Julio Cesar Capó, Jr Welcome to Fairyland is a transnational queer history of a relatively new city (Miami proper was incorporated as a city in just 1896). In paying particular attention to how constructions of gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, class, age, ability, and nation collided in the city and beyond […]
Howard Chiang From anti-castration discourses in the late Qing era to sex-reassignment surgeries in Taiwan in the 1950s and queer movements in the 1980s and 1990s, After Eunuchs explores the ways in which the introduction of Western biomedical sciences transformed normative meanings of gender, sexuality, and the body in China. NOTCHES: (re)marks […]
Desire Work traces the experiences of Pentecostal ex-gay men in Cape Town, South Africa
as they attempt to cure their homosexuality, forge a heterosexual masculinity, and enter into
heterosexual relationships through various forms of emotional, bodily, and religious work.
Queer Comrades is about gay identity and queer activism in contemporary China from a queer Marxist perspective.
If scholars look for what we think of as gay people, we’ll miss many of the queer pleasures and possibilities that exist.
Simon Avery and Kate Graham Sex, Time and Place explores a variety of queer histories of London from c.1850 to the present, with contributions from 15 academics working in a range of different disciplines. When we started thinking about putting the volume together, we were particularly keen to try to […]
Early gay and lesbian activism in Poland formed around the publication of DIY magazines.