German, Jew, Muslim, Gay illuminates the complexities of twentieth-century Europe’s religious, sexual, and cultural politics.
This is a story about the life of a scene at a particular historical and geographic juncture as seen through the eyes of those who brought it into being—and then mourned its passing.
The Shape of Sex reveals how and why efforts to define “the human” so often hinged on ideas about nonbinary sex.
Not just a story of polarization between Gay Liberation and the Religious Right, this is also a story of a consensus over the value of protecting straight privilege.
Gay liberation was never only about pride.
On the everyday rhetorical ingenuity of queer romantic letter-writing practices in the nineteenth-century United States.
A history of sexual attitudes and behaviour through five hundred years of empire-building around the world.