Sometimes the queer stars align right when it’s needed most.
A hallmark of D’Emilio’s work was that he engaged historical sources “emotionally and intellectually,” “with his head and his heart.”
A few weeks ago, Notches asked its readers who teach history of sexuality courses what strategies they use to introduce students to the field.
The symposium demonstrated the continued vitality of research into gender, sex and sexuality in modern British history
Robert Baden-Powell, Cecil Rhodes and Lawrence of Arabia have three things in common.
Lots of working-class men having sex with each other in fields, behind pubs, at each others houses and, perhaps most significantly, at work.
On the launch of the IHR History of Sexuality Seminar.