Weeks, Jeffrey

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WEEKS, Jeffrey

WEEKS, Jeffrey. British, b. 1945. Genres: History, Politics/Government, Sex, Sociology. Career: London School of Economics, research officer, 1970-77; University of Essex, Colchester, fellow, 1978-79; Kent University, Canterbury, lecturer in sociology, 1980-83; University of Southampton, Social Work Studies, research fellow, 1983-85; CNAA, academic administrator, 1985-90; University of the West of England, Bristol, professor of social relations, 1990-94; South Bank University, London, professor of sociology, 1994-, dean of humanities and social science, 1997-. Publications: (with S. Rowbotham) Socialism and the New Life: The Personal and Sexual Politics of Edward Carpenter and Havelock Ellis, 1977; Coming Out: Homosexual Politics in Britain from the 19th Century to the Present, 1977; Sex, Politics, and Society, 1981; Sexuality and Its Discontents, 1985; Sexuality, 1986; (with K. Porter) Between the Acts, 1990; Against Nature, 1991; Invented Moralities, 1995; Making Sexual History, 2000; (with B. Heaphy and C. Donovan) Same Sex Intimacies, 2001. EDITOR: (with C. Cook and others) Sources in British Political History, 5 vols., 1974-78; Family Directory, 1986; Family Studies, 1986; The Lesser Evil and The Greater Good, 1994; (with J. Holland) Sexual Cultures, 1996. Address: 26 Dresden Rd, London N19 3BD, England. Online address: [email protected]