| participants: dennis altman|
| ||Dennis Altman|
Chair of Australian Studies 2004/5
Rehearsals for Change, (215pp) Sydney, Collins/Fontana, 1980. Republication by Australian Public Intellectual Network (with introduction by Carmen Lawrence and new afterword) scheduled for 2004.
Defying Gravity: A Political Life, (265pp) Sydney, Allen & Unwin 1997 extract included in G Aitken (ed.), Penguin Book of Australian Gay Writing 2002. Republication by Australian Public Intellectual Network scheduled for 2004
Global Sex, Chicago University Press, 2001.
The Comfort of Men (a novel) (246 pages) Melbourne: Wm Heinemann 1993 (Extract included in R Dessaix: Australian Gay and Lesbian Writing: An Anthology OUP 1993 pp139-42).
A Politics of Poetry: Reconstituting Social Democracy (71pp) Sydney: Pluto Press 1988 (including a rejoinder by Senator Bob McMullan)
Coming Out in the Seventies (312pp) Sydney, Wild & Woolly, 1979; Melbourne, Penguin 1980; Boston, Alyson 1981.
'Marginality on the Tropic' in R Phillips, D. Watt & D. Shuttleton (eds), De-centering Sexualities, London: Routledge 2000: 37-48
'Writing Identities' in C. Palmer & I. Topliss: Globalising Australia Melbourne: Meridian 2000: 63-70
'The Emergence of "Modern" Gay Identities and the Question of Human Rights', in A.M.Hilsdon et. al. Human Rights and Gender Politics: Asia-Pacific Perspectives, London: Routledge 2000: 211-28
Representation, Public Policy and AIDS in M. Sawer & G. Zappala (eds), Speaking for the People, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press 2001: 208-24.
'Queer Centres and Peripheries' Cultural Studies Review forthcoming 2004.
Other evidence of impact and contributions to the field
'The philippines and australia: between asia and the pacific' Budhi (Manila) V:1:2001: 201-8
'Writing the Self' Anthropological Quarterly 75:2 Spring 2002: 317-21
'Rabbit Syndrome: Correspondence' Quarterly Essay 5:2002: 78-82
(with Michael O'Keefe): 'Combating insecurity' HIV Australia 2:3 16-7 2003
In 2001 Co-Chair of the International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific held in Melbourne
President of the AIDS Society of Asia and the Pacific
Visiting Professor – University of Chicago; New York University
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|Dennis Altman, Rehearsals for Change, Bentley, API-Network, 2004. [details]|
|Dennis Altman, Defying Gravity: A Political Life, Bentley, API-Network, 2004. [details]|