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Data derived from the Bibliography of British and Irish History.

The Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH) provides records of over 627,600 publications (books, journal articles, and chapters in edited collections) relating to British and Irish history. 

The Bibliography defines British and Irish history very broadly, and includes extensive records on histories of race, empire and migration. 

The following list is a selection of BBIH records that relate to the history of ‘homosexuality’ and ‘transgender & transsexual people’ – two of the terms included in the Bibliography’s taxonomy of search categories, via the ‘Advanced Search’ option: Social history > Social life and conditions > Social life and conduct > Sexual identity and behaviour.

The list offers 498 recent publications in this field. These books, articles and chapters were published between 2010 and 2020, and are ordered by year of publication (starting with the most recently published). Our coverage of recently published titles is ongoing, and further records will be added in future updates of the Bibliography.

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Separate to this listing for LGBT+ History Month, we’ve therefore developed a page of online tutorials — all embeddable in a VLE — that helps you get the most from the Bibliography of British and Irish History, including the basics for searching and how to use your results as well as a behind-the-scenes guide to how the BBIH is compiled. Short video guides are designed for new undergraduates, for those planning and researching a final year dissertation, and Masters and PhD students for whom BBIH is essential for writing a literature review and studying secondary fields of interest.

The Bibliography of British and Irish History is a research and publishing project of the UK’s Institute of Historical Research and Royal Historical Society and the publisher Brepols. Full access to BBIH’s 627,600 records is via subscription: many UK and overseas university and research libraries subscribe and provide full access to members.

1)“A Fair Boy, Certain, but a Fool to Love Himself”: Queer Reflections of the Myth of Narcissus in Shakespeare and Fletcher’s The Two Noble Kinsmen 
Hilary Ball  
Shakespeare, 16.1 (2020) 1-13 Full text 
2)Beyond Brideshead: The Male Homoerotics of 1930s Oxford  
Ross Brooks  
Journal of British Studies, 59.4 (2020) 821-856 Full text 
3)The glamour boys : the secret story of the rebels who fought for Britain to defeat Hitler  
Christopher Bryant  
(London: Bloomsbury, 2020)  
4)“An Open and Public Scandal” in the Transvaal: The 1906 Bucknill Inquiry in a Global Context 
J. Y. Chua  
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 29.2 (2020) 135-161 Full text 
5)Local Matters: Queer Scenes in 1960s Manchester, Plymouth, and Brighton 
Matt Cook  
Journal of British Studies, 59.1 (2020) 32-56 Full text 
6)The Labour Party, Feminism and Maureen Colquhoun’s Scandals in 1970s Britain 
Sarah Crook  
Contemporary British History, 34.1 (2020) 71-94 Full text 
7)Anne Lister, “A Sundial in the Shade”: A Gifted Woman in the Nineteenth Century 
Anne-Bénédicte Damon  
Women’s Studies, 49.2 (2020) 130-148 Full text 
8)The Story of Mark Weston: Recentring Histories and Conceptualising Gender Variance in 1930s International Sport  
Sonja Erikainen  
Gender & History, 32.2 (2020) 304-319 Full text 
9)The Homosexual Exception? The Case of the Labouchère Amendment 
William Fize  
Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, 91 (2020) Full text 
10)Jonathan Swift and the Transgender Classroom  
Julia Ftacek  
Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 43.3 (2020) 303-314 Full text 
11)The Literary Afterlives of Roger Casement, 1899-2016  
Alison Garden  
Liverpool English texts and studies, 84 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2020)
1 review(s)  
12)“The Nature of My Love Had Never Been in Doubt…” Christopher St John (1871-1960): Platonic Love and Sapphic Desire  
Jane Mackelworth  
Cultural and Social History – The Journal of the Social History Society, 17.3 (2020) 375-389 Full text 
13)Abortion, Gay Rights, and the National Gay Federation in Ireland, 1982–1983 
Patrick McDonagh  
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 29.1 (2020) 1-27 Full text 
14)Exploiting Ambiguity: Murder! and the Meanings of Cross-Dressing in Interwar British Cinema 
Chris O’Rourke  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 17.3 (2020) 289-312 Full text 
15)The Letters of Ethel Smyth to Edith Somerville, 1918–1921: A Chronicle of Desire 
Sean O’Toole  
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 29.2 (2020) 253-280 Full text 
16)The 1950s : a decade of modern British fiction  
Nick Bentley  , Alice Ferrebe   & Nick Hubble  
The decades series (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019) Full text 
17)Defining “Unnatural Crime”: Sex and the English Convict System, 1850–1900  
Ben Bethell  
in: From sodomy laws to same-sex marriage : international perspectives since 1789, ed. by Sean Brady and Mark (Mark Louis Huckson) Seymour (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019), pp. 57-71. Full text 
18)Playing gay in the golden age of British TV 
Stephen Bourne  
(Gloucestershire: The History Press, 2019)
1 review(s)  
19)The Social Silencing of Male Prostitution in Keith Ridgway’s “Angelo” and The Parts 
José Carregal-Romero  
New Hibernia Review, 23.1 (2019) 122-137 Full text 
20)The Admiralty’s gaze: disciplining indecency and sodomy in the Edwardian fleet 
Mary Conley  
in: A new naval history, ed. by Quintin Colville and James Davey, Cultural history of modern war (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019), pp. 70-88. Full text 
21)Unnatural Offenses of English Import: The Political Association of Englishness and Same-Sex Desire in Nineteenth-Century Irish Nationalist Media 
Averill Earls  
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 28.3 (2019) 396-424 Full text 
22)The Age of Attraction: Age, Gender and the History of Modern Male Homosexuality 
Kate Fisher   & Jana Funke  
Gender & History, 31.2 (2019) 266-283 Full text 
23)Flann O’Brien, James Joyce, and the Queer Art of Bare Concealment 
Catherine Flynn  
Éire-Ireland, 54.3 & 4 (2019) 8-36 Full text 
24)Filthy material : modernism and the media of obscenity 
Chris Forster  
(New York, NY, United Sttes of America: Oxford University Press, [2019])
1 review(s)  
25)Before queer theory : Victorian aestheticism and the self  
Dustin Friedman  
(Baltimore (MD): Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019)
1 review(s)  
26)Governing gender and sexuality in colonial India : the Hijra, c.1850-1900  
Jessica Hinchy  
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019)
1 review(s)  
27)High Culture In Low Company? The Reception Of Ancient ‘Homosexuality’ In The Pornographic The Sins Of The Cities Of The Plain 
Jennifer Ingleheart  
in: Classics in extremis : the edges of classical reception, ed. by Edmund Richardson, Bloomsbury studies in classical reception (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019), pp. 88-100. Full text 
28)Regarding Pratt and Smith, the Last Couple of Sodomites to be Hanged in Britain  
Dominic Janes  
in: From sodomy laws to same-sex marriage : international perspectives since 1789, ed. by Sean Brady and Mark (Mark Louis Huckson) Seymour (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019), pp. 44-57. Full text 
29)Gender and the Politics of Marriage in Postwar Australia and Britain  
Rebecca Jennings  
in: From sodomy laws to same-sex marriage : international perspectives since 1789, ed. by Sean Brady and Mark (Mark Louis Huckson) Seymour (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019), pp. 155-167. Full text 
30)Buggery and Parliament, 1533–2017 
Paul Johnson  
Parliamentary History, 38.3 (2019) 325-341 Full text 
31)The perverse presentism of rainbow plaques: memorializing Anne Lister 
Simon Joyce  
Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 41.5 (2019) 601-610 Full text 
32)OUT-Ing AIDS: The Irish Civil Gay Rights Movement’s response to the AIDS crisis (1984–1988) 
Páraic Kerrigan  
Media History, 25.2 (2019) 244-258 Full text 
33)You Can’t Argue with God: Religious Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage in Britain 
Steven Kettell  
Journal of Church & State, 61.3 (2019) Full text 
34)The Well of Inspiration: Radclyffe Hall and the Growth of Popular Lesbian Fiction in America 
Kathryn Klein  
Journal of Popular Culture, 52.3 (2019) 606-624 Full text 
35)Dildos and Material Sapphism in the Eighteenth Century 
Ula Lukszo Klein  
Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 31.2 (2019) 395-412  
36)A little gay history of Wales  
Daryl Leeworthy  
(Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2019)  
37)‘Homosexuality is not a problem – it doesn’t do you any harm and can be lots of fun’: Students and Gay Rights Activism in Irish Universities,… 
Patrick McDonagh  
Irish Economic and Social History, 46.1 (2019) 111-141 Full text 
38)“It’s Poppycock to Say Homosexuals Can Be Excused”: Rethinking the Gay and Lesbian Movement in the Republic of Ireland, 1970s–1990s  
Patrick McDonagh  
in: From sodomy laws to same-sex marriage : international perspectives since 1789, ed. by Sean Brady and Mark (Mark Louis Huckson) Seymour (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019), pp. 183-201. Full text 
39)Unaccountable Form: Queer Failure and Jane Barker’s Patchwork Method 
Alice Tweedy McGrath  
The Eighteenth Century [Lubbock], 60.4 (2019) 353-373 Full text 
40)‘Tory-normativity’ and gay rights advocacy in the British Conservative Party since the 1950s 
Martin Monahan  
British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 21.1 (2019) 132-146 Full text 
41)The Chevalière d’Eon, Transgender Autobiography and Identity 
Marilyn Morris  
Gender & History, 31.1 (2019) 78-90 Full text 
42)Sodom Island: Pandæmonium and the Botany Bay of Botany Bay 
Mark Peart  
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 28.2 (2019) 263-296 Full text 
43)The outside thing : modernist lesbian romance 
Hannah Roche  
Gender and culture (New York: Columbia University Press, [2019])  
44)Resisting the power of mea culpa : a story of twentieth-century Ireland 
Gerard Rodgers  
(Oxford: Peter Lang Ltd, [2019])  
45)Art and masculinity in post-war Britain : reconstructing home  
Gregory (Art historian) Salter  
Home (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019)  
46)To deprave and corrupt : obscenity battles in British law and culture 
Catherine Scott  
(Jefferson (NC): McFarland & Co., 2019)  
47)Jodh Singh, The Ghadar Movement and the Anti-Colonial Deviant in the Anglo-American Imagination 
Gajendra Singh  
Past & Present, 245.1 (2019) 187-219 Full text 
48)The Trials of Oscar Wilde (1960) 
David L. Smith  
in: Biography and History in Film, ed. by Thomas S. Freeman and David L. Smith, Palgrave studies in the history of the media (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), pp. 215-236. Full text 
49)Does this fig leaf make me look gay? Strongmen, statue posing and physique photography 
K. Mitchell Snow  
Early Popular Visual Culture, 17.2 (2019) 135-155 Full text 
50)Transcript of A Keynote from “Kings & Queens 7” (2018): Researching and Interpreting Gender and Sexuality at Historic Royal Palaces 
Matthew Storey  
Royal Studies Journal, 6.2 (2019) 533-47 Full text 
51)‘Outcasts from the world’: same-sex sexuality, authority, and belonging in post-emancipation Jamaica 
Adam Thomas  
Slavery & Abolition, 40.3 (2019) 423-447 Full text 
52)Arguing against Intolerance: Louisiana and Britain in the Early Nineteenth Century  
Charles Upchurch  
in: From sodomy laws to same-sex marriage : international perspectives since 1789, ed. by Sean Brady and Mark (Mark Louis Huckson) Seymour (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019), pp. 31-43. Full text 
53)Homosexual Politics in the British World: Toward a Transnational Understanding  
Graham Willett  
in: From sodomy laws to same-sex marriage : international perspectives since 1789, ed. by Sean Brady and Mark (Mark Louis Huckson) Seymour (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019), pp. 141-155. Full text 
54)Minding the Rod: Sodomy and Clerical Masculinity in Fifteenthcentury Leicester 
Katherine Zieman  
Gender & History, 31.1 (2019) 60-77 Full text 
55)The fraternity of the estranged : the fight for homosexual rights in England, 1891-1908 
Brian Anderson  
(Kibworth Beauchamp: Matador, 2018)  
56)Henry James and queer filiation : hardened bachelors of the Edwardian era 
Michael Anesko  
(Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
1 review(s) Full text 
57)Labour’s liberalism : gay rights and video nasties 
Paul Bloomfield  
in: Labour and the left in the 1980s, ed. by Jonathan Shaw Davis and Rohan McWilliam (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2018), pp. 69-89.  
58)Homosexuality on the small screen : television and gay identity in Britain 
Sebastian Buckle  
International library of cultural studies, 43 (London: I.B. Tauris, 2018)  
59)Radical politics and gay activism in the Republic of Ireland, 1974–1990 
Maurice J. Casey  
Irish Studies Review, 26.2 (2018) 217-236 Full text 
60)Anne Lister of Shibden Hall 
Angela Clare  
([Halifax, England]: Calderdale Museums, [2018])  
61)A death in Hong Kong : the MacLennan Case of 1980 and the suppression of a scandal 
N. A. Collett  
Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong studies series (Kowloon: City University of Hong Kong Press, 2018)
1 review(s)  
62)Jeremy Thorpe : a dazzlingly talented man 
Philip Dalling  
(Wellington, Somerset: Halsgrove, 2018)  
63)Illicit and unnatural practices : the law, sex and society in Scotland since 1900 
Roger Davidson  
(Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018)
1 review(s) Full text 
64)Lesbianism and Feminist Legislation in 1921 : the Age of Consent and ‘Gross Indecency between Women’ 
Caroline Derry  
History Workshop Journal, 86 (2018) 245-267 Full text 
65)Bricks and flowers : an Anglo-Irish memoir 
Katherine Everett  
(Bantry, Co. Cork: Somerville Press, 2018)  
66)Good as you : from prejudice to pride : 30 years of gay Britain  
Paul Flynn  
1 (London: Ebury Press, 2018)  
67)Queer Speciation : Or, Darwin On and Off the Farm 
Kathleen Frederickson  
Victorian Studies, 60.2 (2018) 228-235  
68)Queering the Poetics of Race and Nationalism: Yeats, Casement, and Paul Muldoon’s “A Clear Signal” (1992) 
Alison Garden  
New Hibernia Review, 22.4 (2018) 78-96 Full text 
69)Diagnosing sex : Intersex surgery and ‘sex change’ in Britain 1930–1955 
David Andrew Griffiths  
Sexualities, 21.3 (2018) 476-495 Full text 
70)Queer friendship : male intimacy in the English literary tradition 
George E. Haggerty  
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)  
71)British colonialism and the criminalization of homosexuality : queens, crime and empire 
Enze Han   & Joseph P. A. O’Mahoney  
(London: Routledge, 2018)  
72)Neo-/Victorian biographilia and James Miranda Barry : a study in transgender and transgenre 
Ann Heilmann  
(Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
1 review(s)  
73)Masculine Plural : queer classics, sex, and education 
Jennifer Ingleheart  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)
1 review(s) Full text 
74)A curious courage : the origins of gay rights campaigning in the National Union of Students 
David Malcolm  
History of Education, 47.1 (2018) 73-86 Full text 
75)Sightseeing, social climbing, steamboats and sex: Anne Lister’s 1828 tour of Scotland  
Kirsty McHugh  
Studies in Travel Writing, 22.4 (2018) 420-435 Full text 
76)Making Oscar Wilde 
Michèle Mendelssohn  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)
2 review(s)  
77)Perversion by Penumbras : Wolfenden, Griswold, and the Transatlantic Trajectory of Sexual Privacy 
David Minto  
American Historical Review, 123.4 (2018) 1093-1121 Full text 
78)John Donne’s Poetics of Mediation 
Dianne Mitchell  
Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 18.4 (2018) 73-99 Full text 
79)History’s Queer Stories : Retrieving and Navigating Homosexuality in British Fiction about the Second World War 
Natalie Marena Nobitz  
Queer Studies, 19 (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2018)  
80)AIDS, Sexual Health, and the Catholic Church in 1980s Ireland: A Public Health Paradox? 
Ann Nolan   & Shane Butler  
American Journal of Public Health, 108.7 (2018) 908-913 Full text 
81)Wine, genealogy and cross-dressing 
Seán O’Halloran  
History Ireland, 26.5 (2018) 28-31 Full text 
82)‘The Foul Conspiracy to Screen Salisbury and Sacrifice Morton’ : A Microhistory of Extortion, Resistance and SameSex Intimacy in Early… 
David Orr  
History, 103.357 (2018) 571-587 Full text 
83)Oscar on the Boards : Playwrights Represent the Playwright on Stage 
Roger Porter  
New Theatre Quarterly, 34.1 (2018) 47-57 Full text 
84)The Church of England, Homosexual Law Reform, and the Shaping of the Permissive Society, 1957–1979 
Laura Monica Ramsay  
Journal of British Studies, 57.1 (2018) 108-137 Full text 
85)Queer communism and the ministry of love : sexual revolution in British writing of the 1930s 
Glyn Salton-Cox  
(Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018)  
86)Rum, sodomy, prayers, and the lash revisited : Winston Churchill and social reform in the Royal Navy, 1900-1915 
Matthew S. Seligmann  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)
2 review(s)  
87)The obnoxious mobilised minority : homophobia and homohysteria in the British National Party, 1982-1999 
George J. Severs  
in: Tomorrow belongs to us : the British far right since 1967, ed. by Nigel Copsey and Matthew Worley, Routledge studies in fascism and the far right (London: Routledge, 2018), pp. 150-168.  
88)“Two Suns in One Firmament”: John Cotton, Thomas Hooker, and the 1655 New Haven Sodomy Statute 
Sandra Slater  
Church History, 87.4 (2018) 1003-1028 Full text 
89)Working-Class Ideas and Experiences of Sexuality in Twentieth-Century Britain : Regionalism as a Category of Analysis 
Helen Smith  
20th Century British History, 29.1 (2018) 58-78 Full text 
90)Gentleman Jack : the biography of Anne Lister – Regency landowner, seducer and secret diarist 
Angela Steidele  
(London: Serpent’s Tail, 2018)  
91)The 1960s : a decade of modern British fiction  ed. by Philip Tew  , James Riley   & Melanie Seddon  
The decades series (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018)  
92)Music as Queering in E. M. Forster’s ‘Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson’ 
Tsung-Han Tsai  
Music & Letters, 99.1 (2018) 1-15 Full text 
93)Scenes from the revolution : making political theatre 1968-2018   ed. by Kim Wiltshire   & Billy Cowan  
(Ormskirk: Edge Hill University Press, 2018)  
94)Bad logic : reasoning about desire in the Victorian novel 
Daniel Wright  
(Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, [2018])  
95)Queer city : Gay London from the Romans to the present day 
Peter Ackroyd  
(London: Chatto and Windus, 2017)  
96)Transgender and the Chess Queen in Chaucer’s Book of the Duchess 
Jenny Adams  
in: Medieval women and their objects, ed. by Jenny Adams and Nancy M. Bradbury (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, [2017]), pp. 248-266.  
97)Kings and favourites : politics and sexuality in late medieval Europe 
Henric Bagerius   & Christine Ekholst  
Journal of Medieval History, 43.3 (2017) 298-319 Full text 
98)Queer British art, 1861-1967 
Clare Barlow  
(London: Tate Publishing, 2017)  
99)Mistress and maid : homoeroticism, cross-class desire, and disguise in nineteenth-century fiction 
Kirsti Bohata  
Victorian Literature and Culture, 45.2 (2017) 341-359 Full text 
100)Fighting proud : the untold story of the gay men who served in two world wars 
Stephen Bourne  
(London: I.B. Tauris, 2017)  
101)Virilizing and Valorizing Homoeroticism : Eugen Sandow’s Queering of Body Cultures Before and After the Wilde Trials 
Fae Brauer  
Visual Culture in Britain, 18.1 (2017) 35-67 Full text 
102)Toupie Lowther : her life 
Val Brown  
(Kibworth Beauchamp: Matador, [2017])  
103)Officers, Shipboard Boys and Courts Martial for Sodomy and Indecency in the Georgian Navy 
Barry Richard Burg  
in: The social history of English seamen, 1650-1815, ed. by Cheryl A. Fury (Martlesham: The Boydell Press, 2017), pp. 89-106.  
104)Alternative histories of the self : a cultural history of sexuality and secrets, 1762-1917 
Anna Clark  
(London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017)
3 review(s)  
105)Queer Colonial Journeys : Alfred Russel Wallace and Somerset Maugham in the Malay Archipelago 
Mark Clement  
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 26.2 (2017) 161-187 Full text 
106)Gay in the 80s : from fighting our rights to fighting for our lives 
Colin Clews  
(Kibworth Beauchamp: Matador, 2017)  
107)Visions of sodom : religion, homoerotic desire, and the end of the world in England, c. 1550-1850 
Harry Cocks  
(Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2017)  
108)AIDS, Mass Observation, and the Fate of the Permissive Turn 
Matt Cook  
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 26.2 (2017) 239-272  
109)‘Archives of Feeling’ : The AIDS Crisis in Britain 1987 
Matt Cook  
History Workshop Journal, 83 (2017) 51-78 Full text 
110)« A musician for an occasion » : Britten, compositeur engagé [“A Musician for an Occasion” : Britten as a Committed Composer] 
Gilles Couderc  
Revue française de civilisation britannique, 22.3 (2017) Full text 
111)Narratives of “Sodomy” and “Unnatural Offenses” in the Courts of Mandate Palestine (1918–48) 
Orna Alyagon Darr  
Law and History Review, 35.1 (2017) 235-260 Full text 
112)Then and Now : What the ‘Queer’ Portrait Can Teach Us about the ‘New’ Longue Durée 
Laura L. Doan  
Visual Culture in Britain, 18.1 (2017) 18-34 Full text 
113)Politics, society and homosexuality in post-war Britain : the Sexual Offences Act of 1967 and its significance 
Keith Dockray   & Alan Sutton  
(Stroud: Fonthill, 2017)  
114)Not guilty : queer stories from a century of discrimination 
Sue Elliott   & Stephen Humphries  
(London: Biteback Publishing Ltd, 2017)  
115)The sculptor, the Duke, and Queer art patronage : John Gibson’s Mars Restrained by Cupid and Winckelmannian Aesthetics 
Roberto C. Ferrari  
in: Rome, travel and the sculpture capital, c.1770-1825, ed. by Tomas Macsotay (London: Routledge, 2017), pp. 225-248.  
116)Good as you : from prejudice to pride, a gay British history 
Paul Flynn  
(London: Ebury Press, 2017)  
117)Oscar Wilde : the unrepentant years 
Nicholas Frankel  
(Cambridge (MA): Harvard University Press, 2017)  
118)‘Oh You Pretty Thing!’ : How David Bowie ‘Unlocked Everybody’s Inner Queen’ in spite of the music press 
Patrick Glen  
Contemporary British History, 31.3 (2017) 407-429 Full text 
119)Exceeding my brief : memoirs of a disobedient civil servant  
Barbara Hosking  
(London: Biteback Publishing Ltd, 2017)  
120)Queer signs : The women of the British projective test movement 
Katherine Hubbard  
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 53.3 (2017) 265-285 Full text 
121)Kidnapping and a ‘Confirmed Sodomite’ : An Intimate Enemy on the Northwest Frontier of India, 1915-1925 
Kate Imy  
20th Century British History, 28.1 (2017) 29-56 Full text 
122)Early Twentieth-Century Vogue, George Wolfe Plank and The Freaks of Mayfair 
Dominic Janes  
Visual Culture in Britain, 18.1 (2017) 68-83 Full text 
123)Lesbian Motherhood and the Artificial Insemination by Donor Scandal of 1978 
Rebecca Jennings  
20th Century British History, 28.4 (2017) 570-594 Full text 
124)The Road to Equality 
John-Pierre Joyce  
History Today, 67.7 (2017) 11-13  
125)Introduction : Queer Visual Historiographies 
Reina Lewis   & Andrew Stephenson  
Visual Culture in Britain, 18.1 (2017) 1-17 Full text 
126)Round Table : Queer Lifestyles, Politics and Curating Now 
Reina Lewis  , Andrew Stephenson  , Michael Hatt  , Elizabeth Wilson   & Clare Barlow  
Visual Culture in Britain, 18.1 (2017) 100-114 Full text 
127)‘& thus ended the buisinisse’ : A buggery trial on the East India Company ship Mary in 1636 
Derek Massarella  
Mariner’s Mirror, 103.4 (2017) 417-430 Full text 
128)Queer Hobbies: Ernest Thesiger and Interwar Embroidery 
Joseph McBrinn  
Textile, 15.3 (2017) 292-323 Full text 
129)The public representation of homosexual men in seventeenth-century England : a corpus based view 
Tony McEnery   & Helen S. Baker  
Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics, 3.2 (2017) 197-217 Full text 
130)‘That class of men’ : effeminacy, sodomy and failed masculinities in inter- and post-war Scotland 
Jeff Meek  
in: Nine centuries of man : manhood and masculinity in Scottish history, ed. by Lynn Abrams and Elizabeth Ewan (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017), pp. 242-257.  
131)What Can Political Rock Do? A Discussion Based on the Example of the Tom Robinson Band 1976-1979 
John Mullen  
Revue française de civilisation britannique, 22.3 (2017) Full text 
132)‘Innocence is as Innocence Does’ : Anglo-Irish Politics, Masculinity and the De Cobain Gross Indecency Scandal of 1891–3 
Cal Murgu  
Gender & History, 29.2 (2017) 309-328 Full text 
133)The case of the abbot of Drimnagh : a medieval Irish story of sex-change 
Tadhg Ó Siocháin  
Cork Studies in Celtic Literatures, 2 (Cork: Cork Studies in Celtic Literatures, 2017)  
134)Making a Scene : The Diceman’s Queer Performance Activism and Irish Public Culture 
Tina O’Toole  
Études irlandaises, 42.1 (2017) 179-185 Full text 
135)A secret history : the London Gay Men’s Chorus 
Robert Offord  
(London: Robert Offord, [2017])  
136)City limits : sexual politics and the new urban left in 1980s Sheffield 
Daisy Payling  
Contemporary British History, 31.2 (2017) 256-273 Full text 
137)Race, sexuality and identity in Britain and Jamaica : the biography of Patrick Nelson, 1916-1963 
Gemma Romain  
(London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017)
5 review(s)  
138)Francis Bacon and Queer Intimacy in Post-War London 
Gregory Salter  
Visual Culture in Britain, 18.1 (2017) 84-99 Full text 
139)Kitsch, classes sociales et multiculturalisme dans My Beautiful Laundrette (Stephen Frears, 1985) 
Lionel Souquet  
La revue LISA, 15.1 (2017)  
140)Queer Shakespeare : desire and sexuality  ed. by Goran V. Stanivukovic  
The Arden Shakespeare (London: Bloomsbury, 2017)
1 review(s)  
141)Homosexuel.le.s combattant.e.s dans l’armée britannique 
Emma Vickers  
in: Homosexuel.le.s en Europe pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, ed. by Régis Schlagdenhauffen (Paris: Nouveau monde édition, 2017), pp. 207-225.  
142)Masculinity and the trials of modern fiction 
Marco Wan  
(New York: Routledge, 2017)
1 review(s) Full text 
143)Sex, politics and society : the regulations of sexuality since 1800 
Jeffrey Weeks  
Themes in British Social History (London: Routledge, 2017)  
144)No Penis? No Problem : Intersections of Queerness and Disability in Laurence Sterne’s The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman 
Jarred Wiehe  
The Eighteenth Century [Lubbock], 58.2 (2017) 177-193 Full text 
145)Cannibal London : Racial Discourses, Pornography and Male-Male Desire in Late-Victorian Britain 
Silvia Antosa  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 149-165.  
146)Structuring and Interpreting Queer Spaces of London 
Simon Avery  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 3-22.  
147)Brief encounters : lesbians and gays in British cinema, 1930-1977 
Stephen Bourne  
Bloomsbury academic collections. Film studies (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016)  
148)That was the church, that was : how the Church of England lost the English people 
Andrew Brown   & Linda Woodhead  
(London: Bloomsbury Continuum, 2016)  
149)The sins of Jack Saul : the true story of Dublin Jack and the Cleveland Street scandal 
Glenn Chandler  
(Guildford, Surrey: Grosvenor House Publishing Limited, 2016)  
150)Gender Fluidity in Medieval London : Considering the Transvestite Prostitute Eleanor-John as a Lesbian-Like Woman 
Samantha Charland  
in: Imagining the Self, Constructing the Past : Selected Proceedings from the 36th Annual Medieval and Renaissance Forum, ed. by Robert G. Sullivan and Meriem Pagès (Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2016), pp. 44-52.  
151)Male to female crossdressing in early modern English literature : gender, performance, and queer relations 
Simone Chess  
Routledge studies in Renaissance literature and culture, 31 (London: Routledge, 2016)  
152)Conspiracy to corrupt public morals and the ‘unlawful’ status of homosexuality in Britain after 1967 
Harry Cocks  
Social History [London], 41.3 (2016) 267-284 Full text 
153)Mingling with the Ungodly : Simeon Solomon in Queer Victorian London 
Carolyn Conroy  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 185-201.  
154)London, AIDS and the 1980s 
Matt Cook  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 49-64.  
155)Edward II and a literature of same-sex love : the gay king in fiction, 1590-1640 
Michael Cornelius  
(Lanham (MD): Lexington Books, 2016)  
156)Pain, Pleasure, and Revolution: The Body in Roger Casement’s Writings 
Michael G. Cronin  
in: The body in pain in Irish literature and culture, ed. by Fionnuala Dillane, Naomi McAreavey and Emilie Pine, New directions in Irish and Irish American literature (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), pp. 135-148. Full text 
157)Dr James Barry : a woman ahead of her time 
Michael Du Preez   & Jeremy Dronfield  
(London: Oneworld, 2016)  
158)Roger Casement : the black diaries : with a study of his background, sexuality and Irish political life 
Jeffrey Dudgeon   & Roger Casement  
(Belfast: Belfast Press, 2016)  
159)Alan Hollinghurst’s Fictional Ways of Queering London 
Bart Eeckhout  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 203-219.  
160)Queer republic of Cork : Cork’s lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender communities 1970s-1990s 
Orla Egan  
(Currabaha, Cloghroe, County Cork, Ireland: Onstream, 2016)  
161)Libertine Sexuality and Queer-Crip Embodiment in Eighteenth-Century Britain 
Jason S. Farr  
Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 16.4 (Fall 2016) 96-118 Full text 
162)All in the same boat : the untold story of the British ferry crew who helped win the Falklands War 
Warren Fitzgerald  
(London: John Blake, 2016)  
163)A tradition in crisis : understanding and repairing division over homosexuality in the Church of Scotland 
Liam J. Fraser  
Scottish Journal of Theology, 69.2 (2016) 155-170 Full text 
164)‘To Sett Downe All the Villanie’ : Accounts of the sodomy trial on the fourth East India Company Voyage (1609) 
Cheryl A. Fury  
Mariner’s Mirror, 102.1 (2016) 74-80 Full text 
165)Sex and the church in the long eighteenth century : religion, Enlightenment and the sexual revolution 
William T. Gibson   & Joanne Begiato  
International library of historical studies (London: I.B. Tauris, 2016)
1 review(s)  
166)Queer Temporalities, Queer Londons 
Katherine M. Graham  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 23-39.  
167)‘A journey without direction’ : British Queer Cinema post-Jarman 
Robin Griffiths  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 13.4 (2016) 590-609 Full text 
168)‘Sentimental Follies’ or ‘Instruments of Tremendous Uplift’? reconsidering women’s same-sex relationships in interwar Britain 
Lesley A. Hall  
Women’s History Review, 25.1 (2016) 124-142 Full text 
169)The British Society of the Study of Sex Psychology : ‘Advocating the Culture of Unnatural and Criminal Practices’? 
Lesley A. Hall  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 133-148.  
170)Sex, Services, and Surveillance : The Cleveland Street Scandal Revisited 
Katie Hindmarch-Watson  
History Compass, 14.6 (2016) 283-291 Full text 
171)‘Famous for the paint she put on her face’ : London’s Painted Poofs and the Self-Fashioning of Francis Bacon 
Dominic James  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 167-183.  
172)Oscar Wilde prefigured : queer fashioning and British caricature, 1750-1900 
Dominic Janes  
(Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2016)
3 review(s)  
173)A New Normal 
John-Pierre Joyce  
History Today, 66.2 (2016) 33-37  
174)Shame and modernity in Britain : 1890 to the present 
Anne-Marie Kilday   & David S. Nash  
(Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)  
175)Eighteenth-Century Female Cross-Dressers and Their Beards 
Ula Lukszo Klein  
Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 16.4 (Fall 2016) 119-143 Full text 
176)For our common cause : Sexuality and left politics in South Wales, 1967–1985 
Daryl Leeworthy  
Contemporary British History, 30.2 (2016) 260-280 Full text 
177)Wolfenden’s witnesses : homosexuality in postwar Britain 
Brian Lewis  
Genders and sexualities in history (Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)  
178)Religion, Same-Sex Desire, and the Imagined Geographies of Empire : the case of Constance Maynard (1849–1935) 
Naomi Lloyd  
Women’s History Review, 25.1 (2016) 53-73 Full text 
179)Seems like a nice boy : the story of Larry Grayson’s rise to stardom 
Mike Malyon   & Michael Ian Grade  
(Clacton on Sea, Essex, United Kingdom: Apex Publishing Ltd, 2016)  
180)Queer philologies : sex, language, and affect in Shakespeare’s time 
Jeffrey Masten  
Material texts (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016)
3 review(s)  
181)Handel in Rome : the homosexual context reconsidered 
Thomas McGeary  
Early Music, 44.1 (2016) 59-75 Full text 
182)The Cambridge companion to Wyndham Lewis  ed. by Tyrus Miller  
Cambridge companions to literature (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016)  
183)Eva Gore-Booth’s queer art of war 
Maureen O’Connor  
in: Women writing war : Ireland 1880-1922, ed. by Tina O’Toole, Gillian McIntosh and Muireann Ó’Cinnéide (Dublin: University College Dublin Press, 2016), pp. 85-102.  
184)Queer Wales : The History, Culture and Politics of Queer Life in Wales  ed. by Huw Edwin Osborne  
Gender studies in Wales (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2016)  
185)Representations of Queer London in the Fiction of Sarah Waters 
Paulina Palmer  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 81-96.  
186)A very English scandal : sex, lies and a murder plot at the heart of the establishment 
John Preston  
(London: Viking, 2016)  
187)The seventh Earl Beauchamp : a victim of his times 
Peter Raina  
(Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Edition, 2016)  
188)Somebody to love : the definitive anniversary biography of Freddie Mercury 
Matt Richards   & Mark Langthorne  
(London: Blink, 2016)  
189)New Queer Histories : Laura Doan’s Disturbing Practices and the Constance Maynard Archive [Review essay] 
Elsa Richardson  
Women’s History Review, 25.1 (2016) 161-168 Full text 
190)Claude McKay : Queering Spaces of Black Radicalism in Interwar London 
Gemma Romain   & Caroline Bressey  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 115-131.  
191)Queer lives: Wilde, Sackville-West, and Woolf 
Max Saunders  
in: A history of English autobiography, ed. by Adam Smyth (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016), pp. 269-283.  
192)Dispose or Destroy : The Textual History of Woods and Pirie Against Dame Helen Cumming Gordon 
Frances B. Singh  
Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 11 (2016) 11-21  
193)Before Pride : The Struggle for the Recognition of Gay Rights in the British Communist Movement, 1973–85 
Evan Smith   & Daryl Leeworthy  
20th Century British History, 27.4 (2016) 621-642 Full text 
194)“The Mirror-Like Sea” : A Bloomsbury Vision of Same-Sex Desire In Duncan Grant’s Bathing, 1911 
Vajdon Sohaili  
British Art Studies, 4 (2016) Full text 
195)Bigot Geography : Queering Geopolitics in Brixton 
Emma Spruce  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 65-80.  
196)Perspective : Digitizing the Diary – Experiments in Queer Encoding (A Retrospective and a Prospective) 
Marion Thain  
Journal of Victorian Culture, 21.2 (2016) 226-241 Full text 
197)‘Targets of Shame’: Negotiating the Irish Female Migrant Experience in Kathleen Nevin’s You’ll Never Go Back (1946) and Kate O’Brien’s Mary… 
Sinéad Wall  
in: The body in pain in Irish literature and culture, ed. by Fionnuala Dillane, Naomi McAreavey and Emilie Pine, New directions in Irish and Irish American literature (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), pp. 149-166.
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198)Coming out : the emergence of LGBT identities in Britain from the nineteenth century to the present 
Jeffrey Weeks  
(London: Quartet Books, 2016)  
199)Sink Street : The Sapphic World of Pre-Chinatown Soho 
Anne Veronica Witchard  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 221-238.  
200)King James and the history of homosexuality 
Michael B. Young  
([Oxford]: Fonthill Media, 2016)  
201)Who is the Queer Consumer? Historical Perspectives on Capitalism and Homosexuality 
Justin Bengry  
in: Consuming behaviours : identity, politics and pleasure in twentieth-century Britain, ed. by Erika Diane Rappaport, Sandra Trudgen Dawson and Mark James Crowley (London: Bloomsbury, 2015), pp. 21-36.  
202)The American Isherwood 
James J. Berg   & Chris Freeman  
(Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, [2015])  
203)Queer Conceptions and Calculations : Niall Frossach and the Easter Controversy 
Phillip A. Bernhardt-House  
Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 39.1 (2015) 186-205  
204)Closet queens : some 20th century British politicians 
Michael Bloch  
(London: Little, Brown and Company, 2015)  
205)Rethinking the origins of homonormativity : the diverse economies of rural gay life in England and Wales in the 1970s and 1980s 
Gavin Brown  
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 40.4 (2015) 549-561 Full text 
206)The way out : a history of homosexuality in modern Britain 
Sebastian Buckle  
International library of twentieth century history, 77 (London: I.B. Tauris, 2015)  
207)Gender and Sexuality Politics in the James Bond Film Series : Cultural Origins of Gay Inclusion in the U.S Military 
Susan Burgess  
Polity, 47.2 (2015) 225-248 Full text 
208)Oscar Wilde, Wilfred Owen, and male desire : begotten, not made 
James Campbell  
Palgrave studies in nineteenth-century writing and culture (Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)  
209)Queer saint : the cultured life of Peter Watson 
Adrian Clark   & Jeremy Dronfield  
(London: Metro, 2015)  
210)A memoir : historian and homosexual : search for a postwar identity : edited diaries and journals 
Antony R. H. Copley  
(Peterborough: Fastprint Publishing, 2015)  
211)Out of the firing line … into the foyer : my remarkable story 
Bruce Copp   & Andy Merriman  
(Stroud: The History Press, 2015)  
212)The Irish ladies of Llangollen : ‘the two most celebrated virgins in Europe’ 
Eugene Coyle  
History Ireland, 23.6 (2015) 18-20  
213)Queer Victorian families : curious relations in literature  ed. by Duc Dau   & Shale Preston  
Routledge studies in nineteenth-century literature, 15 (London: Routledge, 2015)  
214)Universal man : the seven lives of John Maynard Keynes 
Richard Peter Treadwell Davenport-Hines  
(London: William Collins, 2015)  
215)‘Curing queers’ : Mental nurses and their patients, 1935-74 
Tommy Dickinson  
Nursing history and humanities (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015)  
216)Between Windrush and Wolfenden : Class Crossings and Queer Desire in Andrew Salkey’s Postwar London 
Nadia Ellis  
in: Beyond Windrush : rethinking postwar Anglophone Caribbean literature, ed. by J. Dillon Brown and Leah Rosenberg, Caribbean studies series (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2015), pp. 60-76.  
217)Black Migrants, White Queers and the Archive of Inclusion in Postwar London 
Nadia Ellis  
Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 17.6 (2015) 893-915 Full text 
218)Blowing the lid : gay liberation, sexual revolution and radical queens 
Stuart Feather  
(Winchester: Zero Books, 2015)  
219)Electricity and Homosexuality : from 19th-century American Sexual Health Literature to D. H. Lawrence 
Sam Halliday  
Centaurus, 57.3 (2015) 212-228 Full text 
220)An ‘Unexpected Pearl’ : Gender and Performativity in the Public and Private Lives of London Couturier Norman Hartnell 
Jane Hattrick  
in: Dress history : new directions in theory and practice, ed. by Charlotte Nicklas and Annebella Pollen (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015), pp. 145-160.  
221)From a girl to a man : how Laura became Michael 
Liz Hodgkinson  
(London: Quartet Books, 2015)  
222)Queer Things : Men and Make-Up between the Wars 
Matt Houlbrook  
in: Gender and material culture in Britain since 1600, ed. by Hannah Greig, Jane Hamlett and Leonie Hannan (Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 120-137.  
223)Early Victorian Moral Anxiety and the Queer Legacy of the Eighteenth-Century Gothic Revival  
Dominic Janes  
in: Material religion in modern Britain : the spirit of things, ed. by Timothy Willem Jones and Lucinda Matthews-Jones (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 125-143.  
224)Picturing the closet : male secrecy and homosexual visibility in Britain 
Dominic Janes  
(New York: Oxford University Press, 2015)  
225)Visions of queer martyrdom from John Henry Newman to Derek Jarman 
Dominic Janes  
(Chicago (IL); London: Chicago University Press, 2015)  
226)‘National Hero and Very Queer Fish’ : Empire, Sexuality and the British Remembrance of General Gordon, 1918–72 
Max Jones  
20th Century British History, 26.2 (2015) 175-202 Full text 
227)Making love : sentiment and sexuality in eighteenth-century British literature 
Paul Kelleher  
Transits: literature, thought & culture 1650-1850 (Lewisburg (PA): Bucknell University Press, 2015)  
228)Hidden From View? Male Homosexuality in Twentieth-Century Wales 
Daryl Leeworthy  
Llafur, 11.4 (2015) 97-119  
229)Buggery’s travels : Royal Navy sodomy on ship and shore in the long eighteenth century 
Seth Stein LeJacq  
Journal for Maritime Research, 17.2 (2015) 103-116 Full text 
230)Same-sex sexuality in later medieval English culture 
Tom Linkinen  
Crossing boundaries : Turku medieval and early modern studies ([Amsterdam]: Amsterdam University Press, [2015])  
231)The early life of Miss Anne Lister & the curious tale of Miss Eliza Raine 
Anne Lister  , Eliza Raine   & Patricia Hughes  
([United Kingdom?]: Hues Books Ltd, 2015)  
232)Handel as Orpheus : the Vauxhall statue re-examined 
Thomas McGeary  
Early Music, 43.2 (2015) 291-308 Full text 
233)Scottish Churches, Morality and Homosexual Law Reform, 1957–1980 
Jeff Meek  
Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 66.3 (2015) 596-613 Full text 
234)Queer voices in post-war Scotland : male homosexuality, religion and society 
Jeffrey Meek  
Genders and sexualities in history (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)  
235)Knowing Dissent : Lesbian Sub-culture in the Female Factories of Van Diemen’s Land 
Bláthnaid Nolan  
in: Sexual politics in modern Ireland, ed. by Jennifer Redmond, Sonja Tiernan, Sandra McAvoy and Mary MacAuliffe (Sallins, Co. Kildare: Irish Academic Press, 2015), pp. 16-35.  
236)‘Pink Tea and Sissy Boys’ : Digitized Fragments of Male Homosexuality, Non-Heteronormativity and Homophobia in the Australian Sporting Press,… 
Gary Osmond  
International Journal of the History of Sport, 32.13 (2015) 1578-1592 Full text 
237)Epistle from prison : Oscar Wilde’s De profundis [epistola in carcere et vinculis] 
Joseph J. Portanova  
in: Great books written in prison : essays on classic works from Plato to Martin Luther King, Jr, ed. by J. Ward Regan (Jefferson (NC): McFarland & Co., 2015), pp. 107-122.  
238)Memories of Kinship in Keith Vaughan’s Post-War Paintings 
Gregory Salter  
Art History, 38.3 (2015) 536-561 Full text 
239)Boys and Homosex : Danger and Possibility in Queensland, 1890-1914 
Yorick Smaal  
in: Children, childhood and youth in the British world, ed. by Shirleene Robinson and Simon Sleight, Palgrave studies in the history of childhood (Houndmills; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 221-236.  
240)Love, Sex, Work and Friendship : Northern, Working-Class Men and Sexuality in the First Half of the Twentieth Century 
Helen Smith  
in: Love and romance in Britain, 1918-1970, ed. by Alana Harris and Timothy Willem Jones, Genders and sexualities in history (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 61-80.  
241)Masculinity, class and same-sex desire in industrial England, 1895-1957 
Helen Smith  
Genders and sexualities in history (Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)  
242)The Spectre of the ‘Man-Woman Athlete’ : Mark Weston, Zdenek Koubek, the 1936 Olympics and the uncertainty of sex 
Clare Tebbutt  
Women’s History Review, 24.5 (2015) 721-738 Full text 
243)The scandal of evangelicals and homosexuality : English evangelical texts, 1960-2010 
Mark Vasey-Saunders  
(Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, [2015])  
244)Beastly Sodomites and the Shameless Urban Future 
Farid Azfar  
The Eighteenth Century [Lubbock], 55.4 (2014) 391-410 Full text 
245)Profit (f)or the Public Good? Sensationalism, homosexuality, and the postwar popular press 
Justin Bengry  
Media History, 20.2 (2014) 146-166 Full text 
246)The Debate on Homosexuality in The Freewoman Journal (1911-12) 
Florence Binard  
Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, 79 (2014) Full text 
247)Ron Peck’s Strip Jack Naked (UK, 1991) : Portrait of the Artist as a Young Gay Man 
Nicole Cloarec  
La revue LISA, 12.1 (2014)  
248)Capital stories : local lives in queer London 
Matt Cook  
in: Queer cities, queer cultures : Europe since 1945, ed. by Jennifer V. Evans and Matt Cook (London: Bloomsbury, 2014), pp. 36-54.  
249)Queer domesticities : homosexuality and home life in twentieth-century London 
Matt Cook  
Genders and sexualities in history (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)  
250)Autonomy in the Dock : Oscar Wilde’s First Trial 
Bénédicte Coste  
Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, 79 (2014) Full text 
251)The Abergavenny witch hunt : an account of the prosecution of over twenty homosexuals in a small Welsh town in 1942 
William P. Cross  
(Newport: William P.Cross, Book Midden Publishing, June 2014)  
252)The Visual Pun at the End of E. M. Forster’s ‘The Classical Annex’ 
Steven Doloff  
Notes and Queries, 61.1 (2014) 140-140 Full text 
253)‘Decadent Imports’, ‘Vile Abominations’ : Transnational Discourses on Male-Male Sex and the Missionary Position in Buganda, 1875-1910 
Lindsay Ehrisman  
Proceedings of the British Academy, 194 (2014) 271-288  
254)Gay Sweatshop, Alternative Theatre, and Strategies for New Writing 
Sara Freeman  
New Theatre Quarterly, 30.2 (2014) 136-153 Full text 
255)Friendship and queer theory in the Renaissance : gender and sexuality in early modern England 
John S. Garrison  
Routledge studies in Renaissance literature and culture, 24 (London: Routledge, 2014)
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256)La difficile sortie du placard ou les jeux de la norme et de la transgression dans Maurice de E. M. Forster [The Difficulty of Coming Out or the… 
Thierry Goater  
Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, 79 (2014) Full text 
257)English Renaissance Literature in the History of Sexuality 
Jonathan Goldberg  
in: The Cambridge history of gay and lesbian literature, ed. by E. L. McCallum and Mikko Tuhkanen (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 164-178.  
258)John Rykener, Richard II and the Governance of London 
Peter Jeremy Piers Goldberg  
Leeds Studies in English, 45 (2014) 49-70  
259)Gay novels of Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth, 1881-1981 : a reader’s guide 
Drewey Wayne Gunn  
(Jefferson (NC): McFarland & Co., [2014])  
260)Emotional Deviants and the Politics of Love : ‘spiritual friendships’ in late nineteenth-century Christchurch 
Nadia Gush  
Women’s History Review, 23.5 (2014) 760-775 Full text 
261)Command Theory, Control and Computing : A Playwright’s Perspective on Alan Turing and the Law 
Catrin Fflur Huws  
Liverpool Law Review, 35.1 (2014) 7-23 Full text 
262)“Queering” Eliza Haywood 
Catherine Ingrassia  
Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 14.4 (Fall 2014) 9-24 Full text 
263)Oscar Wilde, Sodomy, and Mental Illness in Late Victorian England 
Dominic Janes  
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 23.1 (2014) 79-95  
264)‘The Truth about Captain Scott’ : The Last Place on Earth, Debunking, Sexuality and Decline in the 1980s 
Max Jones  
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 42.5 (2014) 857-881 Full text 
265)The new other Victorians : the success (and failure) of queer theory in nineteenth-century British studies [Review essay] 
Richard A. Kaye  
Victorian Literature and Culture, 42.4 (2014) 755-771 Full text 
266)Solidarity and Sexuality : Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners 1984–5 
Diarmaid Kelliher  
History Workshop Journal, 77.1 (Spring 2014) 240-262 Full text 
267)Vera ‘Jack’ Holme : cross-dressing actress, suffragette and chauffeur 
Anna Kisby  
Women’s History Review, 23.1 (2014) 120-136 Full text 
268)Diverse performances : masculinities and the Victorian stage 
David Haldane Lawrence   & Ross Burgess  
(London: Paradise Press, 2014)  
269)Odd women? : spinsters, lesbians and widows in British women’s fiction, 1850s-1930s 
Emma Liggins  
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2014)  
270)Gross Intrusions : Sensation, early queer film, and the trouble with crime reporting in 1930s Britain 
Ryan Linkof  
Media History, 20.2 (2014) 107-125 Full text 
271)The early life of Miss Anne Lister and the curious tale of Miss Eliza Raine 
Anne Lister  , Eliza Raine   & Patricia Hughes  
([United Kingdom?]: Hues Books, 2014)  
272)Discourses of Desire : Religion, Same-Sex Love and Secularisation in Britain, 1870–1930 
Naomi Lloyd  
Gender & History, 26.2 (2014) 313-331 Full text 
273)Same-sex desire in early modern England, 1550-1735 : an anthology of literary texts and contexts 
Marie H. Loughlin  
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2014)  
274)The Cambridge history of gay and lesbian literature  ed. by E. L. McCallum   & Mikko Tuhkanen  
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014)  
275)The Manchester Lesbian and Gay Chorus : Manchester, the Gay Village, and local music-making practices 
Esperanza Miyake  
Manchester Region History Review, 25 (2014) 107-126, 149-152  
276)The oldest gay in the village : a powerful, moving and very personal account of one man’s experience of being gay over the last nine decades 
George Montague  
(London: Metro, 2014)  
277)Henry Fielding’s The Female Husband and the Sexuality of Vagrancy 
Sarah Nicolazzo  
The Eighteenth Century [Lubbock], 55.4 (2014) 335-353 Full text 
278)The Libertine, the Rake, and the Dandy : Personae, Styles, and Affects 
Lisa O’Connell  
in: The Cambridge history of gay and lesbian literature, ed. by E. L. McCallum and Mikko Tuhkanen (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 218-240.  
279)Cross-Dressing, Queerness, and the Early Modern Stage 
David L. Orvis  
in: The Cambridge history of gay and lesbian literature, ed. by E. L. McCallum and Mikko Tuhkanen (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 197-217.  
280)Bachelors of a different sort : queer aesthetics, material culture and the modern interior in Britain 
John Potvin  
Studies in design (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2014)  
281)Impossible Love and Victorian Values : J. A. Symonds and the Intellectual History of Homosexuality 
Emily Rutherford  
Journal of the History of Ideas, 75.4 (2014) 605-627 Full text 
282)“The law to take its course” : the execution of James Pratt and John Smith, 27th November 1835 
Frank Ryan  
(London: [Fr. Frank Ryan OMI], [2014])  
283)Out of the 1950s : Cultural History, Queer Thought 
Alan Sinfield  
History Workshop Journal, 77.1 (Spring 2014) 263-273 Full text 
284)‘They Thought They Were Normal – And Called Themselves Queens’ : Gay Seafarers on British Liners, 1945–85 
Jo Stanley  
in: Maritime history and identity : the sea and culture in the modern world, ed. by Duncan Redford (London: I.B. Tauris, 2014), pp. 230-252.  
285)Rodney Garland (Adam Martin de Hegedus) 
David Thame  
Notes and Queries, 61.4 (2014) 608-610 Full text 
286)Antonio’s (Happy) Ending : Queer Closure in All-Male Twelfth Night 
Chad Allen Thomas  
Comparative Drama, 48.3 (2014) 221-240 Full text 
287)The Victorian spinster and emerging female identities : a critical study of fin de siècle literature and culture 
Carrie Wadman  
(Lewiston (NY): Edwin Mellen Press, [2014])  
288)Gender reassignment surgery in the 18th century : A case study 
Carol A. B. Warren  
Sexualities, 17.7 (2014) 872-884 Full text 
289)Beryl Reid Says…Good Evening : Performing queer identity on British television 
Rosie White  
Journal of European Popular Culture, 5.2 (2014) 165-180 Full text 
290)Something new under the sun : the revolutionary left and gay politics 
Graham Willett  
in: Against the grain : the British far left from 1956, ed. by Evan Smith and Matthew Worley (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2014), pp. 173-189.  
291)The mad boy, Lord Berners, my grandmother and me 
Sofka Zinovieff  
(London: Jonathan Cape, 2014)  
292)Richard Francis Burton : Victorian Explorer and Translator 
Silvia Antosa  
Victorian & Edwardian studies, 3 (Bern: Peter Lang, 2013)  
293)Forbidden forward : the Justin Fashanu story 
Nick Baker  
(Loughborough: Reid Publishing, [2013])  
294)Films and filming : the making of a queer marketplace in pre-decriminalisation Britain 
Justin Bengry  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 244-266.  
295)Family secrets : shame and privacy in modern Britain 
Deborah Cohen  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)  
296)“Gay Times” : Identity, Locality, Memory, and the Brixton Squats in 1970’s London 
Matt Cook  
20th Century British History, 24.1 (2013) 84-109 Full text 
297)Not behind lace curtains : the hidden world of Evan, Viscount Tredegar 
William P. Cross  
(Newport, Gwent: William P. Cross, Book Midden Publishing, May 2013)  
298)An Early Usage of wank, antedating OED Entry 
Keri Davies   & Angus Whitehead  
Notes and Queries, 60.3 (2013) 376-379 Full text 
299)The cultural politics of gay pornography in 1970s Britain 
Paul R. Deslandes  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 267-296.  
300)‘A peculiarly obscure subject’ : The missing ‘case’ of the heterosexual 
Laura L. Doan  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 87-108.  
301)Disturbing practices : history, sexuality, and women’s experience of modern war 
Laura L. Doan  
(Chicago (IL); London: Chicago University Press, 2013)  
302)The ‘Magenta Moment’ in Alan Bennett’s Habeas Corpus 
Rodney Stenning Edgecombe  
Notes and Queries, 60.2 (2013) 304 Full text 
303)Greek Textual Archaeology and Erotic Epigraphy in Simeon Solomon and Michael Field 
Stefano-Maria Evangelista  
Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, 78 (2013)  
304)Scotch verdict : the real-life story that inspired The Children’s Hour 
Lillian Faderman  
(New York; Chichester: Columbia University Press, 2013)  
305)Common Soldiers, Same-Sex Love and Religion in the Early Eighteenth-Century British Army 
Susan Gane  
Gender & History, 25.3 (2013) 637-651 Full text 
306)Butterflies, Orchids and Wasps. Polyglossia and Aesthetic Lives : Foreign Languages in The Spirit Lamp (1892-1893) 
Xavier Giudicelli  
Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, 78 (2013) Full text 
307)Enlightened Female Homoeroticism and Social Transformation in Catharine Trotter’s Agnes de Castro 
Dawn M. Goode  
Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700, 37.1 (2013) 19-38 Full text 
308)‘Under a Petticoat’ : Excess Femininity and Lesbian Desire on the Restoration and Early Eighteenth-Century British Stage 
Dawn M. Goode  
Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36.2 (2013) 177-190 Full text 
309)At the margins of Victorian Britain : politics, immortality and Britishness in the nineteenth century 
Dennis Grube  
Library of Victorian studies, 7 (London: I.B. Tauris, 2013)  
310)Middlebrow queer : Christopher Isherwood in America 
Jaime Harker  
(Minneapolis (MN): University of Minnesota Press, [2013])  
311)Edward Carpenter and the Domestic Interior 
Michael Hatt  
Oxford Art Journal, 36.3 (2013) 395-416 Full text 
312)Hello, darlings! : the authorized Biography of Kenny Everett 
James Hogg   & Robert Sellers  
(London: Bantam Press, 2013)  
313)Thinking queer : The social and the sexual in interwar Britain 
Matt Houlbrook  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 134-164.  
314)The Animals : Love Letters Between Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy 
Christopher Isherwood  , Don Bacharfy   & Katherine Bucknell  
(New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, [2013])  
315)Moral Welfare and Social Wellbeing : The Church of England and the Emergence of Modern Homosexuality 
Timothy Willem Jones  
in: Men, masculinities and religious change in twentieth-century Britain, ed. by Lucy Delap and Sue Morgan, Genders and sexualities in history (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), pp. 197-217.  
316)Sexual politics in the Church of England, 1857-1957 
Timothy Willem Jones  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)  
317)Benjamin Britten : a life in the twentieth century 
Paul Francis Kildea  
(London: Allen Lane, 2013)  
318)Naturalism, labour and homoerotic desire : Henry Scott Tuke 
Jongwoo Jeremy Kim  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 39-62.  
319)Proto-Butch or temporally-challenged trans? Considering female masculinities in eighteenth century Britain 
Katharine Kittredge  
in: Developments in the histories of sexualities : in search of the normal, 1600-1800, ed. by Chris Mounsey, Transits: literature, thought & culture 1650-1850 (Lewisburg (PA): Bucknell University Press, 2013), pp. 173-208.  
320)Classifying Early Modern Sexuality : Christopher Marlowe, Edward II, and the Politics of Sexuality 
Michael John Lee  
Quidditas: The Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, 34 (2013) 111-124  
321)Introduction : British queer history 
Brian Lewis  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 1-16.  
322)‘These young men who come down from Oxford and write gossip’ : Society gossip, homosexuality and the logic of revelation in the interwar popular press 
Ryan Linkof  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 109-133.  
323)White ‘men’ and their Chinese ‘boys’ : sexuality, masculinity and colonial power in Singapore and Darwin, 1880s–1930s 
Claire Lowrie  
History Australia, 10.1 (2013) 35-57  
324)Probation officers, social enquiry reports, and importuning in the 1960s 
John Lunan  
Historical Journal, 56.3 (2013) 781-800 Full text 
325)Queering Ireland, In the Archives 
Ed Madden  
Irish University Review, 43.1 (2013) 184-221 Full text 
326)Homosexualité et vie intime en Angleterre à la fin du XIXesiècle 
Sharon Marcus  
Cahiers d’histoire. Revue d’histoire critique, 121 (2013) 155-168  
327)Queering Early Modern Ireland 
Sarah E. McKibben  
Irish University Review, 43.1 (2013) 169-183 Full text 
328)Mr Grey goes to Washington : The homophile internationalism of Britain’s Homosexual Law Reform Society 
David Minto  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 219-243.  
329)Bricks and Flowers : Unconventionality and queerness in Katherine Everett’s life writing 
Mo Moulton  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 63-86.  
330)‘I conformed; I got married. It seemed like a good idea at the time’ : Domesticity in post-war lesbian oral history 
Amy Tooth Murphy  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 165-187.  
331)The molly and the fop : untangling effeminacy in the eighteenth century 
Sally O’Driscoll  
in: Developments in the histories of sexualities : in search of the normal, 1600-1800, ed. by Chris Mounsey, Transits: literature, thought & culture 1650-1850 (Lewisburg (PA): Bucknell University Press, 2013), pp. 145-172.  
332)The lesbian muse and poetic identity, 1889-1930 
Sarah Parker  
Gender and genre, 12 (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2013)  
333)Disorientations : John Singer Sargent and Queer Phenomenology 
Anne Pasek  
emaj (electronic Melbourne art journal), 7 (2013) 1-31  
334)Heterosyncrasy as a Way of Life : Disability and the Heterosyncratic Community in Amis and Amiloun 
Tory Vandeventer Pearman  
New Medieval Literatures, 15 (2013) 285-312 Full text 
335)Dickie Bateman and the Gothicization of Old Windsor : Gothic architecture and sexuality in the circle of Horace Walpole 
Matthew M. Reeve  
Architectural History, 56 (2013) 97-132  
336)The rise of gay rights and the fall of the British empire : liberal resistance and the Bloomsbury group 
David A. J. Richards  
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)  
337)‘A thing perhaps impossible’ : The 1811 Woods/Pirie Trial and its legacies 
Chris Roulston  
in: Developments in the histories of sexualities : in search of the normal, 1600-1800, ed. by Chris Mounsey, Transits: literature, thought & culture 1650-1850 (Lewisburg (PA): Bucknell University Press, 2013), pp. 125-144.  
338)The trials of Radclyffe Hall 
Diana Souhami  
(London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2013)  
339)Cupid stunts : the life and radio times of Kenny Everett 
David Stafford   & Caroline Stafford  
(London: Omnibus Press, 2013)  
340)The Marquess of Queensberry : Wilde’s nemesis 
Linda Stratmann  
(New Haven (CT): Yale University Press, 2013)  
341)Gateway to heaven : fifty years of lesbian and gay oral history 
Clare Summerskill  
(London: Tollington, 2013, ©2012)  
342)Politics and the reporting of sex between men in the 1820s 
Charles Upchurch  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 17-38.  
343)Queen and country : Same-sex desire in the British Armed Forces, 1939-45 
Emma Vickers  
Gender in history (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013)  
344)The homosexual as a social being in Britain, 1945-1968 
Chris Waters  
in: British queer history : new approaches and perspectives, ed. by Brian Lewis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 188-218.  
345)Hellenic transgressions, homosexual politics : Wilde, Symonds and Sicily 
Stefania Arcara  
Studies in Travel Writing, 16.2 (2012) 135-147 Full text 
346)Genealogy of an Execution : The Sodomite, the Bishop, and the Anomaly of 1726 
Farid Azfar  
Journal of British Studies, 51.3 (2012) 568-593 Full text 
347)Pederasty and Sexual Activity in Oscar Wilde’s The Happy Prince and Other Tales 
Chris Bartle  
Victorian Network, 4.2 (2012) 87-106  
348)Men in Eden : William Drummond Stewart and same-sex desire in the Rocky Mountain fur trade 
William Benemann  
(Lincoln (NE): University of Nebraska Press, 2012)  
349)Queer profits : homosexual scandal and the origins of legal reform in Britain 
Justin Bengry  
in: Queer 1950s : rethinking sexuality in the postwar years., ed. by Heike Bauer and Matt Cook, Genders and sexualities in history (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), pp. 167-182.  
350)The ethico-politics of homo-ness : Beckett’s How It Is and Casement’s Black Diaries 
Patrick Bixby  
Irish Studies Review, 20.3 (2012) 243-261 Full text 
351)Homoerotic Pleasure and Violence in the Drama of Thomas Middleton 
Adrian Blamires  
Early Modern Literary Studies, 16.2 (2012)  
352)Domestic Passions : Unpacking the Homes of Charles Shannon and Charles Ricketts 
Matt Cook  
Journal of British Studies, 51.3 (2012) 618-640 Full text 
353)The sexual state : sexuality and Scottish governance, 1950-1980 
Roger Davidson   & Gayle Davis  
(Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012)  
354)Shakespeare’s Perversion : A Reading of Sonnet 20 
Natasha Distiller  
Shakespeare, 8.2 (2012) 137-153 Full text 
355)‘Out of your clinging kisses…I create a new world’ : sexuality and spirituality in the work of Edward Carpenter 
Joy Dixon  
in: The Ashgate research companion to nineteenth-century spiritualism and the occult, ed. by Sarah A. Willburn and Tatiana Kontou (Farnham: Ashgate, 2012), pp. 143-164.  
356)Sex Education and the Great War Soldier : A Queer Analysis of the Practice of “Hetero” Sex 
Laura L. Doan  
Journal of British Studies, 51.3 (2012) 641-663 Full text 
357)Byron and Ottoman love : Orientalism, Europeanization and same-sex sexualities in the early nineteenth-century Levant 
Peter Drucker  
Journal of European Studies, 42.2 (2012) 140-157 Full text 
358)Queering conflict : examining lesbian and gay experiences of homophobia in Northern Ireland 
Marian Duggan  
(Farnham: Ashgate, 2012)  
359)The Arrest of Caleb Williams : Unnatural Crime, Constructive Violence, and Overwhelming Terror in Late Eighteenth-Century England 
Gary Dyer  
Eighteenth-century Life, 36.3 (2012) 31-56  
360)The traitor as patriot : Guy Burgess, Englishness and camp in Another Country and An Englishman Abroad 
Elisabetta Girelli  
Journal of European Popular Culture, 2.2 (2012) 129-142 Full text 
361)Ziggy Stardust and the Music Press : Negotiating Transgressive Male Sexuality 
Patrick Glen  
in: Creating the ‘Other’, ed. by Malte Hinrichsen, Elliott Hicks, Joanna Frew and Nazim Can Cicektakan (Colchester: Department of History, University of Essex, 2012 [2000]), pp. 42-55.  
362)Male Prostitution and the London GPO : Telegraph Boys’ “Immorality” from Nationalization to the Cleveland Street Scandal 
Katie Hindmarch-Watson  
Journal of British Studies, 51.3 (2012) 594-617 Full text 
363)Frederick Rolfe’s Christmas cards : Popular culture and the construction of queerness in late Victorian Britain 
Dominic Janes  
Early Popular Visual Culture, 10.2 (2012) 105-124 Full text 
364)Unnatural Appetites : Sodomitical Panic in Hogarth’s The Gate of Calais, or, O the Roast Beef of Old England (1748) 
Dominic Janes  
Oxford Art Journal, 35.1 (2012) 19-31 Full text 
365)William Bennett’s Heresy : Male Same-Sex Desire and the Art of the Eucharist 
Dominic Janes  
Journal of Victorian Culture, 17.4 (2012) 413-435 Full text 
366)Reason, Madness, and Sexuality in the British Public Sphere 
Paul Kelleher  
The Eighteenth Century [Lubbock], 53.3 (2012) 291-315 Full text 
367)Mr Foote’s other leg 
Ian Kelly  
(London: Picador, 2012)  
368)Introduction : Hans Turley, Queer Studies, and the Open-Hatched Eighteenth Century 
Kathryn R. King  
The Eighteenth Century [Lubbock], 53.3 (2012) 265-272 Full text 
369)Beauty, Masculinity and Love Between Men : Configuring Emotions with Michael Drayton’s Peirs Gaveston 
Anu Korhonen  
in: A history of emotions, 1200-1800, ed. by Jonas Liliequist, Studies for the International Society for Cultural History, 2 (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2012), pp. 135-152.  
370)Introduction : British Queer History 
Brian Lewis  
Journal of British Studies, 51.3 (2012) 519-522  
371)Charles Henri Ford dans l’œil du viseur. Cecil Beaton et l’érotisme de la culture populaire dans les tabloïds new-yorkais [Shooting Charles Henri… 
Ryan Linkof  
Études photographiques, 29 (2012) 170-203  
372)Queering the Irish Diaspora : David Rees and Padraig Rooney 
Ed Madden  
Éire-Ireland, 47.1&2 (2012) 172-200 Full text 
373)Ardent Service : Female Eroticism and New Life Ethics in Gertrude Dix’s The Image Breakers (1900) 
Diana Maltz  
Journal of Victorian Culture, 17.2 (2012) 147-163 Full text 
374)Homosexualité et vie intime en Angleterre à la fin du XIXe siècle 
Sharon Marcus  
Cahiers d’histoire. Revue d’histoire critique, 119 (2012) 2-9  
375)The Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Sexuality Hypothesis 
Michael McKeon  
Signs; journal of women in culture & society, 37.4 (2012) 791-801 Full text 
376)Lesbian scandal and the culture of modernism 
Jodie Medd  
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)  
377)Samuel Henley’s “Dark Beginnings” in Virginia 
Terry L. Meyers  
Notes and Queries, 59.3 (2012) 347-350 Full text 
378)The poor bugger’s tool : Irish modernism, queer labor, and postcolonial history 
Patrick R. Mullen  
(New York: Oxford University Press, 2012)  
379)A kick against the pricks : the autobiography 
David Norris  
(London: Transworld Ireland, 2012)  
380)Performing the “Wilde West” : Victorian Afterlives, Sexual Performance, and the American West 
Daniel Akiva Novak  
Victorian Studies, 54.3 (2012) 451-463  
381)Love “off the rails” or “over the teacups”? : lesbian desire and female sexualities in the 1950s British popular press 
Alison Oram  
in: Queer 1950s : rethinking sexuality in the postwar years., ed. by Heike Bauer and Matt Cook, Genders and sexualities in history (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), pp. 41-60.  
382)Cultural Studies and Pirate Studies : Straight on ’til Morning 
Laura J. Rosenthal  
The Eighteenth Century [Lubbock], 53.3 (2012) 381-390 Full text 
383)Asking Angela Macnamara : an intimate history of Irish lives 
Paul Ryan  
New Directions in Irish History (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2012)  
384)Fashioning Fetishism from the Pages of London Life 
Lisa Z. Sigel  
Journal of British Studies, 51.3 (2012) 664-684 Full text 
385)Sex, lies and politics : gay politicians in the press 
Donna Smith  
(Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2012)  
386)Dialogues franco-anglais sur l’homosexualité de Oscar Wilde à Édith Cresson 
Florence Tamagne  
in: La France et les îles Britanniques : un couple impossible ? : actes du colloque du GDR 2136 (CNRS-Paris 1) Caen, 20 septembre 2007, ed. by Véronique Gazeau and Jean-Philippe Genêt (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 2012), pp. 325-342.  
387)Postal pleasures : sex, scandal, and Victorian letters 
Katie-Louise Thomas  
(New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012)  
388)Male prostitution and the emergence of the modern sexual systems : Eighteenth-century London 
Randolph Trumbach  
in: Prostitution and eighteenth-century culture : sex, commerce and morality, ed. by Ann Marie Lewis and Markman Ellis, The body, gender and culture, 7 (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2012), pp. 185-201, 236-239.  
389)Full-Text Databases and Historical Research : Cautionary Results from a Ten-Year Study 
Charles Upchurch  
Journal of Social History, 46.1 (2012) 89-105  
390)The Painful Reunion: The Remedicalization of Homosexuality and the Rise of the Queer  
Lance Wahlert  
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 9.3 (2012) 26-275 Full text 
391)The Homosexual as a Social Being in Britain, 1945–1968 
Chris Waters  
Journal of British Studies, 51.3 (2012) 685-710 Full text 
392)Queer(y)ing the “Modern Homosexual” 
Jeffrey Weeks  
Journal of British Studies, 51.3 (2012) 523-539 Full text 
393)The currency of intimacy : transformations of the domestic sphere on the late-nineteenth-century diamond fields 
Lindsay Weiss  
in: The archaeology of colonialism : intimate encounters and sexual effects, ed. by Barbara L. Voss and Eleanor Conlin Casella (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 49-66.  
394)On a wing and a prayer : flight to redemption 
Peter Wing  
(Kibworth Beauchamp: Matador, ©2012)  
395)James VI and I : Time for a Reconsideration? 
Michael B. Young  
Journal of British Studies, 51.3 (2012) 540-567 Full text 
396)A Room in Chelsea : Quentin Crisp at Home 
Mark Armstrong  
Visual Culture in Britain, 12.2 (2011) 155-169 Full text 
397)Female sexual inversion : same-sex desires in Italian and British sexology, c.1870-1920 
Chiara Beccalossi  
Genders and sexualities in history (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)  
398)A French Reaction to the Wilde Affair and Increasing Homophobia in Late-Nineteenth-Century France : Pierre Loti’s Judith Renaudin 
Richard Berrong  
Neophilologus, 95.2 (2011) 177-189 Full text 
399)Homosexualité et eugénisme : la pensée d’Edith Ellis,1861-1916 
Florence Binard  
in: Sexe, race et mixité dans l’aire anglophone, ed. by Michel Prum, Racisme et eugénisme (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2011), pp. 107-128.  
400)As good as God, as clever as the Devil : the impossible life of Mary Benson 
Rodney Bolt  
(London: Atlantic Books, 2011)  
401)‘Starring David Hockney’ : Authenticity and Filmic Performance in A Bigger Splash 
David Bovey  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 8.3 (2011) 375-391 Full text 
402)Sexual politics : sexuality, family planning, and the British Left from the 1880s to the present day 
Stephen Brooke  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011)  
403)Derek Jarman 
Michael Charlesworth  
(London: Reaktion, 2011)  
404)Victim 
John Coldstream  
(London: BFI, 2011)  
405)Teleny, the Secret Touch, and the Media Geography of the Clandestine Book Trade (1880–1900) 
Colette Colligan  
in: Media, technology, and literature in the nineteenth century : image, sound, touch, ed. by Colette Colligan and Margaret Linley, The Nineteenth Century Series (Farnham: Ashgate, 2011), pp. 215-238.  
406)Homes Fit for Homos : Joe Orton, Masculinity and the Domesticated Queer 
Matt Cook  
in: What is masculinity? : historical dynamics from antiquity to the contemporary world, ed. by John H. Arnold and Sean Brady, Genders and sexualities in history (Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, [UK]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pp. 303-322.  
407)Painting a Queer Nation : Sadie Lee and Mandy McCartin 
Lucy Curzon  
Visual Culture in Britain, 12.1 (2011) 97-115 Full text 
408)Radclyffe Hall : a life in the writing 
Richard Dellamora  
Haney Foundation series (Philadelphia (PA): University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011)  
409)Sexual types : embodiment, agency, and dramatic character from Shakespeare to Shirley 
Mario DiGangi  
(Philadelphia (PA): University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011)  
410)Edith Craig as Director : Staging Claudel in the War Years 
Roberta Gandolfi  
in: Ellen Terry, spheres of influence, ed. by Katharine Cockin, Dramatic lives (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2011), pp. 107-118, 177-181.  
411)Somerset Maugham 
Selina Hastings  
in: Resurgent adventures with Britannia : Personalities, politics and culture in Britain, ed. by William Roger Louis (London; New York: I.B. Tauris, 2011), pp. 107-120.  
412)Freddie Mercury : the biography 
Laura Jackson  
(London: Piatkus, 2011)  
413)Roger Casement : How Effective Was the British Government’s Smear Campaign Exposing the Homosexual “Black Diaries”? 
Elizabeth Jaeger  
Éire-Ireland, 46.3&4 (2011) 132-169 Full text 
414)A Tale of Two Scandals 
Nigel H. Jones  
History Today, 61.2 (2011) 10-17  
415)The Stained Glass Closet : Celibacy and Homosexuality in the Church of England to 1955 
Timothy Willem Jones  
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 20.1 (2011) 132-152  
416)Quentin Crisp : the profession of being : a biography 
Nigel Kelly  
(Jefferson (NC): McFarland, 2011)  
417)Pleasure bound : Victorian sex rebels and the new eroticism 
Deborah Lutz  
(New York; London: W. W. Norton & Co, 2011)  
418)Source guide for the history of Manchester’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community 
Manchester (England). City Council  , Manchester Metropolitan University   & Lesbian Community Project  
(Manchester: Manchester City Council, 2011)  
419)Handel and Homosexuality : Burlington House and Cannons Revisited 
Thomas McGeary  
Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 136.1 (2011) 33-71 Full text 
420)Tory pride and prejudice : the Conservative Party and homosexual law reform 
Michael McManus  
(London: Biteback Publishing, 2011)  
421)Frank Baines : a life beyond the sea 
Brian Mooney  
(London: Thorogood, 2011)  
422)Sister arts : the erotics of lesbian landscapes 
Lisa L. Moore  
(Minneapolis (MN): University of Minnesota Press, 2011)  
423)Going on an outing : the historic house and queer public history 
Alison Oram  
Rethinking History, 15.2 (2011) 189-207 Full text 
424)“Affection in Education” : Edward Carpenter, John Addington Symonds and the politics of Greek love 
Josephine Crawley Quinn   & Christopher Brooke  
Oxford Review of Education, 37.5 (2011) 683-698 Full text 
425)Eileen Gray and the design of sapphic modernity : staying in 
Jasmine Rault  
(Farnham: Ashgate, 2011)  
426)Shifting Attitudes [To homosexuality] 
Andrew Roberts  
History Today, 61.10 (2011) 4-6  
427)Oscar Wilde : the great drama of his life : how his tragedy reflected his personality 
Ashley H. Robins  
(Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2011)  
428)Baffled Hopes and Bad Habits : Men, Marriage and Conformity in Queer Theory and Gay Representation 
Berthold Schoene  
in: Constructions of masculinity in British literature from the Middle Ages to the present, ed. by Stefan Horlacher, Global masculinities (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pp. 209-228.  
429)Digging for Jane and Finding Yorrick 
Frances Singh  
Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 33.1 (2011) 53-78 Full text 
430)Homophobia in Eighteenth-Century Southampton 
Mary L. South  
Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society, 66 (2011) 187-200  
431)Challenging Presumptions of Heterosexuality : Eva Gore-Booth, A Biographical Case Study 
Sonja Tiernan  
Historical Reflections / Réflexions historiques, 37.2 (2011) 58-71 Full text 
432)Performance and Queer Praxes : Recent Paradigmatic Shifts 
Fintan Walsh  
Theatre Research International, 36.3 (2011) 283-285 Full text 
433)Oscar’s shadow : Wilde, homosexuality and modern Ireland 
Éibhear Walshe  
(Cork: Cork University Press, 2011)  
434)For the record : on sexuality and the colonial archive in India 
Anjali R. Arondekar  
(Durham (NC): Duke University Press, 2010)  
435)The Importance of Being Earnest (1895) by Oscar Wilde : Conformity and Resistance in Victorian Society 
Brigitte Bastiat  
Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, 72 (2010) 53-63  
436)Peacock Revolution : Mainstreaming Queer Styles in Post-War Britain, 1945-1967 
Justin Bengry  
Socialist History, 36 (2010) 55-68  
437)Keeping the Wolfenden from the Door? Homosexuality and the ‘Medical Model’ in New Zealand 
James Bennett  
Social History of Medicine, 23.1 (2010) 134-52 Full text 
438)Unaccountable Women 
John Beynon  
in: Lesbian dames : sapphism in the long eighteenth century, ed. by John Beynon and Caroline Gonda (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 81-94.  
439)Lesbian dames : sapphism in the long eighteenth century  ed. by John Beynon   & Caroline Gonda  
(Farnham: Ashgate, 2010)  
440)“You Are Awful – But I Like You!” : The Politics of Camp in 1970s Television 
Peri Bradley  
in: British culture and society in the 1970s : the lost decade, ed. by Laurel Forster and Sue Harper (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2010), pp. 119-30.  
441)Reforming the Coquette : Poly, Homo, Hetero in The Reform’d Coquet and The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless 
Theresa Braunschneider  
in: Lesbian dames : sapphism in the long eighteenth century, ed. by John Beynon and Caroline Gonda (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 95-110.  
442)Sex, space and scripts : negotiating homoeroticism in history 
Chris Brickell  
Social and Cultural Geography, 11.6 (2010) 597-613 Full text 
443)Whatshisname : the life and death of Charles Hawtrey 
Wes Butters  
(Sheffield: Tomahawk Press, 2010)  
444)The Discovery of Sodom, 1851 
Harry Cocks  
Representations, 112 (2010) 1-26 Full text 
445)Putting it on : the West End theatre of Michael Codron 
Michael Codron   & Alan Strachan  
(London: Duckworth Overlook, 2010)  
446)Citizen, invert, queer : lesbianism and war in early twentieth-century Britain 
Deborah Cohler  
(Minneapolis (MN): University of Minnesota Press, 2010)  
447)“Do you not know the quotation?” : Reading Anne Lister, Anne Lister Reading 
Stephen Colclough  
in: Lesbian dames : sapphism in the long eighteenth century, ed. by John Beynon and Caroline Gonda (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 159-172.  
448)Families of Choice? George Ives, Queer Lives and the Family in Early Twentieth-Century Britain 
Matt Cook  
Gender & History, 22.1 (2010) 1-20 Full text 
449)Voice of the community? Reflections on accessing, working with and representing communities 
Fiona Cosson  
Oral History, 38.2 (2010) 95-101  
450)Gerard Dillon : Nationalism, Homosexuality, and the Modern Irish Artist 
Riann Coulter  
Éire-Ireland, 45.3-4 (2010) 63-94 Full text 
451)The hegemonic outsider : William Beckford’s Lisbon journal 
Pietro Deandrea  
Studies in Travel Writing, 14.3 (2010) 225-239 Full text 
452)The Male Body, Beauty and Aesthetics in Modern British Culture 
Paul R. Deslandes  
History Compass, 8.10 (2010) 1191-208 Full text 
453)“Random Shafts of Malice?” : The Outings of Anne Damer 
Emma Donoghue  
in: Lesbian dames : sapphism in the long eighteenth century, ed. by John Beynon and Caroline Gonda (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 127-146.  
454)Aesthetic Encounters : the Erotic Visions of John Addington Symonds and Wilhelm Von Gloeden 
Stefano-Maria Evangelista  
in: Illustrations, optics and objects in nineteenth-century literary and visual culture, ed. by Luisa Calè and Patrizia Di Bello, Palgrave studies in nineteenth-century writing and culture (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. 87-104.  
455)Queer times : Richard II in the poems and chronicles of late fourteenth-century England 
Sylvia Federico  
Medium Aevum, 79.1 (2010) 25-46  
456)Corona regia 
Tyler Fyotek   & Winfried Schleiner  
Travaux du Grand Siècle, 36 (Genève: Droz, 2010)  
457)Handbag de Mark Ravenhill (1998) : Réincarnation de The Importance of Being Earnest à la fin des années 1990 
Xavier Giudicelli  
Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, 72 (2010) 99-114  
458)Resisting Homosexual Law Reform in Britain in the 1950s : the Passions of Earl Winterton 
Kate Gleeson  
Australian Journal of Politics & History, 56.2 (2010) 191-207 Full text 
459)The Odd Women : Charlotte Charke, Sarah Scott and the Metamorphoses of Sex 
Caroline Gonda  
in: Lesbian dames : sapphism in the long eighteenth century, ed. by John Beynon and Caroline Gonda (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 111-125.  
460)The Book Beautiful : Reading, Vision, and the Homosexual Imagination in Late Victorian Britain 
Michael Hatt  
in: Illustrations, optics and objects in nineteenth-century literary and visual culture, ed. by Luisa Calè and Patrizia Di Bello, Palgrave studies in nineteenth-century writing and culture (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. 167-184.  
461)Amy Levy : critical essays 
Naomi Hetherington   & Nadia Valman  
(Athens: Ohio University Press, 2010)  
462)The spiv and the architect : unruly life in postwar London 
Richard Quentin Donald Hornsey  
(Minneapolis (MN): University of Minnesota Press, 2010)  
463)“Be more strange and bold” : Kissing Lepers and Female Same-Sex Desire in The Book of Margery Kempe 
Jonathan Hsy  
Early Modern Women, 5 (2010) 189-199  
464)Greek love in British India : Captain Searight’s manuscript 
Ronald Hyam  
in: Understanding the British Empire, ed. by Ronald Hyam (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), pp. 440-70.  
465)Foreign affairs : die Abenteuer einiger Engländer in Deutschland 1900-1947 
Wolfgang Kemp  
(München: Hanser, 2010)  
466)Oscar Wilde  ed. by Jarlath Killeen  
Visions and revisions (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2010)  
467)Tory Lesbians : Economies of Intimacy and the Status of Desire 
Susan S. Lanser  
in: Lesbian dames : sapphism in the long eighteenth century, ed. by John Beynon and Caroline Gonda (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 173-189.  
468)The Roberts : Robert MacBryde (1913-1966) and Robert Colquhoun (1914-1962) : 3-31 March 2010 
Robert MacBryde  , Robert Colquhoun   & Scottish Gallery  
(Edinburgh: Scottish Gallery, 2010)  
469)“Baffling Arrangements” : Vernon Lee and John Singer Sargent in Queer Tangier 
Diana Maltz  
in: Rethinking the interior c.1867-1896 : aestheticism and arts and crafts, ed. by Jason Edwards and Imogen Hart (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 185-210.  
470)Mr Isherwood changes trains : Christopher Isherwood and the search for the ‘home self’ 
Victor Marsh  
(Melbourne: Clouds of Magellan, 2010)  
471)Homosexual law reform, 1953-1967 
Hugh McLeod  
in: From the Reformation to the permissive society : a miscellany in celebration of the 400th anniversary of Lambeth Palace Library, ed. by Melanie Barber, Stephen Taylor and Gabriel Sewell, Church of England Record Society, 18 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2010), pp. 657-78.  
472)Crafting queer spaces : privacy and posturing 
Peter McNeil  
in: Fashion, interior design and the contours of modern identity, ed. by Alla Myzelev and John Potvin (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 19-41.  
473)Dandyism, Visuality and the ‘Camp Gem’ : Collections of Jewels in Huysmans and Wilde 
Victoria Mills  
in: Illustrations, optics and objects in nineteenth-century literary and visual culture, ed. by Luisa Calè and Patrizia Di Bello, Palgrave studies in nineteenth-century writing and culture (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. 147-166.  
474)E.M. Forster : a new life 
Wendy Moffat  
(London: Bloomsbury, 2010)  
475)“The Word Made Flesh” : Women, Religion and Sexual Cultures [Women, Gender and Religious Cultures in Britain, 1800–1940] 
Sue Morgan  
in: Women, Gender and Religious Cultures in Britain, 1800–1940, ed. by Sue Morgan and Jacqueline R. DeVries (Abingdon: Routledge, 2010), pp. 159-87.  
476)Capital affairs : London and the making of the permissive society 
Frank Mort  
(New Haven (CT); London: Yale University Press, 2010)  
477)Medieval intrigue : decoding royal conspiracies 
Ian Mortimer  
(London: Continuum, 2010)  
478)“Disgusted by the Details” : Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and the Dublin Castle scandals of 1884 
James H. Murphy  
in: Back to the future of Irish studies : festschrift for Tadhg Foley, ed. by Maureen O’Connor and Tadhg Foley, Reimagining Ireland, 30 (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2010), pp. 177-190.  
479)Collaboration and control in the development of Janet Green’s screenplay Victim 
Jill Nelmes  
Journal of Screenwriting, 1.2 (2010) 255-272 Full text 
480)A Crisis of Femininity : Re-Making Gender in Popular Discourse 
Sally O’Driscoll  
in: Lesbian dames : sapphism in the long eighteenth century, ed. by John Beynon and Caroline Gonda (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 45-60.  
481)Adrienne Rich’s On Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence 
Tina O’Toole  
in: Mobilising classics : reading radical writing in Ireland, ed. by Fiona Dukelow and Orla O’Donovan (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010), pp. 157-174.  
482)Gender identity and sexual orientation 
Mel Porter  
in: Unequal Britain : equalities in Britain since 1945, ed. by Pat Thane (London: Continuum, 2010), pp. 125-162.  
483)The Aesthetics of Community : Queer Interiors and the Desire for Intimacy 
John Potvin  
in: Rethinking the interior c.1867-1896 : aestheticism and arts and crafts, ed. by Jason Edwards and Imogen Hart (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 169-184.  
484)Nautical Eccentrics : Infrastructure and Queer Feeling in the Fictions of James Joyce and Jamie O’Neill 
Michael Rubenstein  
Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 36.1 (2010) 129-141  
485)Uncovering Difference : Encoded Homoerotic Anxiety within the Christian Eremitic Tradition in Medieval England 
Michelle M. Sauer  
Journal of the History of Sexuality, 19.1 (2010) 133-52 Full text 
486)“Not our Olivia” : Lydia Lopokova and Twelfth Night [Shakespeare in stages : new theatre histories] 
Elizabeth Schafer  
in: Shakespeare in stages : new theatre histories, ed. by Christine Dymkowski and Christie Carson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), pp. 144-63.  
487)Lennox & Freda 
Tony Scotland  
(Norwich: Michael Russell, 2010)  
488)Sodomitical Politics : The 1737 Licensing Act and The Vision of the Golden Rump 
Alan Sikes  
in: Theater historiography : critical interventions, ed. by Henry Bial and Scott Magelssen (Ann Arbor (MI): University of Michigan Press, 2010), pp. 88-98.  
489)To his coy master mistress : the pleasures of homoeroticism and (pro)creation in Shakespeare’s Sonnets 
Michele Stanco  
in: Le plaisir au temps de la Renaissance, ed. by Marie Thérèse Jones-Davies, Société internationale de recherches interdisciplinaires sur la renaissance (Turnhout: Brepols, 2010), .  
490)Born brilliant : the life of Kenneth Williams 
Chris Stevens  
(London: John Murray, 2010)  
491)“Friendship So Curst” : Amor Impossibilis, the Homoerotic Lament and the Nature of Lesbian Desire 
Valerie Traub  
in: Lesbian dames : sapphism in the long eighteenth century, ed. by John Beynon and Caroline Gonda (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 9-44.  
492)A Wilde Irish Rebel : Queerness versus nationalism in Irish imaginative presentations of Wilde 
Éibhear Walshe  
Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 36.1 (2010) 45-67  
493)Out of the shadows : how London gay life changed for the better after the Act : a history of the pioneering London gay groups and organisations,… 
Tony Walton  
(London: Bona Street Press, 2010)  
494)Outlaw Motorcyclists They’re Not : A Contrarian Reading of Joseph Losey’s These Are the Damned (1961) and Sidney Furie’s The Leather Boys (1964) 
James J. Ward  
Journal of Popular Culture, 43.2 (2010) 381-407 Full text 
495)A Secret Censorship : The British Home Office v. Town Talk 
Allison L. E. Wee  
in: Victorian secrecy : economies of knowledge and concealment, ed. by Albert D. Pionke and Denise Tischler Millstein (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), pp. 179-92.  
496)Shakespeare, sex, & love 
Stanley W. Wells  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010)  
497)The Journals of Anne Lister 
Helena Whitbread  
in: Counterfeited our names we haue, craftily all thyngs vpright to saue : self-fashioning and self-representation in literature in English, ed. by Liliana Sikorska, Studies in literature in English, 2 (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010), pp. 27-44.  
498)From the files of the DIB : The Diceman 
Lawrence William White  
History Ireland, 18.6 (2010) 66-66  

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