Journal of the History of Sexuality

Journal of the History of Sexuality

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Established in 1990, The Journal of the History of Sexuality illuminates the history of sexuality in all its expressions, recognizing various differences of class, culture, gender, race, and sexual orientation. Spanning geographic and temporal boundaries, JHS provides a much-needed forum for historical, critical, and theoretical research in this field. Its cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary character brings together original articles and critical reviews from historians, social scientists, and humanities scholars worldwide.

 

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September 2014, 23:3

Generations and Regeneration: “Sexceptionalism” and Group Identity among Puritans in Colonial New England
Kathy J. Cooke
The Social Significance of Homosexual Scandals in Spain in the Late Nineteenth Century
Richard Cleminson, Pura Fernández, and Francisco Vázquez García
Till Disinterest Do Us Part: Trial Marriage, Public Policy, and the Fear of Familial Decay in the United States, 1900–1930
William Kuby
Infidelities: Morality, Revolution, and Sexuality in Left-Wing Guerrilla Organizations in 1960s and 1970s Argentina
Isabella Cosse
Lesbians Online: Queer Identity and Community Formation on the French Minitel
Tamara Chaplin

May 2014, 23:2

To Write of the Conjugal Act: Intimacy and Sexuality in Muslim Women’s Autobiographical Writing in South Asia
Siobhan Lambert-Hurley
Masculinity, Appearance, and Sexuality: Dandies in Roman Antiquity
Kelly Olson
The Opposite of the Double Standard: Gender, Marriage, and Adultery Prosecution in Late Medieval France
Sara McDougall
“Devils Would Blush to Look”: Brothel Visits of the New York Female Moral Reform Society, 1835 and 1836
Nicolette Severson
The Women Who Danced for a Living: Exploring Taxi Dancers’ Childhood in Chicago’s Polish American Communities, 1920–1926
Angela I. Fritz
The Parable of Kitty Genovese, the New York Times, and the Erasure of Lesbianism
Marcia M. Gallo

January 2014, 23:1

The Courtesan and the Birth of Ars Erotica in the Kāmasātra: A History of Erotics in the Wake of Foucault
Sanjay Gautam
“Is He a Licentious Lewd Sort of a Person?”: Constructing the Child Rapist in Early Modern England
Sarah Toulalan
Sodomy, Masturbation, and Courts-Martial in the Antebellum American Navy
B. R. Burg
Oscar Wilde, Sodomy, and Mental Illness in Late Victorian England
Dominic Janes
“This Is 1975, Not 1875”: Despair and Longings in Women’s Letters to Cambridge Lesbian Liberation and Daughters of Bilitis Counselor Julie Lee in the 1970s
Heather Murray

September 2013, 22:3

A Suitcase Full of Vaseline, or Travels in the 1970s Gay World
Lucas Hilderbrand
Bad Examples: Children, Servants, and Masturbation in Nineteenth-Century France
Andrew J. Counter
“We, the Sexologists . . .”: Arabic Medical Writing on Sexuality, 1879–1943
Liat Kozma
Love, Sex, and Happiness in Education: The Russells, Beacon Hill School, and Teaching “Sex-Love” in England, 1927–1943
Carla Hustak
Viola Bernard and the Analysis of “Alice Conrad”: A Case Study in the History of Intimacy
Joy Damousi
“It Is One of Those Things That Nobody Can Explain”: Medicine, Homosexuality, and the Australian Criminal Courts during World War II
Yorick Smaal

May 2013, 22:2

Special Issue: Sexuality in Imperial China

Guest Editor: Weijing Lu

Introduction
Weijing Lu
Historicizing Great Bliss: Erotic in Tang China (618–907)
Ping Yao
Abstaining from Sex: Mourning Ritual and the Confucian Elite
Weijing Lu
Anecdotal Writing on Illicit Sex in Song China (960–1279)
Cong Ellen Zhang
The Gendered Body in the Qing Courtroom
Matthew H. Sommer
Male-Male Sexual Bonding and Male Friendship in Late Imperial China
Martin W. Huang

January 2013, 22:1

In Bizarre Fashion: The Double-Voiced Discourse of John Willie's Fetish Fantasia
Julia Pine
Colonial Allure: Normal Homoeroticism and Sodomy in French and Timucuan Encounters in Sixteenth-Century Florida
Heather Martel
Reconsidering Libertines and Early Modern Heterosexuality: Sex and American Founder Gouverneur Morris
Thomas Foster
Trauma, Body, and Mind: Forensic Medicine in Nineteenth-Century Dutch Rape Cases
Willemijn Ruberg
Keying Desire: Alfred Kinsey's Use of Punched-Card Machines for Sex Research
Donna J. Drucker
"The Civil Rights of Parents": Race and Conservative Politics in Anita Bryant's Campaign against Gay Rights in 1970s Florida
Gillian Frank

September 2012, 21:3

Winnie Woodfern Comes Out in Print: Story-Paper Authorship and Protolesbian Self-Representation in Antebellum America
Daniel A. Cohen
From the Sexual Question to the Praise of Prostitution: Modernism and Sexual Politics in Florence, 1908–1914
Mauro Pasqualini
Disorderly Houses: Residencies, Privacy, and the Surveillance of Sexuality in 1920s Harlem
Stephen Robertson, Shane White, Stephen Garton, and Graham White
Waiting for Uncle Ben: Age-Structured Homosexuality in New Zealand, 1920–1950
Chris Brickell
Comrades, Queers, and Oddballs: Sodomy, Masculinity, and Gendered Violence in Leningrad Province of the 1950s
Dan Healey
Sex and the Girl's Single: French Popular Music and the Long Sexual Revolution of the 1960s
Jonathyne Briggs

May 2012, 21:2

Special Issue: Approaches to Childbirth in the Middle Ages

Guest Editor: Margaret Cormack

Introduction: Approaches to Childbirth in the Middle Ages
Margaret Cormack
Childbearing and Infancy in the Carolingian World
Valerie L. Garver
Christianization, Female Infanticide, and the Abundance of Female Burials at Viking Age Birka in Sweden
Nancy L. Wicker
Pregnancy and Childbirth in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century French and English Law
Fiona Harris-Stoertz
Of Vanishing Fetuses and Maidens Made-Again: Abortion, Restored Virginity, and Similar Scenarios in Medieval Irish Hagiography and Penitentials
Maeve B. Callan
Childbirth Miracles in Swedish Miracle Collections
Anders Fröjmark
Mothers and the Martyr: The Unlikely Patronage of a Medieval Dominican Preacher
Donald S. Prudlo

January 2012, 21:1

A Depiction of Male Same-Sex Seduction in Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s Effects of Bad Government Fresco
Dennis Romano
The Virtues of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Marital Infidelity in Marie-Jeanne Roland’s Mémoires particuliers (1795)
Mary McAlpin
Replotting the Ethnographic Romance: Revolutionary Frenchmen in the Pacific, 1768–1804
Carol E. Harrison
Where Else but Greenwich Village? Love, Lust, and the Emergence of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Sexual Rights Agenda, 1920–1931
Leigh Ann Wheeler
Sex and the Ordinary Cuban: Cuban Physicians, Eugenics, and Marital Sexuality, 1933–1958
Sarah R. Arvey
A Busman’s Holiday in the Not-So-Lonely Crowd: Business Culture, Epistolary Networks, and Itinerant Homosexuality in Mid-Twentieth-Century America
Nicholas L. Syrett
Charlotte Wolff’s Contribution to Bisexual History and to (Sexuality) Theory and Research: A Reappraisal for Queer Times

September 2011, 20:3

Special Issue: Intersections of Race and Sexuality

Guest Editor: Ramón A. Gutiérrez

Sexual Abuse of Black Men under American Slavery
Thomas A. Foster
“Crimes which startle and horrify”: Gender, Age, and the Racialization of Sexual Violence in White American Newspapers, 1870–1900
Estelle B. Freedman
Missionary Wives and the Sexual Narratives of German Lutheran Missions among Australian Aborigines
Lisa Curtis-Wendlandt
“Ramon is not one of these”: Race and Sexuality in the Construction of Silent Film Actor Ramón Novarro’s Star Image
Ernesto Chávez
Containing “Perversion”: African Americans and Same-Sex Desire in Cold War Los Angeles
Kevin Allen Leonard
“Miss Eurafrica”: Men, Women’s Sexuality, and Métis Identity in Late Colonial French Africa, 1945–1960
Rachel Jean-Baptiste
Men in the House: Race, Welfare, and the Regulation of Men’s Sexuality in the United States, 1961–1972
Alison Lefkovitz

May 2011, 20:2

Special Issue: Sexual Deviance and Social Control in Late Imperial Eastern Europe

Guest Editors: Keely Stauter-Halsted and Nancy M. Wingfield

Introduction: The Construction of Sexual Deviance in Late Imperial Eastern Europe
Keely Stauter-Halsted and Nancy M. Wingfield


Deviance and the Public Sphere: Media Sensations and Sex Scandals

Scandal at the Severnaia; or, Sex and the “New Man” in Late Imperial Odessa
Roshanna P. Sylvester
Sex Scandals, Sexual Violence, and the Word on the Street: The Kolasówna Lustmord in Cracow’s Popular Press, 1905–1906
Nathaniel D. Wood


Prostitution and Sex Trafficking

The Physician and the Fallen Woman: Medicalizing Prostitution in the Polish Lands
Keely Stauter-Halsted
Destination: Alexandria, Buenos Aires, Constantinople; “White Slavers” in Late Imperial Austria
Nancy M. Wingfield
Prostitutes as a Threat to National Honor in Habsburg-Occupied Serbia during the Great War
Jovana Knežević


Cross-Dressing and Gender Bending

Cross-Dressing in a Russian Orthodox Monastery: The Case of Mariia Zakharova
Christine D. Worobec
Of Female Chastity and Male Arms: The Balkan “Man-Woman” in the Age of the World Picture
Aleksandra Djajić Horváth

January 2011, 20:1

Exclusion as Language and the Language of Exclusion: Tracing Regimes of Gender through Linguistic Representations of the "Eunuch"
Shane Gannon
Between Monks: Tales of Monastic Companionship in Early Byzantium
Derek Krueger
Unbecoming Women: Sex Reversal in the Scientific Discourse on Female Deviance in Britain, 1880–1920
Lisa Carstens
"Must we dance naked?": Art, Beauty, and Law in Munich and Paris, 1911–1913
Edward Ross Dickinson
The Stained Glass Closet: Celibacy and Homosexuality in the Church of England to 1955
Timothy Jones
"The most profoundly revolutionary act a homosexual can engage in": Drag and the Politics of Gender Presentation in the San Francisco Gay Liberation Movement, 1964–1972
Betty Luther Hillman

September 2010, 19:3

"Fitful Rambles of an Unruly Pencil": George Southern's Challenge to Sexual Normativity in 1920s Australia
Lisa Featherstone
Liberal Exclusions and Sex between Men in the Modern Era: Speculations on a Framework
Charles Upchurch
Power and Passion in Sixteenth-Century Florence: The Sexual and Political Reputations of Alessandro and Cosimo I de' Medici
Nicholas Scott Baker
"Against Their Own Weakness": Policing Sexuality and Women in San Antonio, Texas, during World War I
Courtney Q. Shah
Paying for Love: Women's Work and Love in Popular Film in Interwar Britain
Christine Grandy
"Kissing is a symbol of democracy!" Dating, Democracy, and Romance in Occupied Japan, 1945–1952
Mark McLelland
The American Gay Rights Movement and Patriotic Protest
Simon Hall

May 2010, 19:2

Picturing Same-Sex Marriage in the Antebellum United States: The Union of "Two Most Excellent Men" in Longstreet's "A Sage Conversation"
Timothy Stewart-Winter and Simon Stern
Shifting the Scene of the Crime: Sodomy and the American History of Sexual Violence
Stephen Robertson
Frigidity at the Fin-de-Siècle in France: A Slippery and Capacious Concept
Alison Moore and Peter Cryle
From Subversion to Obscenity: FBI's Investigation of the Early Homophile Movement in the United States, 1953–1958
Douglas M. Charles
Parthenogenesis and Lesbian Separatism: Regenerating Women's Community through Virgin Birth in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s
Greta Rensenbrink
Asking Angela: Discourses about Sexuality in an Irish Problem Page, 1963–1980
Paul Ryan

January 2010, 19:1

Special Issue: Desire and Eroticism in Medieval Europe, Eleventh to Fifteenth Centuries: Sex without Sex

Guest Editors:Sally N. Vaughn and Christina Christoforatou

Introduction
Sally N. Vaughn and Christina Christoforatou
The Bishop in the Bedroom: Witnessing Episcopal Sexuality in an Age of Reform
Megan McLaughlin
Long Distance Love: The Ideology of Male-Female Spiritual Friendship in Goscelin of St. Bertin's Liber confortatorius
H. M. Canatella
Saint Anselm and His Students Writing About Love: A Theological Foundation for the Rise of Romantic Love in Europe
Sally N. Vaughn
The Chaste Erotics of Marie d' Oignies and Jacques de Vitry
Jennifer N. Brown
Chaste Marriage, Sexual Desire, and Christian Martyrdom in La vie seinte Audrée
Virginia Blanton
"Temples to Christ's Indwelling": Forms of Chastity in a Barking Abbey Manuscript
Nicole R. Rice
Uncovering Difference: Encoded Homoerotic Anxiety within the Christian Eremitic Tradition in Medieval England
Michelle M. Sauer

September 2009, 18:3

Special Issue: New Perspectives on Commercial Sex and Sex Work in Urban America, 1850-1940

Guest Editor: Timothy J. Gilfoyle

"Wouldn't a Boy Do?" Placing Early-Twentieth-Century Male Youth Sex Work into Histories of Sexuality
Don Romesburg
Saving Young Girls from Chinatown: White Slavery and Woman Suffrage, 1910-1920
Mary Ting Yi Lui
"Bright and Good Looking Colored Girl": Black Women's Sexuality and "Harmful Intimacy" in Early-Twentieth-Century New York
Cheryl D. Hicks
"Look for the Moral and Sex Sides of the Problem": Investigating Jewishness, Desire and Disciplne at Macy's Department Store, New York City, 1913
Val Marie Johnson
Barnum's Brothel: P.T.'s "Last Great Humbug"
Timothy J. Gilfoyle

May 2009, 18:2

Mollies Down Under: Cross-Dressing and Australian Masculinity in Peter Carey's True History of the Kelly Gang
Heather Smyth
Medieval Arab Lesbians and Lesbian-Like Women
Sahar Amer
Women, the Family, and the Fate of the Nation in American Anti-Catholic Narratives, 1830–1860
Sandra Frink
Faith, Desire, and Sexual Identity: Constance Maynard's Atonement for Passion
Pauline Phipps
The Queer Histories of a Crime: Representations and Narratives of Leopold and Loeb
David S. Churchill

January 2009, 18:1

Special Issue: Feminine Sexual Pathologies in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Europe

Guest Editors: Peter Cryle and Lisa Downing

Introduction: Feminine Sexual Pathologies
Peter Cryle and Lisa Downing
From Lamarck to Aberration: Nature, Hierarchies, and Gender
Caroline Warman
Female Sterilization and Artificial Insemination at the French Fin de Siècle: Facts and Fictions
Michael Finn
"A Terrible Ordeal from Every Point of View": (Not) Managing Female Sexuality on the Wedding Night
Peter Cryle
Housewife or Harlot? Sex and the Married Woman in Nineteenth-Century France
Rachel Mesch
Theorizing Female Inversion: Sexology, Discipline, and Gender at the Fin de Siècle
Heike Bauer
The Origin of Italian Sexological Studies: Female Sexual Inversion, ca. 1870–1900
Chiara Beccalossi
Murder in the Feminine: Marie Lafarge and the Sexualization of the Nineteenth-Century Criminal Woman
Lisa Downing
Rethinking Gendered Perversion and Degeneration in Visions of Sadism and Masochism, 1886–1930
Alison Moore
Selfish Passions and Artificial Desire: Rereading Clérambault's Study of "Silk Erotomania"
Peta Allen Shera

September 2008, 17:3

Illegal Sexual Behavior in Late Medieval Norway as Testified in Supplications to the Pope
Torstein Jørgensen
Producing Patriarchy: Male Sodomy and Gender in Early Modern Spain
Cristian Berco
Women's Bodies, Demography, and Public Health: Abortion Policy and Perspectives in the Ottoman Empire of the Nineteenth Century
Tuba Demirci and Selçuk Akşin Somel
Pathologizing the Leaky Male Body: Spermatorrhoea in Nineteenth-Century British Medicine and Popular Anatomical Museums
Elizabeth Stephens
Queering Fundamentalism: John Balcom Shaw and the Sexuality of a Protestant Orthodoxy
Kathryn Lofton

May 2008, 17:2

Who Is the Subject? Queer Theory Meets Oral History
Nan Alamilla Boyd
Erotica and Women in Early Modern France: Madeleine de l'Aubespine's Queer Poems
This article received the 2009 Nancy Lyman Roelker Prize from the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference.
Anna Klosowska
Prostitution and the Origins of the Governmental Regulatory System in Nineteenth-Century Spain: The Plans of the Trienio Liberal, 1820–1823
Jean-Louis Guereña
Controlling Male Sexuality: Combating Venereal Disease in the New Zealand Military during Two World Wars
Antje Kampf
The Battle in Every Man's Bed: Playboy and the Fiery Feminists
Carrie Pitzulo

January 2008, 17:1

Special Issue: Masculinity and Homosexuality in Germany and the German Colonies, 1880–1945

Guest Editors: Daniel Walther and Clayton Whisnant

Introduction: Gay German History: Future Directions?
Clayton Whisnant
Racializing Sex: Same-Sex Relations, German Colonial Authority, and Deutschtum
Daniel J. Walther
Colonial Intimacy: The Rechenberg Scandal and Homosexuality in German East Africa
Heike I. Schmidt
Male Sexuality and Psychological Trauma: Soldiers and Sexual Disorder in World War I and Weimar Germany
Jason Crouthamel
The Rites of Artgenossen: Contesting Homosexual Political Culture in Weimar Germany
Glenn Ramsey
Queer Eyes and Wagnerian Guys: Homoeroticism in the Art of the Third Reich
Tim Pursell

September 2007, 16:3

Special Issue: Latin American Sexualities

Guest Editor: Ramón A. Gutiérrez

Introduction to the Special Issue
Ramón A. Gutiérrez
Masturbation, Salvation, and Desire: Connecting Sexuality and Religiosity in Colonial Mexico
Zeb Tortorici
Women on Top: The Love Magic of the Indian Witches of New Mexico
Ramón A. Gutiérrez
Conjugal Violence, Sex, Sin, and Murder in the Mission Communities of Alta California
Brian T. McCormack
Masculine Friendships, Sentiment, and Homoerotics in Nineteenth-Century Mexico: The Correspondence of José María Calderón y Tapia, 1820s–1850s
Víctor Manuel Macías-González
Plebeian Masculinity and Sexual Comedy in Buenos Aires, 1880–1930
Pablo Ben
Sex and the Security State: Gender, Sexuality, and "Subversion" at Brazil's Escola Superior de Guerra, 1964–1985
Benjamin Cowan
"Obvious Gays" and the State Gaze: Cuban Gay Visibility and U.S. Immigration Policy during the 1980 Mariel Boatlift
Susana Peña

May 2007, 16:2

The Peirce Brothers, John Addington Symonds, Horatio Brown, and the Boundaries of Defending Homosexuality in Late-Nineteenth-Century Anglo-America
William Pencak
Purgatory, Punishment, and the Discourse of Holy Widowhood in the High and Later Middle Ages
Katherine Clark
Policing Sex in Germany, 1882-1982: A Preliminary Statistical Analysis
Edward Ross Dickinson
Free for All Lesbians: Lesbian Cultural Production and Consumption in the United States during the 1970s
Heather Murray
Discophobia: Antigay Prejudice and the 1979 Backlash against Disco
Gillian Frank

January 2007, 16:1

A Neglected Document on Socialism and Sex
Christopher Phelps
Female Mutability and Male Anxiety in an Early Buddhist Legend
Serinity Young
Milkmaids, Ploughmen, and Sex in Eighteenth-Century Britain
Robin Ganev
Sapphism and Sedition: Producing Female Homosexuality in Great War Britain
Deborah Cohler
A Part and Apart: Lesbian and Straight Feminist Activists Negotiate Identity in a Second-Wave Organization
Stephanie Gilmore and Elizabeth Kaminski

September 2006, 15:3

Queer Hoover: Sex, Lies, and Political History
Claire Bond Potter
Children of Disorder: Clerical Parentage, Illegitimacy, and Reform in the Middle Ages
Laura Wertheimer
Sexual and Textual Indeterminacy: Eighteenth-Century English Representations of Sapphism
Catherine Craft-Fairchild
Authenticity and Asceticism: Discourse and Performance in Nude Culture and Health Reform in Belgium, 1920–1940
Evert Peeters
Gayola: Police Professionalization and the Politics of San Francisco's Gay Bars, 1950–1968
Christopher Agee

May 2006, 15:2

Chaussons in the Streets: Sodomy in Seventeenth-Century Paris
Jeffrey Merrick
Infidelity and the Presidio Captain: Adultery and Honor in the Lives of María Rosa Tato y Anza and José Antonio Vildósola, Sonora, New Spain, 1769–1783
Carlos Herrera
"One Yank and They're Off": Interaction between U.S. Troops and Northern Irish Women, 1942–1945
Leanne McCormick
Perversion for Profit: Citizens for Decent Literature and the Arousal of an Antiporn Public in the 1960s
Whitney Strub
Spiral Women: Locating Lesbian Activism in New Zealand Feminist Art, 1975–1992
Judith Collard

January 2006, 15:1

Monastic Masturbation in Pali Buddhist Texts
J. Duncan M. Derrett
Heterosexuality as a Threat to Medieval Studies
James A. Schultz
"Inspired by Flames of Love": Homosexuality, Mysticism, and Moravian Brothers around 1750
Paul Peucker
"Model Mamas": The Domestic Partnership of Home Economics Pioneers Flora Rose and Martha Van Rensselaer
Megan Elias
The Joy of Work: Helen Gurley Brown, Gender, and Sexuality in the White-Collar Office
Julie Berebitsky

October 2005, 14:4

The Queer Life and Afterlife of Roger Casement
Brian Lewis
Embodying Delinquency: Boys' Bodies, Sexuality, and Juvenile Justice History in Early-Twentieth-Century Quebec
Tamara Myers
"Your body is yours": Anarchism, Birth Control, and Eugenics in Interwar France
Richard Sonn
Sexualizing Youth: Morality Campaigns and Representations of Youth in Early 1960s Buenos Aires
Valeria Manzano

July 1995, 6:1

Celibate Pleasures: Masculinity, Desire, and Asceticism in Augustine
Erin Sawyer
Images of Alice: Gender, Deviancy, and a Love Murder in Memphis
Lisa J. Lindquist
Mother Nature versus the Amazons: Marina Tsvetaeva and Female Same-Sex Love
Diana Lewis Burgin
Youth, Corruptibility, and English-Canadian Postwar Campaigns against Indecency, 1948-1955
Mary Louise Adams

July 2005, 14:3

Savages in the Scottish Enlightenment's History of Desire
Pat Moloney
Nationalizing Sexuality: Sexual Stereotypes in the Habsburg Empire
Alexander Maxwell
Heterogeneous Imperialism and the Regulation of Sexuality in British West Africa
Richard Phillips
Sexuality and Gender in Hirschfeld's Die Transvestiten: A Case of the "Elusive Evidence of the Ordinary"
Darryl B. Hill

January/April 2005, 14:1/2

Special Issue: Studying the History of Sexuality: Theory, Methods, Praxis

Guest Editors: Julian Carter and Lesley A. Hall

Introduction: Theory, Methods, Praxis: The History of Sexuality and the Question of Evidence
Julian Carter
Without a Trace: Sexuality and the Colonial Archive
Anjali Arondekar
Where in the World are the Lesbians?
Linda Garber
Vernon Lee's Place in Lesbian History: Some Thoughts on Letters, Evidence, and Desire
Sally Newman
Feminine Masculinities: Scientific and Literary Representations of "Female Inversion" at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
Claudia Breger
On Mother-Love: History, Queer Theory, and Nonlesbian Identity
Julian Carter
Twilight Moments
Anna Clark
What's Law Got to Do with It? Legal Records and Sexual Histories
Stephen Robertson
Remembering Foucault
Jeffrey Weeks

October 2004, 13:4

"Having It off" with Fish, Camels, and Lads: Sodomitic Pleasures in German-Language Turcica
Silke R. Falkner
Discourse and Sexual Desire: German-Language Discourse on Masturbation in the Late Eighteenth Century
Franz X. Eder
"A Very Proper Bostonian": Rediscovering Ogden Codman and His Late-Nineteenth-Century Queer World
David D. Doyle Jr.
"Anna Rüling": A Problematic Foremother of Lesbian Herstory
Christiane Leidinger
"The Sexual State": Sexuality and Scottish Governance, 1950–1980
Roger Davidson

July 2004, 13:3

Philosophy in the English Boudoir: Havelock Ellis, Love and Pain, and Sexological Discourses on Algophilia
Ivan Crozier
Mephistopheles and Monkeys: Rejuvenation, Race, and Sexuality in Popular Culture in Interwar France
Brett A. Berliner
Building a More Stately Closet: French Gay Movements since the Early 1980s
Scott Gunther
The Sexual Unification of Germany
Ingrid Sharp

April 2004, 13:2

"Wearing out a Pair of Fool's Shoes": Sexual Advice for Youth in Holland's Golden Age
Benjamin B. Roberts, Leendert F. Groenendijk
William Acton's Antipodean Disciples: A Colonial Perspective on His Theories of Male Sexual (Dys)Function
Robert Darby
"This Intricate Commerce of Souls": The Origins and Some Early Expressions of Lytton Strachey's Ethics
Todd Avery
The Politics of Sexual Knowledge: The Origins of Ireland's Containment Culture and the Carrigan Report (1931)
James M. Smith

January 2004, 13:1

The Sodomitic Lions of Granada
Glenn W. Olsen
In the Name of the Law: The "Female Homosexual" and the Criminal Code in Fin de Siècle Germany
Tracie Matysik
Regulating Chinese Women's Sexuality during the Japanese Occupation of Manchuria: Reading between the Lines of Wu Ying's "Yu" (Lust) and Yang Xu's Wo de riji (My Diary)
Norman Smith
Public Pedagogy: Sex Education and Mass Communication in the Mid-Twentieth Century
Alison Bashford, Carolyn Strange

October 2003, 12:4

Love, Sodomy, and Scandal: Controlling the Sexual Reputation of Henry III
Katherine B. Crawford
The Trials of Frederick Hollick: Obscenity, Sex Education, and Medical Democracy in the Antebellum United States
April Haynes
Prostitution and Moral Reform in the Borderlands: El Paso, 1890–1920
Ann R. Gabbert
Bahnhof Boys: Policing Male Prostitution in Post-Nazi Berlin
Jennifer V. Evans

July 2003, 12:3

Friction of the Genitals and Secularization of Morality
Patrick Singy
Body Doubles: The Spermatorrhea Panic
Ellen Bayuk Rosenman
Homosexual Signs and Heterosexual Silences: Rorschach Research on Male Homosexuality from 1921 to 1969
Peter Hegarty
The Sexual Abuse Paradigm in Historical Perspective: Passivity and Emotion in Mid-Twentieth-Century America
Beryl Satter

April 2003, 12:2

The B-Girl Evil: Bureaucracy, Sexuality, and the Menace of Barroom Vice in Postwar California
Amanda H. Littauer
The Silence Is Broken: A History of the First Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual College Student Groups
Brett Beemyn
"That's My Place!": Negotiating Racial, Sexual, and Gender Politics in San Francisco's Gay Latino Alliance, 1975–1983
Horacio N. Roque Ramírez
The Defense of Marriage Act and American Exceptionalism: The "Gay Marriage" Panic in the United States
Barry D. Adam
Competing Claims for Justice: Sexuality and Race at the Eighth Assembly of the Uniting Church in Australia, 1997
Avril Hannah-Jones

January 2003, 12:1

The World League for Sexual Reform: Some Possible Approaches
Ralf Dose
"All the World's a Stage": Dora Russell, Norman Haire, and the 1929 London World League for Sexual Reform Congress
Ivan Crozier
From Neo-Malthusianism to Sexual Reform: The Dutch Section of the World League for Sexual Reform
Henny Brandhorst
Sexual Reform, Psychoanalysis, and the Politics of Divorce in Spain in the 1920s and 1930s
Thomas F. Glick
The World League for Sexual Reform in Spain: Founding, Infighting, and the Role of Hildegart Rodríguez
Alison Sinclair
"Science and Sympathy" or "Sexual Subversion on a Human Basis"? Anarchists in Spain and the World League for Sexual Reform
Richard Cleminson

October 2002, 11:4

Correcting Some Misconceptions about St. Augustine's Sex Life
Alan G. Soble
Randy on the Rand: Portuguese African Labor and the Discourse on "Unnatural Vice" in the Transvaal in the Early Twentieth Century
Ross G. Forman
"Syphilis, Opiomania, and Pederasty": Colonial Constructions of Vietnamese (And French) Social Diseases
Frank Proschan
White-Livered Widders and Bad-Blooded Men: Folk Illness and Sexual Disorder in Southern Appalachia
Anthony Cavender, Steve Crowder

July 2002, 11:3

The Garment and the Man: Masculine Desire in Harris's List of Covent-Garden Ladies, 1764–1793
Elizabeth Campbell Denlinger
Bitches, Mollies, and Tommies: Byron, Masculinity, and the History of Sexualities
D. S. Neff
Officers, Gentlemen, "Man-Talk," and Group Sex in the "Old Navy," 1870–1873
B. R. Burg
"Sporty" Girls and "Artistic" Boys: Friendship, Illicit Sex, and the British "Companionship" Advertisement, 1913–1928
H. G. Cocks

January/April 2002, 11:1/2

Hubris and Hypocrisy, Incitement and Disavowal: Sexuality and German Fascism
Dagmar Herzog
Sexuality and Nazism: The Doubly Unspeakable?
Elizabeth D. Heineman
Backlash against Prostitutes' Rights: Origins and Dynamics of Nazi Prostitution Policies
Julia Roos
Homophobic Propaganda and the Denunciation of Same-Sex-Desiring Men under National Socialism
Stefan Micheler, Patricia Szobar
Telling Sexual Stories in the Nazi Courts of Law: Race Defilement in Germany, 1933 to 1945
Patricia Szobar
Fascism and the Female Form: Performance Art in the Third Reich
Terri J. Gordon
Forbidden Company: Romantic Relationships between Germans and Foreigners, 1939 to 1945
Birthe Kundrus, Patricia Szobar
Sex with a Purpose: Prostitution, Venereal Disease, and Militarized Masculinity in the Third Reich
Annette F. Timm
The Denial of Homosexuality: Same-Sex Incidents in Himmler's SS and Police
Geoffrey J. Giles
Victims, Villains, and Survivors: Gendered Perceptions and Self-Perceptions of Jewish Displaced Persons in Occupied Postwar Germany
Atina Grossmann
The Pink Triangle and Political Consciousness: Gays, Lesbians, and the Memory of Nazi Persecution
Erik N. Jensen

July/October 2001, 10:3/4

Introduction: Foucault's The History of Sexuality: The Fourth Volume, or, a Field Left Fallow for Others to Till
Daniel Boyarin, Elizabeth A. Castelli
A Maidservant and Her Master's Voice: Discourse, Identity, and Eros in Rabbinic Texts
Dina Stein
When Women Walk in the Way of Their Fathers: On Gendering the Rabbinic Claim for Authority
Charlotte Elisheva Fonrobert
Thinking with and about "Same-Sex Desire": Producing and Policing Female Sexuality in the Acts of Xanthippe and Polyxena
Jill Gorman
Queer Lives of Saints: Jerome's Hagiography
Virginia Burrus
The Perils of Love: Magic and Countermagic in Coptic Egypt
David Frankfurter
Ethiopian Demons: Male Sexuality, the Black-Skinned Other, and the Monastic Self
David Brakke

April 2001, 10:2

History's Queer Touch: A Forum on Carolyn Dinshaw's Getting Medieval: Sexualities and Communities, Pre- and Postmodern: Introduction
Elizabeth A. Castelli
Brilliant Constellations: History in the Presence of the Now
Rosemary Drage Hale
The Normal, the Queer, and the Middle Ages
Amy Hollywood
Touching and Acting, or the Closet of Abjection
Mark D. Jordan
Touching the past; Or, Hanging Chad
Ann Pellegrini
Queering Filiality, Raising the Dead
Angela Zito
Got Medieval?
Carolyn Dinshaw
Birds, Bees, and Venereal Disease: Toward an Intellectual History of Sex Education
Julian B. Carter
"I Made up My Mind to Get It": The American Trial of The Well of Loneliness New York City, 1928–1929
Leslie A. Taylor
Toward a Global History of Same-Sex Sexuality
Leila J. Rupp

January 2001, 10:1

Hidden in History: Female Homoeroticism and Women of a "Third Nature" in the South Asian Past
Walter Penrose
"Regeneration; Now and Evermore!": Mormon Polygamy and the Physical Rehabilitation of Humankind
B. Carmon Hardy and Dan Erickson
"This Pernicious Delusion": Law, Medicine, and Child Sexual Abuse in Early-Twentieth-Century Scotland
Roger Davidson
Behind the Mask of Respectability: Reconsidering the Mattachine Society and Male Homophile Practice, 1950s and 1960s
Martin Meeker

October 2000, 9:4

Name Your Pleasure: The Transformation of Sexual Language in Nineteenth-Century British Pornography
Lisa Z. Sigel
"To Become Good, Self-Supporting Women": The State Industrial School for Delinquent Girls at Geneva, Illinois, 1900–1935
Anne Meis Knupfer
The Importance of Being Orgasmic: Sexuality, Gender, and Marital Sex Manuals in the United States, 1920–1963
Jessamyn Neuhaus

July 2000, 9:3

Recording the Unspeakable: Masturbation in the Diary of William Drummond, 1657–1659
David Stevenson
"Sodomitical Sins Are Threefold": Typologies of Bestiality, Masturbation, and Homosexuality in Sweden, 1880–1950
Jens Rydström
The Glandular Solution: Sex, Masculinity, and Aging in the 1920s
Laura Davidow Hirshbein
Murder, Perversion, and Moral Panic: The 1954 Media Campaign against Miami's Homosexuals and the Discourse of Civic Betterment
Fred Fejes

January/April 2000, 9:1/2

"Lesbian-Like" and the Social History of Lesbianisms
Judith M. Bennett
Aphrodisiac Use in Pre-Columbian Aztec and Inca Cultures
Jan G. R. Elferink
Self-Pollution, Moral Reform, and the Venereal Trade: Notes on the Sources and Historical Context of Onania (1716)
Michael Stolberg
"Strong Animal Passions" in the Gilded Age: Race, Sex, and a Senator on Trial
Lynn M. Hudson
Bathhouses, Hustlers, and a Sex Club: The Reception of Mikhail Kuzmin's Wings
John E. Malmstad
Nakedness, Nonviolence, and Brahmacharya: Gandhi's Experiments in Celibate Sexuality
Vinay Lal
From the Lesbian Nation to the Cincinnati Lesbian Community: Moving Toward a Politics of Location
Susan K. Freeman

April 1998, 8:4

Pollution, Promiscuity, and the Pox: English Venereology and the Early Modern Medical Discourse on Social and Sexual Danger
Kevin P. Siena
The Great Masturbation Panic and the Discourses of Moral Regulation in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Britain
Alan Hunt
"Only the Real, the True, the Masculine Held Its Value": Ernst Röhm, Masculinity, and Male Homosexuality
Eleanor Hancock

January 1998, 8:3

Signs, Marks, and Private Parts: Doctors, Legal Discourses, and Evidence of Rape in the United States, 1823–1930
Stephen Robertson
Divine Sex, Happy Marriage, Regenerated Nation: Marie Stopes's Marital Manual Married Love and the Making of a Best-Seller, 1918–1955
Alexander C. T. Geppert
Teenage Sexuality in Nazi Germany
Robert G. Waite
"Looking like a Lesbian": The Organization of Sexual Monitoring at the United States-Mexican Border
Eithne Luibheid

Editor
Prof. Annette Timm
Editor, Journal of the History of Sexuality
c/o Department of History
University of Calgary
SS656, 2500 University Drive NW
Calgary, AB T2N 1N4
Canada

Contributor Guidelines

We invite submissions of original essays to the Journal of the History of Sexuality.

All essays received will be reviewed internally for suitability for publication, but only those that are centered on the history of sexuality will be sent for external review. In other words, essays must deal with historical rather than contemporary aspects of sexuality and attempt to illuminate the past rather than the present. If an essay describes literature or art of the past, it must emphasize the historical context of that literary or artistic production and shed light on the society in which that production happened rather than be centered on understanding the literature or art (or author or artist) itself. The external review is a double-blind process; essays will be sent to scholars who are experts in the author’s particular field.

All essays must be submitted in the English language, including all quoted material. It is best if essays conform to the style requirements listed below even before the review process, but it is not required. (So, for example, essays may use British Commonwealth spelling and conventions rather than American ones and APA or MLA style for notes rather than Chicago style when first submitted.) Ideally, essays should be no more than 10,000 words.

By submitting an essay for review, its author declares that

  • the essay or its findings have not been published in similar form elsewhere, either in abbreviated or elaborated form in any language;
  • the essay or its findings are not under consideration for publication elsewhere; and
  • the essay will not be published within three full years from the date of submission elsewhere, for example, as a chapter or chapters in a forthcoming monograph by the author or in a volume of collected essays.

The review process takes approximately three months; all authors will be contacted, usually by email, as soon as a decision has been reached about the publication of the essay. Currently, there is a delay of about two full years between the time an essay is given final acceptance (that is, at the end of the review process and after an author has made whatever changes are deemed necessary) and its appearance in print. All articles are published in the order in which they are given final acceptance. Acceptance of an essay is valid only for one year from the date of notification; if an essay is returned with requested revisions after one year, it may be subject to an additional round of reviews with no guarantee of final acceptance.

If accepted for publication, the essay will be edited, copyedited, and typeset according to the determinations of the editor and the press. Authors who submit should recognize that they will likely be asked to make revisions to content, wording, and format so as to conform to the conventions of the JHS and the University of Texas Press. Submitting an essay for possible publication in the JHS therefore implies an author’s willingness to cooperate in adhering to these conventions and to answer questions and accept such changes within a timely fashion.

No payment is made for any contributions, but all authors will receive two free copies of the issue in which their article appears, and additional copies or offprints may be ordered from the press.

All submissions should be made as email attachments to Professor Annette Timm, Editor of the JHS, at the following email address: jhs@ucalgary.ca

If you are unable to submit by email, submissions may be made through regular mail to the following address:

Prof. Annette Timm
Editor, Journal of the History of Sexuality
c/o Department of History
University of Calgary
SS656, 2500 University Drive NW
Calgary, AB T2N 1N4
Canada 

Submissions are preferred in PDF rather than doc/docx or rtf format, especially if unusual characters are used in the essay, but essays are accepted in any of these formats. Before you submit, be sure to remove any elements that might identify you as author, including not only your name following the title and on headers or footers, but also any individuals or institutions named in acknowledgments as well as references to any of your previous publications identified as your own. (These elements can all be restored if the essay is accepted for publication.) All essays should be double-spaced, including notes. Images or tables are best embedded within the text for the review process, but are also acceptable if they are included at the end of the essay. Contributors who wish to use images to accompany their articles in print must make a good-faith effort to obtain permission to reprint those images from the holders of any copyright for them, and any cost to such permissions must be borne by the contributor. Such permissions are not necessary for the review process, but will be required before the article is published.

Before being accepted for publication, essays must conform to the following style of the JHS. (It is not required that essays submitted for review conform to it.) In general, that style follows The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition.

Font and margins: Times New Roman 12 point should be used. Margins should be one inch on all sides.

Spacing: Please add a line of space before and after titles or subtitles and the main body of the text. Please insert only one word space at the end of each sentence. All text, including titles and notes, should be double-spaced and left-justified.

Bolding, italicization, and underlining: Bolding and italicization should never be used. All titles of periodicals and books should be underlined.

Non-English words and titles: All non-English words should be underlined, unless they have become part of the general English vocabulary (for example, “fiancée” and “Zeitgeist”); see Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, 11th edition. Unfamiliar terms, if frequently used, need only be underlined at their first appearance. These words must be translated immediately following their first appearance in the text, in parentheses, including titles (but not titles given only in notes).

Quotations: According to the less rigorous form of the Chicago style, the first word of a quotation can be changed from lowercase to uppercase and vice versa without being enclosed in square brackets, and punctuation at the end of a quotation can be changed to fit the surrounding text. An ellipsis (three spaced dots) should not be added at the start or end of a quotation, although an ellipsis should be inserted within a quotation when original material has been omitted. The Chicago style also permits the addition of punctuation before or after an ellipsis (although a period always precedes it, and the first word of the next sentence in the quotation can be changed from lowercase to uppercase without the changed letter being enclosed in brackets).

Block quotations should not be used unless the quotation consists of 100 words or more. They should be distinguished from the main body of the text by being indented one full inch from the left margin and should also be double-spaced. There should not be a line of space either before or after a block quotation.

Hyphens: Chicago style recommends closing compound words formed with prefixes (such as “antigay” and “prodemocracy”) unless the lack of a hyphen causes confusion (“pro-life,” “meta-analysis”). A compound adjective before a noun is usually hyphenated (“a middle-aged man”); following a noun, it is often left open (“the man is middle aged”). Please consult the chart on pages 375–84 in The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed., for more details on hyphenation.

Dates should be written as in the following example: 19 April 1654. Centuries should always be spelled out and should be hyphenated when used as adjectives (“nineteenth-century literature”).

American vs. British Commonwealth spelling and punctuation: American spelling should always be used, aspects of which include -or rather than -our word endings (as in “labor” and “color”), -ize/-ization rather than -ise/-isation (as in “criticize” and “civilization”), and other peculiarities: the l in “traveled” is not doubled, and “practice” is used for the verb as well as the noun form. Chicago style recommends the use of “that” for a restrictive clause (without commas before and after the clause) and “which” (with commas) for a nonrestrictive clause. Use single quotation marks only for quotations within quotations; place commas and periods within quotation marks.

Use of Latin abbreviations and symbols: Ibid. and et al. may be used in notes, but no other Latin abbreviations (such as passim and op. cit.) should be used. Do not use Latin abbreviations within the main body of the text; always spell out i.e. as “that is” and e.g. as “for example,” even parenthetically or in notes. Symbols should also generally be avoided: for example, use “percent” rather than %.

Notes should appear as endnotes, double-spaced and in Times New Roman 12 point font, and without additional spacing between notes. Within the main body of the text, a note number should be placed at the end of a sentence, unless exceptional reasons require it to be placed within the sentence. If a text paragraph includes a number of page references to the same source, consolidate those references in one note, with the note number at the end of the paragraph. Notes should follow Chicago style. Here are some of its most common features:

  • Provide a complete citation, including subtitle, city, and publisher, of a book at its first appearance; subsequent citations should be abbreviated (author’s last name plus a shortened version of the title):

    1 Gilbert Herdt, Guardians of the Flutes: Idioms of Masculinity (New York: McGraw Hill, 1981), 17.
    . . .
    3 Herdt, Guardians of the Flutes, 21-25.

  • Ibid. (not underlined) may be used when references to the same work immediately follow each other:

    3 Herdt, Guardians of the Flutes, 21-25.
    4 Ibid.
    5 Ibid., 97-102.
  • Page numbers should always be given without an abbreviation (such as p. or pp. or pg.). If the note cites a multivolume work, the volume number should precede the page number, again without any identifying abbreviation (such as vol.), with the numbers separated by a colon:

    5 Winston Churchill, The World Crisis, 1911-1918, 6 vols. (London: Thornton Butterworth, 1923-31), 3:127-35.
    6 Ibid., 1:87-96.
  • The first citation of the journal should include both the volume and issue numbers as well as the year date (but not the month or season). Because the journal does not provide separate reference lists in articles, include in the note the full page range of the article as well as the page numbers of specific text quotes; all page numbers follow a colon:

    7 Pat Moloney, “Savages in the Scottish Enlightenment’s History of Desire,” Journal of the History of Sexuality 14, no. 3 (1992): 237-65, 244.
  • A reference to an essay in an edited collection should include complete information at the first appearance; subsequent references should be shortened. If another essay in the same collection is later cited, the essay should include the author’s full name and the full title of the essay, but the citation to the edited collection can be shortened:

    9 Pieter Judson, “The Gendered Politics of German Nationalism in Austria, 1880-1990,” in Austrian Women in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives, ed. David Good, Margarete Grandner, and Mary Jo Maynes (Providence, RI: Berghan Books, 1996), 5.
    . . .
    11 Judson, “Gendered Politics.”
    12 Marie-Luise Angerer, “The Discourse on Female Sexuality in Nineteenth-Century Austria,” in Good, Grandner, and Maynes, Austrian Women, 180.
  • References in notes to archival sources should provide all information necessary to locate the item, separated by commas (item, date, folder number, box number [or the equivalent], collection title, archive or library, city, US state or country). Subsequent references to archival sources can use an abbreviation to refer to the collection or location, noted in the first reference:

    11 Gray to the clerk of council, 15 February 1876, CO 267/331, Public Record Office, London, UK (cited hereafter as PRO).
    12 Lovell to Governor Rowe, 19 February 1876, CO 267/332, PRO.
  • References to newspapers begin with the author of the article. References to unsigned articles begin with the article title:

    13 Edgar Grey, “The New Negro Slavery in Harlem,” Amsterdam News, 13 May 1925, 16; “Police Intelligence,” Sierra Leone Weekly News, 6 September 1884, 2.
    14 “Police Intelligence,” 2.
  • References to all works (that is, titles of books, articles, and journals) in languages other than English should capitalize the first word of the title and subtitle, but otherwise use the capitalization rules for that language; title and subtitle should be separated by a colon, as in English citations, regardless of the conventions of that language:

    15 Gonzalo Vial Correa, “Aplicación en Chile de la Pragmática sobre matrimonios de los hijos de familia,” Revista chilena de historia del derecho 6 (1970): 339-40.
    16 Jörg Hutter, Die gesellschaftliche Kontrolle des homosexuellen Begehrens: Medizinische Definitionen und juristische Sanktionen im 19. Jahrhundert (Frankfurt: Campus, 1992), 41.

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