Reflections on the #MeToo movement from the NotchesBlog crew and friends.
History of Sexuality
What can a conflict over dancing at Queen’s University tell us about sexual mores in early-twentieth-century Ontario?
How do public historians engage with histories of sexuality?
The history of the concept of psychological androgyny both raises and responds to the question “what is the history of sexuality?”
NOTCHES is very pleased to introduce our cohort of assistant editors for 2016-2017.
NOTCHES is seeking two graduate student Assistant Editors.
Notches’ Assistant Editor program recognizes and mentors promising graduate students who have an interest in digital humanities and public history and who are conducting cutting edge research on the history of sexuality. We are pleased to introduce our assistant editors for 2015-2016. Mackenzie Anne Cooley is a Ph. D. candidate […]