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.
David Levison and the Heterosexual Revolution in Scotland
In a diatribe delivered to the Church of Scotland’s General Assembly in 1974, Leon David Levision preached that sex without love was ‘mutual exploitation and despoliation.’
‘Longer than a big man’s thigh’: The Perfect Penis in Medieval Europe
What did medieval people think about penises?
“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.
Southerners: Archiving Queer Southern Diaspora in New York City
The Southerners collection opens a window onto extended kinship networks and self-described “surrogate family” in the queer Southern diaspora.
Lovers in Leicester: A Twentieth-Century Gay Couple
Jo Somerset reads between the lines to decipher a gay couple’s secret life in Leicester during the twentieth century.