Announcing the launch of a new History of Sexuality blog, Notches, with the widest interest across themes, regions and periods.
Notches was established in order to get people inside and outside the academy thinking about sex and sexualities in the past and in the present. It has a number of regular contributors, who consider the history of sexuality in its broadest sense: the way it is connected to the history of gender, society, politics, economies, and cultures, and the way it informs current issues. It is connected with the Raphael Samuel History Centre, which is devoted to encouraging the widest possible participation in historical research and debate, and the project goal is to create a blog that is accessible, inclusive, relevant, entertaining, and intellectually engaged.
For any questions, or if you’d like to contribute to Notches please feel free to contact Justin Bengry.