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Women’s domesticity and the reinforcement of masculinity: a spatial gendered analysis of the Sino-Western relationship in Canton during Qing dynasty

by Andrea Zuliani (he/they) Why are women and their positionality/absence in society essential in history? And why particularly in the history of Sino-Western interactions?  The history of the Sino-Western commerce in China is characterised not only by the exchange of goods, but also by its… Read More »Women’s domesticity and the reinforcement of masculinity: a spatial gendered analysis of the Sino-Western relationship in Canton during Qing dynasty

Solidarity and Isolation in 1980s Britain to now – The Bradford Lesbian Line

Throughout LGBTQ+ history there has been a long-standing reliance on physical social spaces within the queer community (Anderson, Austin and Knee, 2020). Whether this is in queer support groups, Pride marches or socialising in queer clubs and bars, accessing these spaces allows us to feel… Read More »Solidarity and Isolation in 1980s Britain to now – The Bradford Lesbian Line

Through A Glass Queerly

A research piece titled ‘Through A Glass Queerly: Recouping LGBT+ Heritage from the Archives’ written by Victoria Yates with Dr. James Hopkins and Dr. Megan Todd.