Contraceptive Diplomacy narrates a transnational history of birth control in the context of imperial struggles between the United States and Japan.
Tag: 20th Century US History
Lynette Chua The Politics of Love in Myanmar is an ethnographic study of how activists practice human rights, particularly how they interact with and produce emotions and interpersonal relationships as they put human rights into action to build an LGBT rights movement. By offering an intimate account of a group of […]
Trips to courthouses across Nebraska raised important questions about how to conduct research on sexual violence in rural spaces.
Historically, fostering and adoption of adults could prove a useful way for men to provide legal and financial cover for a partner.
Female bisexuality generates both particularly intense anger and fetishization that demand greater historical attention.
Rosalind Rosenberg describes Pauli Murray’s struggles with her gender identity and demonstrates that Murray was truly a person ahead of her time.
Conservative resistance to government funding for AIDS education was racialized and sexualized.