Refereed Journal Articles
Robert Lord, a pioneering gay playwright with a witty and sardonic style, lived in both New Zealand and New York during the 1970s and 1980s. These diaries tell of his complex expatriate life, his friends, and his work.
Robert Lord Diaries
James Courage, author of A Way of Love, is one of New Zealand's most overlooked gay writers but he was one of our best.
James Courage's Diaries
Queer lives give rise to a vast array of objects: the things we fill our houses with, the commodities we consume at work and at play, the clothes and accessories we wear, as well as the analogue and digital technologies we use to communicate with one another.
From the 'masher', 'dude' and 'dudine' to the 'flapper', 'bodgie' and 'widgie', this cultural history project investigates the changing nature of New Zealanders' 'transition to adulthood' between 1800 and the mid-twentieth century.
This book introduces sociological concepts and methods before investigating key areas of sociology through the New Zealand experience.
Southern Men documents men's lives, travels, friendships and leisure in the years before gay liberation, showing men at war, at home and at the beach.
What does it mean for two men to be together? Two-by-two showcases 100 photos taken between 1880 and 1960, in which pairs of New Zealand men share their lives at leisure, at work and at home.
Small-town Wairarapa in the 1880s might be the last place you'd expect to find a hotbed of manly affection, but through the lens of gay photographer Robert Gant, Chris Brickell delves into the intimacy that existed in this unlikely locale
A landmark publication, this first-ever New Zealand gay male history combines lively and engaging scholarship with a remarkable collection of images.
Mates and Lovers