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Moving beyond finding new ways to critique literature and philosophy, queer and postmodern theory delves into analyzing the concrete world. Aaron Betsky's Queer Space: Architecture and Same-Sex Desire and David Bell and Gill Valentine's Mapping Desire were groundbreaking studies, exploring how the material world shaped and was shaped by homosexual cultures and communities. In Queers in Space: Communities, Public Places, Sites of Resistance, Gordon Brent Ingram (along with Anne-Marie Bouthillette and Yolanda Retter) brings together more than 30 essays, meditations, studies, and fiction excerpts mapping how gay men and lesbians view, interpret, alter, and ultimately change the worlds in which they live. Writers as varied as Pat Califia, Sarah Schulman, David Bell, and Joan Nestle weigh in along with architects, geographers, and social scientists to delineate the relationship between gay people and the physical world. Weighing in at more than 500 pages, lavishly illustrated and beautifully produced, Queers in Space is a welcome addition to the growing literature of queer and urban studies.

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