Matt Cook explores queer men’s experiences of home and homemaking in the metropolis.
In the end, silences in the historical record may tell us as much about poor journalistic research as they tell us about antigay bias.
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.
It’s hard to believe that we are celebrating one year of Notches! On 6 January 2014,
Who is going to take responsibility for researching the sexual politics of Haringey in the 1980s?
A hallmark of D’Emilio’s work was that he engaged historical sources “emotionally and intellectually,” “with his head and his heart.”