New Zealand’s teenagers embraced romantic and sexual possibilities, and their lives tell of wider social attitudes to morality and respectability
The Female World of Love and Larceny
Australia’s female prostitute-pickpockets forged strong criminal networks and emotional bonds between the 1860s and the 1920s.
Gender, Power and Sexual Abuse in the Pacific
A microhistory of a child sexual abuse case in the South Seas Mission of the London Missionary Society.
‘The first lessons on sex are taught without words’: Sex Education in New Zealand
New Zealand used pictures to tell 20th-century teens compelling stories about ideal sex and intimacy.
‘Deviant and over-sexed’ or ‘respectful and vanilla’: Intimate stories from Australian Lesbians
Oral histories with Australian lesbians demonstrate a complex mix of intimate practices and behaviours.
Sex, Soldiers and the South Pacific
Queer Identities in Australia in the Second World War.
Digital Witnesses: The Parker-Hulme Murder Case and the Teaching of Crime and Sexual Deviance
The Parker-Hulme murder gripped the town of Christchurch, New Zealand in the summer of 1954.