Sex, Law and the Politics of Age: Child Marriage in India, 1891-1937 is a microhistory of a law restraining child marriages passed in colonial India in 1929, and a critical account of the emergence of “age” as scientific and governmental object, crucial for upholding the rule of law, for governing intimate life, and for securing gender rights and social justice, in twentieth century India.
Dickinson’s representations of sexual encounters show the possibilities of gathering sex research data with live couples
Science has been a crucial resource for those seeking to radically rethink the possibilities of sex, gender, and sexuality.
Sex in the Archives is an experiment in writing an American sexual history that refuses the confines of identity in sexuality studies.
Weston’s book is a history of 20th century medical explanations for sexual crime and medico-legal attempts at rehabilitation and cure.
After Eunuchs tells a history of sex change in modern China.
New archival materials that broaden and complicate our understanding of Radclyffe Hall.