Beyond the Law focuses on the multiple ways various groups of individuals in the early nineteenth century understood what sodomy was, and what constituted an ethical response to it.
Tag: nineteenth century
The lives, letters, and “romantic friendship” shared between two women during the nineteenth century.
The first critical edition of the complete correspondence of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, a founding figure in the history of sexuality.
On the everyday rhetorical ingenuity of queer romantic letter-writing practices in the nineteenth-century United States.
Trips to courthouses across Nebraska raised important questions about how to conduct research on sexual violence in rural spaces.
One man’s private collection of Victorian pornography is now an important historical source.
The 1838 Markland Inquiry historicizes male anxiety about same-sex intimacy and touch in nineteenth-century Canada.