Marylynne Diggs is Professor of Humanities at Clark College. Her University of Oregon dissertation was entitled "Sex, Race, and Resistance: Scientific Authority and the Politics of Identity in American Literature."
Entries by Marylynne Diggs
literature >> Frederics, Diana
The pseudonymous Diana: A Strange Autobiography, first published in 1939, is a coming out story that explores the relationship between lesbians and the larger culture and between lesbians and the medical profession.
literature >> Romantic Friendship: Female
Until the beginning of the twentieth century, intimate, exclusive, and often erotic romantic friendships between women were largely perceived as normal and socially acceptable.
literature >> Thoreau, Henry David
In essays, journals, and poems, Henry David Thoreau recorded impassioned expressions of the beauty and the agony of love between men.