Books by Gilbert Herdt

NON-FICTION
Released: June 30, 1993

"Repetitious and sometimes academic-sounding, but still useful information about a new generation of gays who are coming out in the daylight and not in a closet or a dark and dangerous bar."
A sure-to-be controversial volume on inducting self-professed homosexual teenagers into the gay and lesbian culture of the 1990's. Read full book review >
GAY CULTURE IN AMERICA by Gilbert Herdt
NON-FICTION
Released: Jan. 10, 1992

"Miguel: Sexual Life History of a Gay Mexican American'' proves a notable exception)."
Dedicated to ``the gay men and lesbians of American intellectual life''—a collection of generally scholarly essays that examine the status, behavior, and values of some segments of the gay community, emphasizing changes that have occurred since 1969's Stonewall Riot. Read full book review >