Why a general pardon is good politics but bad history.
evidence of identity and political activism built around a positive interpretation of same-sex desire in the 1820s.
York’s Alternative History explores the histories of York which don’t make the guidebooks.
A sweeping account of sexuality and socialism in twentieth century Britain.
Matt Cook explores queer men’s experiences of home and homemaking in the metropolis.
I can’t help thinking about the importance of having an open, exploratory, but consistent political and intellectual project.
In May 1988, when Marc Stein was working as the coordinating editor of Gay Community News in Boston, Massachusetts, he interviewed Jeffrey Weeks, the influential British sociologist and historian.