Klicktipp: NOTCHES: (Re)Marks on the History of Sexuality (Weblog)

NOTCHES: (Re)Marks on the history of sexuality (Web)

NOTCHES is a open-access, peer-reviewed, collaborative and international weblog, sponsored by the Raphael Samuel History Centre in London. The postis are sorted by different categories. In addition to a geographical assignment or a time period, there are content categories. These are – among others – the following:

Feminism (Web)

  • including: Beyond the Binary: Science, History, and the Radical Possibilities of Sex and Gender / Sisterhood and Unity: Lesbian Activism in the (Post-)Yugoslav Space

Women’s Sexuality (Web)

  • including: Rethinking Early Modern Women’s Masturbation / Naming & Shaming Women: Reporting on VD Trials During WWI

Masculinity (Web)

  • including: Raúl Luis Suarez’s Smile and The Ruthless Archive / “Men Working Together!”: The Queer Masculinity of World War Two Propaganda


  • including: Troubling Terms: The Label Problem in Transgender History / The Shapes of Fancy: Reading for Queer Desire in Early Modern Literature

Homosexuality (Web)

  • including: German, Jew, Muslim, Gay: The Life and Times of Hugo Marcus / The Ambivalence of Gay Liberation: Male Homosexual Politics in 1970s West Germany

18th Century (Web)

  • including: The Queer Case of Catherine/Giovanni Vizzani / The Closet: The Eighteenth-Century Architecture of Intimacy

Archives (Web)

  • including: Collecting Riot Grrrl: Sexual Awakening in NYU’s Punk Archive / Out of the Closet, Into the Archives: Researching Sexual Histories