index
Abelove, Henry, 200 n.21
act up, 47–49, 55, 71–72
Adorno, Theodor, 61, 64, 75–76, 78, 81, 169,
172, 179 n.26, 183 n.9, 186 n.32, 190–91
n.11, 201 n.22, 202 n.24
Affect, 58–59, 61–62, 130–32, 151
Affirmation, 11, 12, 30, 32, 46, 52–53, 59,
88, 90–94, 97, 147, 177 n.21. See also
Stereotypes; Politics, U.S. lesbian and
gay
aids, 45, 48, 53, 71–73, 101, 121
Anglo-Catholicism, 160
Antihomophobia, 18–19, 21, 24, 40, 44, 59,
61, 90
Apel, Karl-Otto, 192 n.23
Armstrong, Nancy, 23
Arnold, Matthew, 149, 158–59
Authenticity, 12, 21, 30, 49, 60–67, 147
Autonomy, 21, 68–98, 103–4, 117, 123–24,
154
Bawer, Bruce, 41–42, 122
Bentham, Jeremy, 63, 138, 139, 204 n.11
Berlant, Lauren, 5–6, 39–40, 174 n.8, 178
n.24
Bersani, Leo, 182–83 n.9
Blind, Mathilde, 163
Bloch, Ernst, 101
Brown, Ford Maddox, 162
Browning, Robert, 153
Burton, Sir Richard, 142–43
Butler, Judith, 95, 96, 186 n.32, 195–96 n.59
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 23, 129–31,
135–46, 158–61, 205 n.28
Canonicity (literary), 24, 150–68
Capitalism, 8–9, 11, 13, 15, 50–52, 56–60,
63–66, 74, 78; legitimation profits of,
31, 53–54; as social formation, 13, 15,
60, 63–64, 174 n.9. See also Commodity;
Habermas, Jürgen; Marx, Karl; Value
Carlyle, Thomas, 159
Chandler, Richard, 129
Christensen, Jerome, 140, 205–6 n.31
Citizenship, 12–14, 22, 24, 37–46, 51, 61–63,
69, 101–5, 110, 115–18, 123–25, 126, 175
n.11, 181 n.6, 196–97 n.5. See also Kant,
Immanuel
Civil society, 2, 3, 63, 103–4, 115, 120
Clarke, Charles, and Mary Cowden Clarke,
152
Class, 2–3, 10, 21–23, 39, 51, 56, 64, 74–
79, 147, 153, 162, 176 n.19, 210 n.38; and
bourgeois publicity, 3–4, 8–9, 21–22, 39,
51–52, 56, 61, 74–80, 103, 106, 171; work-
ing class, 76–78. See also Middle class;
Public sphere
Closet, 19, 59, 126, 141
Commodity, 12, 56–59, 61–64, 66, 163. See
also Affect; Marx, Karl
Communicative action: See Habermas,
Jürgen
Complicity, 24–25, 48, 65–67, 88–93, 96,
97, 132
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