Ashley Currier’s “Politicizing Sex in Contemporary Africa: Homophobia in Malawi” illustrates how elites used politicized homophobia to consolidate their moral and political authority.
Public City/Public Sex explores how women who sold sex and men who sought sex with other men shaped the emergence of modern Paris.
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.
This is a history of 20th century medical explanations for sexual crime, from indecent exposure to sadistic violence, and medico-legal attempts at rehabilitation and cure.
Homosexuality on the Small Screen examines the history of television and its role in exploring gay lives and constructing ideas around sexual identity.
Howard Chiang From anti-castration discourses in the late Qing era to sex-reassignment surgeries in Taiwan in the 1950s and queer movements in the 1980s and 1990s, After Eunuchs explores the ways in which the introduction of Western biomedical sciences transformed normative meanings of gender, sexuality, and the body in China. NOTCHES: (re)marks […]
The Mexican gay magazine Macho Tips (1985-1989) engaged with national ideologies of race and gender.