Amber R. Clifford-Napoleone Queering Kansas City Jazz: Gender, Performance, and the History of a Scene is about Kansas City and its jazz scene, especially its peak years in the 1920s and 1930s, but not in the way readers expect. It is not about music. It is a study of forgotten performers and gender […]
Science has been a crucial resource for those seeking to radically rethink the possibilities of sex, gender, and sexuality.
Set in transnational Cairo over a two-decade period, this book is an ethnography about love and desire.
The book is the first critical study of heterosexual and same-sex activities involving Axis prisoners of war in the United States during World War II.
LGBTQ kids reveal what it’s like to be young and queer today.
How is modern microhistory useful for understanding early twentieth-century sexual modernism in Britain?
Emily Manktelow Gender, Power and Sexual Abuse in the Pacific: Rev. Simpson’s ‘Improper Liberties’ is an uncomfortably timely microhistory of a child sexual abuse case in the South Seas Mission of the London Missionary Society. It aims to give voice to those whom the archive has silenced, and to listen […]