This book is a compilation of his best essays. Much of his work addresses lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) issues, but he also writes about such topics as bullying, being Jewish, the intersectionality of identities, race, religion, and immigration. Dr. Blumenfeld writes about people including Pat Buchanan, Mathew Shepard, Fred Phelps, and Newt Gingrich, and places such as Texas and its school board, Tennessee, Arizona, and Michigan. He also addresses issues such as higher education, the girl scouts, same sex marriage, sexual abuse, and scapegoating populations. This is an outstanding work for such classes as history, political science, diversity, and LGBT studies. It is also an excellent work for discussion groups and book groups who want to delve deeper unto an understanding of what it means to be socially just and socially conscious in the 21st century.
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May 06, 2012
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