The Kewpie collection comprises 600 photographs depicting the lives of self-described ‘moffies’ in Cape Town’s District Six between 1950 and the 1970s and provides a record of a community that was scattered following the demolition of District Six.
How have physical and mediated movements of LGBTQ subjects between London and the North-East has evolved since the 1980s?
This paper will explore the role of gay tourism in the 1970s, focusing on the “discovery” of destinations such as the Philippines, facilitated by an era of cheaper air travel.
The local and the ordinary will be reconstructed in order to challenge the ways in which Turing’s exceptionalism has been used in the telling of a particular kind of story about judicial savagery in the 1950s.
Bristol Ourstories has found that confidentiality is always as issue in local history, as is representation of trans people, bisexuals and the BME community.
Working from the personal papers of two queer women, Rottman sketches two different efforts to make a queer home, paying particular attention to the intersections of gender and class inscribed in their archival materials.
Scotland was first in the UK to repeal Section 28 (Section 2A), and many migrants who have made it their home have taken a very active part in shaping political and social change.
What do Brighton’s Section 28 demonstrations reveal about the relationship between politics and pleasure when it comes to queer resistance.
Queer Lives Past and Present brings together scholars working on diverse aspects of the LGBT and queer past to discuss how the legal affected, and continues to affect, everyday queer lives.
How do queer and trans truckers use the independence and motion the job provides to escape some of the social constraints placed on them by an often hostile world?