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Journal of the History of Sexuality 14.4 (2005) 493-494

Journal of the History of Sexuality, Volume 14, Numbers 1-4 (2005)


Introduction: Theory, Methods, Praxis: The History of Sexuality and the Question of Evidence 1–9
Julian Carter
Without a Trace: Sexuality and the Colonial Archive 10–27
Anjali Arondekar
Where in the World Are the Lesbians? 28–50
Linda Garber
The Archival Traces of Desire: Vernon Lee's Failed Sexuality and the Interpretation of Letters in Lesbian History 51–75
Sally Newman
Feminine Masculinities: Scientific and Literary Representations of "Female Inversion" at the Turn of the Twentieth Century 76–106
Claudia Breger
On Mother-Love: History, Queer Theory, and Nonlesbian Identity 107–138
Julian Carter
Twilight Moments 139–160
Anna Clark
What's Law Got to Do with It? Legal Records and Sexual Histories 161–185
Stephen Robertson
Remembering Foucault 186–201
Jeffrey Weeks
Savages in the Scottish Enlightenment's History of Desire 237–265
Pat Moloney
Nationalizing Sexuality: Sexual Stereotypes in the Habsburg Empire 266–290
Alexander Maxwell [End Page 493]
Heterogeneous Imperialism and the Regulation of Sexuality in British West Africa 291–315
Richard Phillips
Sexuality and Gender in Hirschfeld's Die Transvestiten: A Case of the "Elusive Evidence of the Ordinary" 316–332
Darryl B. Hill
The Queer Life and Afterlife of Roger Casement 363–382
Brian Lewis
Embodying Delinquency: Boys' Bodies, Sexuality, and Juvenile Justice History in Early-Twentieth-Century Quebec 383–414
Tamara Myers
"Your body is yours": Anarchism, Birth Control, and Eugenicsin Interwar France 415–432
Richard Sonn
Sexualizing Youth: Morality Campaigns and Representations of Youth in Early 1960s Buenos Aires 433–461
Valeria Manzano


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