Stephen Brogan Rictor Norton is the renowned historian of early modern and nineteenth-century homosexuality, best known for his book Mother Clap’s Molly House: The Gay Subculture in England 1700-1830 (1992). His website is a treasure trove of primary sources and essays, including his online-only source book Homosexuality in Eighteenth-Century England. NOTCHES caught up […]
Queer experiences of the Holocaust have been marginalised, ignored and denied.
The most important dimension of the sexual revolution of the ’60s and ’70s was the increased freedom of sexual speech.
Now that the Right is in power in the United States, people are remembering the first openly gay politician, that is, the top Nazi Ernst Röhm.
I had the pleasure of being a respondent at a conference in honor of Heather White and Anthony Petro’s path breaking publications Reforming Sodom and After the Wrath of God.
Three historians explore the legacy of John Boswell’s landmark text.
Robert Mills reflects on the impact of Boswell’s work on his own gay and scholarly identities.