By Esther Kingston-Mann, Tim Sieber
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Introduction 15 Notes Acknowledgments: Our book’s title ﬁrst came from Esther Kingston-Mann’s interview for the 1995 ﬁlming of an orientation video, released in 1996 under the title Achieving Against the Odds, that was produced by Jean Humez of the Women’s Studies Program and designed to support new students at UMass/Boston. 1. , Race, Class and Gender in the United States: An Integrated Study (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1998). 2. : Ablex, 1993). 3. At UMass/Boston, examples of such writing by scholar-teachers include James H.
One example that comes to mind is my handling of Dorothy Allison’s autobio- Coming Out and Leading Out 23 graphical novel Bastard out of Carolina, which I teach as a spiritual comingof-age story. Allison is famous as a lesbian writer, and I would mention that in introducing the book. But her story leaves off before her full sexual awakening, which is foreshadowed only by her closeness with a lesbian aunt. Dwelling on her lesbianism would therefore have violated my ﬁrst defensive principle: don’t appear to be making an issue of it unless it plainly is an issue.