The World and Other Unpublished Works of Radclyffe Hall presents new archival materials that broaden and complicate our understanding of Radclyffe Hall’s place in literary history and the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.
Sarah Schulman on changing attitudes towards intergenerational sex within the queer community.
Heike Bauer A new collection of essays I edited, Sexology and Translation: Cultural and Scientific Encounters Across the Modern World (Temple UP, 2015) shows that the emergence of modern sexuality was a global phenomenon. The book examines the contemporaneous emergence of sexual science in Europe, Asia, Peru, and the Middle […]
‘Virginity is often lost and chastity outraged without any commerce with another’.
Discussions of “deviant” sexuality were visible and vibrant within artistic and literary communities.
Perhaps sometimes a ‘gay bulge’ is just a gae bolga.
Kit Heyam On 23 September 1327, the young king Edward III received word that his father had died. The former Edward II, who had been coerced into abdication in January of that year, had been imprisoned in Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire, at the time of his death. While official reports stated […]