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.
Australia’s female prostitute-pickpockets forged strong criminal networks and emotional bonds between the 1860s and the 1920s.
Oral histories with Australian lesbians demonstrate a complex mix of intimate practices and behaviours.
Simon Copland highlights the big questions and controversies addressed at the 2016 Homosexual Histories Conference
Queer Identities in Australia in the Second World War.