Thursday, 18 June 2020

1884 Rhifyn / Issue 1, Mai / May 2020, € 10 (+PP)

Issue 1/2: articles published in May 2020 in 1884.


Language: English, Cymraeg
ISBN: 978-3-752950-90-8
Format: DIN A4
Pages: 42
Publication Date: 

1884 is the academic journal of the School of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences at Prifysgol Bangor University. Its second issue focuses on LGBTQ+ issues.

Contents:

Tom Wilkinson-Gamble & Molly Southward, Croeso / Welcome (iii).
Daryl Leeworthy, A Little Gay History of Bangor (75).
Audrey Thorstad, Queering the Tudor Hunt (76-78).
Teresa Crew & ‘Guinevere’, LGBTQ+ in Gypsy, Roma, Traveller communities (79-80).
Tadgh Crozier, Drug F***ed: Chemsex in the LGBT community in Wales (81-84).
Lydia Carter, Bisexual Erasure… Even From Those Within the LGBTQ+ Community (85-86).
Tony Claydon, Homosexuality and Britain’s Stuart Monarchs, 1603-1714 (87-88).
Dylan Hussey, Sexuality in the Medieval Period: The Mystery of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd (89-90).
Anonymous, A Brief History of the LGBT Community in Wales (91-92).
Jacob Charnley, Gods of the past (93-96).
Megan Robertson, Is wearing ‘Black Hairstyles’ truly Cultural Appropriation? (97-99).
Tom Wilkinson-Gamble, Drowning Little Girls. A History of Female Infanticide in China (100-101).
Anonymous, A Letter to Women Kind (102-103).
Leah Jepson, Margaret Beaufort. A Female Force to be Reckoned With (104-106).
Mari Elin Wiliam, Pendroni… Rhywedd a’r Troubles yng Ngogledd Iwerddon (107-110).
Tom Wilkinson-Gamble, The Golden Lotus. A History of Foot Binding in China (111).
Molly Southward, Anne Lister. The Real Gentlemen Jack (112-114).

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