Paper presented at the William Sibley Memorial Symposium, International House, The University of Chicago, May 8, 2010. Transgressing the Boundaries of Holiness: Sexual Deviance in the Early Medieval Penitential Handbooks of Ireland, England and France 500-1000.
Directions in gender research in American Indian societies: Two spirits and other categories.
Negative Attitudes Toward “Molly” Subculture in Eighteenth Century London: An Analysis of Textual Agencies Regarding the Emerging Gay Community. Effecting science, affecting medicine: homosexuality, the Kinsey reports, and the contested boundaries of psychopathology in the United States, 1948-1965.
Paper presented at: (1) the Mid-America Humanities Conference in Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, March 9-10, 2012; and (2) the Social History Society Annual Conference at the University of Brighton, in Brighton, England, UK, April 3-5, 2012.
De L’homme-femme à l’homophobie: étude de l’inversion dans Sodome et Gomorrhe de Marcel Proust. (notes from an investigation, or an archeology of tactics). An Investigation into the Relationship Between Gay Activism and the Establishment of a Gay Community in Birmingham, 1967-97. Imagined Masculinities: Male Identity and Culture in the Modern Middle East, pp. Americana: The journal of American Popular culture (1900 to present), 5(1).
Civil disobedience by the gay and lesbian movements: fashion, media, glamor? John Wayne and the Queer Frontier: Deconstructions of the Classic Cowboy Narrative during the Vietnam War.
In: The West and Beyond: New Perspectives on an Imagined Region - 2010 - edited by Alvin Finkel, Sarah Carter, and Peter Fortna (Google Books), pp. Working Paper Series Number 12, The Canadian Centre for German and European Studies/Le Centre canadien d’études allemandes et européennes.
Mémoire présenté pour l’obtention du grade de licencié en langues et littératures romanes, sous la direction de M. Paper presented at the second Australian Homosexual Histories conference, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 19 November. Master's Dissertation, Department of Modern History, University of Birmingham. A Queer-eye view of the prairies: reorienting Western Canadian histories. Homosexuals in Austria: Nazi persecution and the long struggle for rehabilitation.
“La Escondida Senda”: Homosexuality in Spanish History and Culture.
Ancestors of Two-Spirits: Representations Of Native American Third-Gender Males In Historical Documentation: A Critical Discourse Analysis in Anthropology.