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?
Rachel Hope Cleves The fortieth-anniversary celebration of Jonathan Ned Katz’s classic document collection Gay American History convened Wednesday evening, May 4, at John Jay College in New York City, with a panel on lesbian history. Cheryl Clarke presided over comments by Caroll Smith-Rosenberg and Claire Potter to an audience that […]
The crusade against ‘gender ideology’ started with a letter by the Bishops’ Conference of Poland.
Oral history faces the challenge of bridging the divide between the observer and the observed.
Moderated by Regina Kunzel Edited by Devin McGeehan Muchmore What can histories of sexuality and gender tell us about the carceral state? The United States’ incarceration rate has quadrupled since the 1970s, giving the U.S. the largest prison population in the world. According to Bureau of Justice Statistics, over 2.2 […]