||Brighton, East Sussex, England
||University of Sussex
Alan Sinfield (born 1941) is an English theorist in the fields of Shakespeare and sexuality, modern theatre, gender studies, queer theory (queer studies), post-1945 politics and cultural theory. Literature, Politics and Culture in Postwar Britain first published in 1989, is a revolutionary socialist interpretation of the postwar cultural settlement and its destruction. He pioneered the Sexual Dissidence programme at the University of Sussex with Jonathan Dollimore and continues to teach post-graduate students and research in the field of sexual dissidence at The University of Sussex.
- Shakespeare, Authority, Sexuality: Unfinished Business in Cultural Materialism (2006)
- Literature, Politics and Culture in Postwar Britain (2004)
- On Sexuality and Power (2004)
- Out on Stage: Lesbian and Gay Theatre in the Twentieth Century (1999)
- Gay and After: Gender, Culture and Consumption (1998)
- The Wilde Century: Effeminacy, Oscar Wilde and the Queer Moment (1994)
- Political Shakespeare: Essays in Cultural Materialism (1994) (With Jonathan Dollimore)
- Faultlines: Cultural Materialism and the Politics of Dissident Reading (1992).