting down roots, 1957-1959 -- A new recruit: Daniel Guérin -- "Social scourge" 1960 -- Arcadie embattled, 1960-1964 -- Arcadie becalmed, 1964-1968 -- The vision of Arcadie: homosexuality and ethics -- The homophile international -- Escaping the shadow of Gide -- Science and history -- "Permanent and diffuse revolution" -- The politics of dignity -- Ethics and authenticity: assuming one's condition -- The secret garden -- Living in Arcadie -- A spiritual family -- Finding Arcadie -- Arriving at Arcadie -- The provincial desert -- Building a library I -- Building a library II -- The club -- "La bonne parole" I: preaching the Arcadian life -- "La bonne parole" II: living the Arcadian life -- Arcadie contested, 1968-1982 -- The deluge, 1968-1972 -- Sexual revolutions -- The revolution and sex -- Monks in the dark ages? -- "Homosexuality, this painful problem" -- The rise and fall of Fhar -- The "toads of Arcadie" -- The Arcadie years, 1973-1978 -- Recognition at last -- The "Arcadian people" -- Competitors I: the sex explosion -- Competitors II: the political explosion -- The Giscardian moment -- Splendors and miseries of homosexual life -- Political openings -- Coming out, Arcadie style: "living without a mask" -- The pedophile moment -- Living in the ghetto: gay island or sad asylum? -- The end, 1979-1982 -- Apotheosis: May 1979 -- Realignments on the left -- Arcadie misses the boat -- The last days -- Reactions -- Conclusion -- End of an era -- The Arcadian diaspora -- All Arcadians now?
Control code
ocn609631788
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 321 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780226389288
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)609631788

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