Julio Cesar Capó, Jr Welcome to Fairyland is a transnational queer history of a relatively new city (Miami proper was incorporated as a city in just 1896). In paying particular attention to how constructions of gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, class, age, ability, and nation collided in the city and beyond […]
Can an archive offer “proof” that historians often seek out?
Havelock Ellis explained that it had been Italian sexological works that had first prompted his interest in sexology.
Historians should not assume that religious institutions have always been hostile to gay rights.
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 […]
Expressing interest in both the history of food and the history of sexuality still has the power to raise eyebrows.
Artistic networks and discourses spanned cultural centers from Tokyo to Paris and New York.