A socio-legal history of lesbianism and the criminal law from the eighteenth century to the present.
Tabernacles of Clay sets Mormonism in the broader history of sexuality in modernity by documenting and theorizing the intersections of race, gender, sexuality, religion, and social change.
New and emerging ideas on the subject of sex, gender, and sexuality in the Roman provinces.
A hidden and forgotten aspect of the city’s jazz scene with the stories of people experimenting with gender, sexuality, and identity.
Science has been a crucial resource for those seeking to radically rethink the possibilities of sex, gender, and sexuality.
Set in transnational Cairo over a two-decade period, this book is an ethnography about love and desire.
The book is the first critical study of heterosexual and same-sex activities involving Axis prisoners of war in the United States during World War II.