In The Intersexes (ca 1909), Edward Prime-Stevenson used gossip to support his queer readings of 19th-century symphonic music.
“The best fighters of each other’s oppressions”: Trans and Non-Trans Solidarity in Lesbian Communities
There is a rich, but often overlooked, history of affinity and solidarity between trans and non-trans lesbians.
“Beyond the Law”: The Politics Ending the Death Penalty for Sodomy in Britain
Beyond the Law focuses on the multiple ways various groups of individuals in the early nineteenth century understood what sodomy was, and what constituted an ethical response to it.
Outrageous! The Story of Section 28 and Britain’s Battle for LGBT Education
Are there parallels between the homophobic 1980s and the present day?
An Escape from Nazi Vienna: Heinrich Schrefel and Queer Holocaust history
Heinrich Schrefels life offers a queer counterpoint to the majority of Holocaust and Austrian Jewish histories.
Introducing Queer Pasts: A New Digital History Platform
Queer Pasts is a new digital history platform that will present topical exhibits featuring historical essays and primary sources.
“Like Man and Wife:” A Same-sex Relationship Aboard the USS Pinola
Same-sex intimacy aboard a US Navy gunboat during the American Civil War.