Outlines: Lesbian and gay histories in Aotearoa
Some of the papers presented at the Outlines Conference have been edited and collated with other papers on gay and lesbian history in New Zealand and published as a book titled Outlines: Lesbian and gay histories in Aotearoa. The book is available to borrow in public and academic libraries in New Zealand.
Outlines’ editors Alison J. Laurie and Linda Evans have compiled papers by academics, historians and other gays and lesbians from the queer community who participated in the successful Outlines Conference: Lesbian and Gay History in Aotearoa held in 2003.
Topics in Outlines range from Ngahuia Te Awekotuku’s ‘He Reka Anō – same-sex lust and loving in the ancient Māori world’ to gay and lesbian liberation in Aotearoa in the 1970s and Jack Body’s ‘Gay sensibility in the music of Douglas Lilburn’.
1. Henare Te Ua
2. Ngahuia Te Awekotuku
3. Alison J. Laurie
4. Phil Parkinson
5. Jenny Coleman
6. Julie Glamuzina
7. Chris Brickell
8. Jack Body
9. Ken Cage
10. Prue Hyman
11. Lois Cox
12. Yoka Neuman
13. Valda Edyvane, Tighe Instone and Porleen Simmonds
14. Lindsay Wright, Robin Duff, Valda Edyvane, Judith Emms
Last updated: 26/08/19
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