Fashion Blogger Rebecca Moore Howard

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Language, Discourses and Rhetorics

Adams, Susan M.  “The Erotics of Authorship.”  Authorship in Composition Studies.  Ed. Tracy Hamler Carrick and Rebecca Moore Howard.  Boston:  Wadsworth, forthcoming.

Alexander, Jonathan. Literacy, Sexuality, Pedagogy: Theory and Practice for Composition Studies. Utah State UP, 2008.

Alexander, Jonathan. “‘Straightboyz4Nsync’: Queer Theory and the Composition of Heterosexuality.” JAC 25.2 (2005): 371-396.

Alexander, Jonathan, and Serena Anderlini D’Onofrio, eds. Bisexuality and Queer Theory: Intersections, Connections and Challenges. Routledge, 2012.

Alexander, Jonathan, and Michelle Gibson.  “Queer Composition(s):  Queer Theory in the Writing Classroom.”  JAC 24.1 (2004):  1-22.

Alexander, Jonathan, Deborah T. Meem, and Michelle Gibson. Finding Out: An Introduction to LGBT Studies. 2nd ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2013.

Barrios, Barclay. “Of Flags: Online Queer Identities, Writing Classrooms, and Action Horizons.” Computers and Composition 21.3 (2004): 341-361.

Bizzell, Patricia, and Bruce Herzberg, eds.  The Rhetorical Tradition:  Readings from Classical Times to the Present.  Boston:  Bedford, 1990.

Bleeth, Kenneth, and Julie Rivkin.  “The ‘Imitation David’:  Plagiarism, Collaboration, and the Making of a Gay Literary Tradition in David Leavitt’s ‘The Term Paper Artist.’”  PMLA 116.5 (October 2001):  1349-1363.

Britzman, Deborah.  “Is There a Queer Pedagogy?  Or, Stop Reading Straight.”  Educational Theory 45.2 (1995).  <>.  Accessed 2 July 2003.

Butler, Judith.  “Gender Trouble, Feminist Theory, and Psychoanalytic Discourse.”  Feminism/Postmodernism.  Ed. L.J. Nicholson.  New York:  Routledge, Chapman and Hall, 1990.  324-40.

Butler, Judith.  Gender Trouble:  Feminism and the Subversion of Identity.  New York:  Routledge, 1990.

Butler, Paul.  “Embracing AIDS:  History, Identity, and Post-AIDS Discourse.”  JAC 24.1 (2004):  93-112.

Castle, Terry.  “Contagious Folly:  An Adventure and Its Skeptics.”  Critical Inquiry 17 (Summer 1991).  Rpt. Questions of Evidence:  Proof, Practice, and Persuasion across the Disciplines.  Ed. James Chandler, Arnold I. Davidson, and Harry D. Harootunian.  Chicago:  U Chicago P, 1994.  11-42.

Chesebro, James W., ed.  Gayspeak:  Gay Male and Lesbian Communication.  New York:  Pilgrim, 1981.

Coombe, Rosemary J. “Author/izing the Celebrity: Publicity Rights, Postmodern Politics, and Unauthorized Genders.” The Construction of Authorship: Textual Appropriation in Law and Literature. Ed. Martha Woodmansee and Peter Jaszi. Durham: Duke UP, 1994. 101-32.

Cooper, Jan.  “Queering the Contact Zone.”  JAC 24.1 (2004):  23-46.

Cox, Matthew B., and Micheal J. FarIs. “An Annotated Bibliography of LGBTQ Rhetorics.” Present Tense 4.2 (2015).

Cruz-MalavŽ, Arnaldo, and Martin F. Manalansan, IV, eds. Queer Globalizations: Citizenship and the Afterlife of Colonialism.  NYUP, 2002.

Dean, Tim.  “Bodies that Mutter:  Rhetoric and Sexuality.”  Pre/Text 15.1-2 (Spring-Summer 1994):  80-117.

DiGrazia, Jennifer, and Michel Boucher.  “Writing InQueeries:  Bodies, Queer Theory, and an Experimental Writing Class.”  Composition Studies 33.2 (Fall 2005):  25-44.

Doucette, Jonathan. “Composing Queers: The Subversive Potential of the Writing Center.” Young Scholars in Writing 8 (Spring 2011): 5-15.

Duberman, Martin.  Left Out:  The Politics of Exclusion/Essays/1964-2002.  Cambridge, MA:  South End P, 2002.

Edelman, Lee.  Homographesis:  Essays in Gay Literary and Cultural Theory.   New York:  Routledge, 1994.

Elliott, Mary.  “Coming Out in the Classroom.”  College English 58 (1996):  693-708.

Eng, David. “Transnational Adoption and Queer Diasporas.” Social Text 21.3 (Fall 2003).

Escoffier, Jeffrey.  “Culture Wars and Identity Politics:  The Religious Right and the Cultural Politics of Homosexuality.”  Radical Democracy:  Identity, Citizenship, and the State.  Ed. David Trend.  New York:  Routledge, 1996.  165-178.

Feinberg, Leslie.  Stone Butch Blues.  1993.

Foucault, Michel.  The History of Sexuality,Volume I:  An Introduction.  Trans. Robert Hurley.  New York:  Random House, 1978.

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Gibson, Michelle, Martha Marinara, and Deborah Meem.  “Bi, Butch, and Bar Dyke:  Pedagogical Performances of Class, Gender, and Sexuality.”  College Composition and Communication 52.1 (September 2000):  69-95.

Gibson-Graham, J.K. The End Of Capitalism (As We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy. U Minnesota P, 2006.

Goncalves, Zan Meyer. Sexuality and the Politics of Ethos in the Writing Classroom. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 2005.

Haggerty, George E.  Men in Love:  Masculinity and Sexuality in the Eighteenth Century.  Columbia UP.

Hawkeswood, William G.  One of the Children:  Gay Black Men in Harlem.  Ed. Alex W. Costley. Berkeley:  U California P, 1995.

Herring, Susan C., and Asta Zelenkauskaite. “Symbolic Capital in a Virtual Heterosexual Market: Abbreviation and Insertion in Italian iTV SMS.” Written Communication 26.1 (January 2009): 5-31.

Hoagland, Sarah Lucia, and Julia Penelope, eds.  For Lesbians Only:  A Separatist Anthology.  London: Onlywomen, 1988.

Holland, Suzanne.  “Levinas and Otherwise-than-Being (Tolerant):  Homosexuality and the Discourse of Tolerance.”  JAC 23.1 (2003).

Howard, Rebecca Moore.  “Sexuality, Textuality:  The Cultural Work of Plagiarism.”  College English 62.4 (March 2000):  473-491.

Katz, Jonathan.  The Invention of Heterosexuality.  New York:  Dutton, 1995.

Jacobs, Greg.  “Lesbian and Gay Male Language Use:  A Critical Review of the Literature.”  American Speech 71.1 (Spring 1996):  49-71.

Leap, William, ed.  Beyond the Lavender Lexicon:  Authenticity, Imagination, and Appropriation in Lesbian and Gay Languages.  Amsterdan:  Gordon and Breach, 1995.

Leap, William.  Word’s Out: Gay Men’s English.  U Minnesota P, 1996.

Leonardi, Susan J., and Rebecca A. Pope.  “(Co)Labored Li(v)es;  or, Love’s Labors Queered.”  PMLA 116.3 (May 2001):  631-637.

Libretti, Tim.  “Sexual Outlaws and Class Struggle:  Rethinking History and Class Consciousness from a Queer Perspective.”  College English 67.2 (Nov. 2004):  154-171.

Lynch, John. “Institution and Imprimatur: Institutional Rhetoric and the Failure of the Catholic Church’s Pastoral Letter on Homosexuality.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 8.3 (Fall 2005).

Malinowitz, Harriet.  Textual Orientations:  Lesbian and Gay Students and the Making of Discourse Communities.  Heinemann, 1995.

McKee, Heidi A. “‘Always a Shadow of Hope’: Heteronormative Binaries in an Online Discussion of Sexuality and Sexual Orientation.” Computers and Composition 21.3 (2004): 315-340.

McRuer, Robert.  “Composing Bodies;  or, De-Composition:  Queer Theory, Disability Studies, and Alternative Corporealities.”  JAC 24.1 (2004):  47-78.

Monson, Connie, and Jacqueline Rhodes.  “Risking Queer:  Pedagogy, Performativity, and Desire in Writing Classrooms.”  JAC 24.1 (2004):  79-92.

Morris, Charles E. “Archival Queer.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 9.1 (2006)

Morton, Donald.  “The Class Politics of Queer Theory.”  College English 58.4 (April 1996):  471-82.

Myslik, Wayne D.  “Renegotiating the Social/Sexual Identities of Places:  Gay Communities as Safe Havens or Sites of Resistance?” Bodyspace:  Destabilizing Geographies of Gender and Sexuality.  Ed. Nancy Duncan.  New York:  Routledge, 1996.  156-69.

Nast, Heidi J., and Audrey Kobayashi.  “Re-Corporealizing Vision.” Bodyspace:  Destabilizing Geographies of Gender and Sexuality.  Ed. Nancy Duncan.  New York:  Routledge, 1996.  75-96.

Peters, Brad, and Diana Swanson. “Queering the Conflicts: What LGBT Students Can Teach Us in the Classroom and Online.” Computers and Composition 21.3 (2004): 295-313.

Peters, Bradley T.  “Co-Scripting Gay Identities:  Student/Teacher Relationships in the Composition Classroom.”  The Personal Narrative:  Writing Ourselves as Teachers and Scholars.  Ed. Gil Haroian-Guerin.  Herndon, VA:  Calendar Islands, 1999.

Ramirez, John.  “The Chicano Homosocial Film:  Mapping the Discourse of Sex and Gender in American Me.”  Pre/Text:  A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 16.3-4 (Fall-Winter 1995):  260-274.

Reilly, Colleen A. “Sexualities and Technologies: How Vibrators Help to Explain Computers.” Computers and Composition 21.3 (2004): 363-385.

Rhodes, Jacqueline. “Homo Origo: The Queertext Manifesto.” Computers and Composition 21.3 (2004): 385-388.

Ringer, R. Jeffrey, ed.  Queer Words, Queer Images:  Communication and the  Construction of Homosexuality.  New York:  New York UP, 1994.

Shahani, Nishant G.  “Pedagogical Practices and the Reparative Performance of Failure, or, ‘What Does [Queer] Knowledge Do?’”  JAC 25.1 (2005):  185-208.

Sinfield, Alan.  “Lesbian and Gay Taxonomies.”  Critical Inquiry 29.1 (Fall 2002):  120-138.

Smith, Dinitia.  “Harvard Expert on Shakespeare Branches Out.”  New York Times 30 December 2000.  <> 2 January 2001.  [file Theory]

Smith, Julia Marie. “A Gay Girl in Damascus: Multi-Vocal Construction and Refutation of Authorial Ethos.” Authorship Contested: Cultural Challenges to the Authentic Autonomous Author. Ed. Amy E. Robillard and Ron Fortune. Routledge, 2015.

Spurlin, William J., ed.  Lesbian and Gay Studies and the Teaching of English:  Positions, Pedagogies, and Cultural Politics.  Urbana, IL:  National Council of Teachers of English, 2000.

Valentine, Gill.  “(Re)Negotiating the ‘Heterosexual Street’:  Lesbian Productions of Space.” Bodyspace:  Destabilizing Geographies of Gender and Sexuality.  Ed. Nancy Duncan.  New York:  Routledge, 1996.  146-55.

Winans, Amy E. ” Queering Pedagogy in the English Classroom: Engaging with the Places Where Thinking Stops.” Pedagogy 6.1 (2006).

Worth, Heather.  “Jungle Fever:  AIDS and the Peter Mwai Affair.” Bodily Boundaries, Sexualised Genders and Medical Discourses.   Ed. Marion de Ras and Victoria Grace.  Palmerston, New Zealand:  Dunmore, 1997.  52-66.

Zizek, Slavoj.  “Multiculturalism;  or, The Cultural Logic of Multinational Capitalism.”  New Left Review 225 (1997):  28-51.