Katherine O’Donnell and Michael O’Rourke.) - - Queer Masculinities, 1550-1800: Siting Same-Sex Desire in the Early Modern World - 2006 - edited by Katherine O'Donnell, Michael O'Rourke.
(To be published in Siting Queer Masculinities, 1550-1800, ed. Published without the title as the Introduction to Spanish Writers on Gay and Lesbian Themes. David William Foster (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1999), pp.
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: Gothic Realities: The Impact of Horror Fiction on Modern Culture - 2010 - by L. Master's Dissertation, Faculteit der Letteren, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
Pathological Reproduction: The Emergence of Homosexuality through Nineteenth-Century Gothic Fictions. (Un)Natural Love: Homosexuality in Late Medieval English Literature: Langland, Chaucer, Gower, and the Gawain Poet. Queer diagnoses: parallels and contrasts in the history of homosexuality, gender variance, and the diagnostic and statistical manual.
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.
“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.