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June 08, 2004

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John Sloas

Thank you for your story.

For the novice, what is a good short (or long if you have time) gender studies reading list?

Joy Paul

Do you know a place in Houston that teaches a course like "An Introduction to Lesbian and Gay American History"?

Hugo

Gosh, John, that may take a while!

How about if I do a little post on the subject, after I've pulled things together.

Joy Paul, check out this link:

http://www.people.ku.edu/~jyounger/lgbtqprogs.html

I'd also check at Rice. They have a great gender program there. One of my good friends from grad school, Allison Sneider, teaches there in women's history. I doubt UH would have much, but you never know.

Joy Paul

Ever think of doing a correspondence course? Or at least sending me a bibliography of relavent books?

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