Can an archive offer “proof” that historians often seek out?
Tag: public engagement
Historians of sexuality risk overlooking the significance of indemnity clauses in their contracts.
One of the most significant threads the “Institute of Sexology” unwinds is the intertwined development of sexology and ways female sexuality was perceived.
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.
What impact would explicitly identifying my sexuality have on teaching, learning, discussions and the overall atmosphere of the classroom?
Researching prostitution makes Julia Laite more of a labour historian than a historian of sexuality.