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Sexual and Gender Difference in the British Navy, 1690-1900

This volume is a collection of a variety of important records that will give readers insight into key themes into the history of what its criminal code called “the unnatural and detestable sin of buggery”- sex between males - in the Royal Navy. Les mer

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This volume is a collection of a variety of important records that will give readers insight into key themes into the history of what its criminal code called “the unnatural and detestable sin of buggery”- sex between males - in the Royal Navy. The richest sources are transcripts of trials, including ones that erupted into public scandals and ones that provide a vivid window into the sexual cultures of the navy. The book also provides lists of important records in the naval archive and will serve as a guide to finding and interpreting them. This important volume, accompanied by extensive editorial commentary, opens up this history and archive to researchers, teachers, and students studying queer history, the history of gender and sexuality, and naval and maritime history.

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Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
410
ISBN
9781032409900
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 16 cm

Om forfatteren

Seth LeJacq is a Lecturing Fellow at Duke University, USA. He has published extensively on the Royal Navy’s efforts to suppress sex between males and undertakes public engagement related to this history.

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