Charles Krinsky serves as Senior Lecturer in the College of Professional Studies of Northeastern University. His current research focuses on the construction of youth in American film and television. He is the editor of Moral Panics over Contemporary Children and Youth (2000).
Entries by Charles Krinsky
arts >> Cornell, Katharine, (1893-1974) and Guthrie McClintic (1893-1961)
Actress Katharine Cornell and director Guthrie McClintic sustained one of the most celebrated partnerships in the American theater for forty years; although married and devoted to each other, both partners pursued same-sex relationships.
arts >> Cowell, Henry
American composer Henry Cowell was an important innovator whose brilliant career was severely damaged when he was arrested and imprisoned for having sex with a seventeen-year-old male.
arts >> Marais, Jean
Jean Marais became one of the most celebrated stars of French movies, theater, and television partly because of the early sponsorship of writer and film director Jean Cocteau.
literature >> Millett, Kate
Bisexual feminist literary and social critic Kate Millett is best known for her pioneering critique of patriarchy in Western society and literature, Sexual Politics (1970).
literature >> Woolrich, Cornell
American hard-boiled fiction writer Cornell Woolrich reflected his homosexuality obliquely in his fiction.