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Prophet of Homosexuality and Sociology
John F. Galliher, Wayne Brekhus, and David P. Keys
Captures the turbulent events of a complex and intense person
Laud Humphreys (1930–1988) was a pioneering and fearless sociologist, an Episcopal priest, and a civil rights, gay, and antiwar activist. This biography examines the groundbreaking work through the life of a complex man, and the life of the man through his controversial work.
John F. Galliher is professor of sociology at the University of MissouriColumbia. Wayne Brekhus is assistant professor of sociology at the University of MissouriColumbia. David P. Keys is assistant professor of sociology at the State University of New YorkPlattsburgh.
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LC: 2004007795 HM
144 pp. 6 x 9 12 b/w photos
Paper $18.95 s
Cloth $60.00 s
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