By exploring their sex lives, The Fires of Lust brings ordinary medieval people to life.
Why is medieval hagiography an important source for trans and genderqueer history?
The Shape of Sex reveals how and why efforts to define “the human” so often hinged on ideas about nonbinary sex.
Anticipating Sin in Medieval Society explores early medieval understandings of sin, looking in particular at childhood, sexuality and violence.
Accusations of witchcraft were often used to explain away transgressive behaviour between kings and favourites.
How have perceptions of magic shaped sexuality, love, and reproduction?