This review essay places several recent works on homosexuality and the Left within a broader history of scholarly engagement with queer radicalism. Books by Daniel Hurewitz, Terence Kissack, Gary Holcomb, and Kevin Floyd together represent a grappling with defining queer leftist studies. Their works build on the contributions of several generations of scholarship and envision avenues for mapping future studies of radical queer communities, culture, and politics in the United States.

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