The rise of sexual science, in addition to creating new forms of stigma, also provided the imaginative resources for articulating new modes of resistance.
Tabernacles of Clay sets Mormonism in the broader history of sexuality in modernity by documenting and theorizing the intersections of race, gender, sexuality, religion, and social change.
A history of sexual attitudes and behaviour through five hundred years of empire-building around the world.
Challenging the idea that today’s trans kids are a brand new generation.
Contraceptive Diplomacy narrates a transnational history of birth control in the context of imperial struggles between the United States and Japan.
Desire Work documents the lives of mostly white, ex-gay Pentecostal men in Cape Town, South Africa.
How do we ‘do’ queer history and how might it be constituted in multi- and interdisciplinary terms?