The World and Other Unpublished Works of Radclyffe Hall presents new archival materials that broaden and complicate our understanding of Radclyffe Hall’s place in literary history and the history of sexuality.
Recovering the history of LGBTQ+ people in north Florida, this book explores relationships between sexuality, postwar capitalism, and conservative morality in the last half of the 20th century.
St. Louis’s LGBTQ communities have generally reproduced patterns of racial polarization, but the region’s queer geography also complicates this picture.
Does the question of language get to the heart of trans history as a field?
Many in the trans community feared the power that a psychiatric diagnosis lends professionals over trans lives.
Despite the strong political, economic and military alliance between Eastern Bloc countries, they did not adopt a uniform position towards homosexuality.
NOTCHES is seeking short submissions exploring any aspect of histories of sexual violence.