Does the question of language get to the heart of trans history as a field?
Ancient Romans’ transgressive gender performances were reserved only for fiction and fantasy, spirituality and the state.
In the mid-1970s, South African parliamentarians legalized sex reassignment surgery based on understandings of transsexualism from Jan Morris’s Conundrum.
How might historians make sense of trans in past tenses?
In the cradle of human civilisation, individuals were living lives outside of the gender binary.
Mass incarceration cannot be understood without looking through the lenses of gender and sexuality.
Can an archive offer “proof” that historians often seek out?