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CURRICULUM VITAE


Randolph Trumbach


ADDRESS:


Department of History 175 West 12th Street

Baruch College Apartment 11B

City University of New York New York, NY 10011

One Bernard Baruch Way (212) 989-2856

New York, NY 10010

(646) 312-4314 (Voice Mail); (646) 312-4310 (Secretary)

E-mail: Randolph.Trumbach@baruch.cuny.edu

Fax: (646) 312-4311


EDUCATION:


Ph.D. The Johns Hopkins University 1972

M.A. Johns Hopkins 1966

B.A. University of New Orleans 1964


FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS AND AWARDS:


Fellowship Leave, Baruch College, City University of New York, Spring 1988, February 2008-January 2009

Baruch College Presidential Excellence Awards for Distinguished Scholarship, 1979, 1999

Columbia University Seminars, Schoff Trust Fund Publications Award, 1993

City University of New York, Faculty Research Awards, 1973 75, 1977 78, 1978 79, 1979 80, 1985 86

Baruch College, Scholar Assistance Program, 1984, 1985

National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend, 1979

Newberry Library Grant in Aid, 1972

University of Chicago, Internship in Western Civilization, 1969 71

Johns Hopkins University Fellowships, 1964 69

Woodrow Wilson Fellowships, 1964 65, 1967 68


TEACHING APPOINTMENTS:


Baruch College and the Graduate School

City University of New York

Professor of History, 1985 Baruch, 1995 Graduate School

Associate Professor of History, 1979 1984

Assistant Professor of History, 1973 1978

(Tenured, September 1978)

University of Amsterdam, Visiting Professor, Summer, 1993

Columbia University, Adjunct Professor, Summer, 1991

University of Chicago, Intern, 1969 1971

Johns Hopkins University, Junior Instructor, 1966 1967

University of New Orleans, Lecturer, Summer, 1966

PRINCIPAL PUBLICATIONS:


1. BOOKS


(1) The Rise of the Egalitarian Family: Aristocratic Kinship

(2) and Domestic Relations in Eighteenth Century England (New York and London: Academic Press, 1978). xx +324 pp. Studies in Social Discontinuity, ed. Charles Tilly and Edward Shorter. Translated by Davide Panzieri as, La Nascita della famiglia egualitaria, Lignaggio e famiglia nell' aristocrazia del '700 inglese (Bologna: il Mulino, 1982). 455 pp.


(3) Sex and the Gender Revolution: Volume One. Heterosexuality and the Third Gender in Enlightenment London. (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1998.) Chicago Series on Sexuality, History and Society, ed. John C. Fout. xviii + 509 pp; pp. 3-22, 431-4 reprinted in Sexualities and Society: A Reader, ed. Jeffrey Weeks, Janet Holland and Matthew Waites (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2003), pp. 14-21.


(4) A Gay History of Britain: Love and Sex Between Men Since the Middle Ages, Matt Cook, Robert Mills, Randolph Trumbach and H.G. Cocks (Oxford: Greenwood World Publishing, 2007). xiv +256 pp.


(5) Sex and the Gender Revolution: Volume Two. The Origins of Modern Homosexuality. (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, forthcoming.) Chicago Series on Sexuality, History and Society, ed. John C. Fout.


2. ESSAYS IN BOOKS AND JOURNALS


(1) "London's Sodomites: Homosexual Behavior and Western Culture in the Eighteenth Century," Journal of Social History, 11 (1977): 1 33.


(2) "Kinship and Marriage in Early Modern France and

England: Four Books," Annals of Scholarship, 2 (1981): 113 128.


(3) "Sodomitical Subcultures, Sodomitical Roles, and the Gender

(4) Revolution of the 18th Century: the Recent Historiography,"

(5) Eighteenth Century Life, 9 (1985): 109 121; reprinted in R. P. Maccubbin, ed., 'Tis Nature's Fault. Unauthorized Sexuality during the Enlightenment (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987), pp. 109 121; reprinted in Wayne Dynes and Stephen Donaldson, eds., History of Homosexuality in Europe and America (New York: Garland Publishing, 1992).


(6) "Modern Prostitution and Gender in Fanny Hill: Libertine and Domesticated Fantasy," Sexual Underworlds of the Enlightenment, ed., G. S. Rousseau and Roy Porter (Manchester: Manchester University Press, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1987), pp. 69 85.


(7) "Sodomitical Assaults, Gender Role, and Sexual Development

(8) in 18th Century London," Journal of Homosexuality, 16 (1988), and in The Pursuit of Sodomy: Male Homosexuality in Renaissance and Enlightenment Europe, ed., Kent Gerard and Gert Hekma (New York: Haworth Press, 1988), pp. 407 429.


(9) "Gender and the Homosexual Role in Modern Western Culture: The 18th and 19th Centuries Compared," in Dennis Altman, et al., Homosexuality, Which Homosexuality, (Amsterdam: An Dekker), Which Homosexuality? (London: GMP Publishers, 1989), pp. 149 169.


(10) "The Birth of the Queen: Sodomy and the Emergence of Gender

(11) Equality in Modern Culture, 1660 1750," Hidden from History: Reclaiming the Gay and Lesbian Past, ed., Martin Duberman, Martha Vicinus, George Chauncey, Jr. (New York: New American Library, 1989), pp. 129 140, 509 511; reprinted in Robert Shoemaker and Mary Vincent, eds., Gender and History in Western Europe (London: Arnold; New York: Oxford University Press, 1998), pp. 161-73.


(12) "Sodomy Transformed: Aristocratic Libertinage, Public

(13) Reputation and the Gender Revolution of the 18th Century," Journal of Homosexuality, 19 (1990): 105-124, and in Love Letters between a certain late nobleman and the famous Mr. Wilson, ed. Michael S. Kimmel (New York and London: Harrington Park Press, 1990).


(14) "London's Sapphists: From Three Sexes to Four Genders

(15) in the Making of Modern Culture," Body Guards: The Cultural Politics of Gender Ambiguity, ed. Julia Epstein and Kristina Straub (London and New York: Routledge, 1991), pp. 112-141; revised version in Third Sex/Third Gender: Beyond Sexual Dimorphism in Culture and History, ed. Gilbert Herdt (New York: Zone Books, 1994), pp. 111 136, 518-528.


(16) "Is There a Modern Sexual Culture in the West: or Did England Never Change between 1500 and 1900," Journal of the History of Sexuality, 1 (1991): 296-309.


(17) "Sex, Gender and Sexual Identity in Modern Culture: Male

(18) Sodomy and Female Prostitution in Enlightenment London," Journal of the History of Sexuality, 2 (1991): 186-203, and in Forbidden History: The State, Society and the Regulation of Sexuality in Modern Europe, ed. John C. Fout (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992), pp. 89-106.


(19) "Erotic Fantasy and Male Libertinism in Enlightenment England," The Invention of Pornography: Obscenity and the Origins of Modernity, 1500-1800, ed. Lynn Hunt (New York: Zone Books, 1993), pp. 253-282, 381-390.


(20) "The Origins and Development of the Modern Lesbian Role in the Western Gender System: Northwestern Europe and the United States, 1750-1990," Historical Reflections/ Réflexions Historiques, 20 (1994): 287-320.


(21) "Are Modern Western Lesbian Women and Gay Men a Third Gender?," A Queer World: The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader, ed. Martin Duberman (New York: New York University Press, 1997), pp. 87-99.


  1. "London," Queer Sites: Gay Urban Histories Since 1600, ed. David Higgs (New York and London: Routledge, 1999), pp. 89-111.




  1. “The Heterosexual Male in Eighteenth-Century London and his Queer Interactions,” Love, Sex, Intimacy and Friendship between Men, 1550-1800, ed. Katherine O’Donnell and Michael O’Rourke (London: Palgrave/MacMillan 2003), pp. 99-127.




  1. “Blackmail for Sodomy in 18th-Century London,” Historical Reflections/ Réflexions Historiques, 33.1 (2007): 23-39.




  1. “Renaissance Sodomy, 1500-1700,” A Gay History of Britain: Love and Sex Between Men Since the Middle Ages, Matt Cook, Robert Mills, Randolph Trumbach and H.G. Cocks (Oxford: Greenwood World Publishing, 2007), chap. 2, pp. 45-75, 227-230.




  1. “Modern Sodomy: The Origins of Homosexuality, 1700-1800,” A Gay History of Britain: Love and Sex Between Men Since the Middle Ages, Matt Cook, Robert Mills, Randolph Trumbach and H.G. Cocks (Oxford: Greenwood World Publishing, 2007), chap. 3, pp. 77-105, 230-233.



3. EDITORSHIP


Marriage, Sex and the Family in England, 1660 1800. A reprint facsimile series of 65 eighteenth-century works published in 44 volumes (New York: Garland Publishing, 1984 1986).


4. MISCELLANEA (Encyclopedia Entries, Interviews, Affidavits, Note)


(1) "England. [The History of Homosexual Behavior, 1066 1988]," The Encyclopedia of Homosexuality, ed., Wayne Dynes (New York: Garland Publishing, 1990), 2 vols., I, 354-358.


(2) "The Condom in Modern and Postmodern Culture," Journal of the History of Sexuality, 2 (1991): 95-98.



  1. "Homosexuality," A Dictionary of Eighteenth Century World History, ed. Jeremy Black and Roy Porter (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1994) and in The Penguin Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century History, ed. Black and Porter (London and New York: Penguin, 1996), pp. 331-2.




  1. “Scapegoats. 3. Homosexuals” (26, 27 November 1994: BBC Radio 4: Forsyth Productions).


(5) "Die Entstehung der Homo- und der Heterosexuellen" im Gespräch mit Gert Hekma und Harry Oosterhuis, Österreichische Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaften, 9 (1998): 425-36.


(6) "Homosexuality and Lesbianism," Encyclopedia of European Social History from 1350 to 2000, ed. Peter N. Stearns, et al. (New York: Charles Scribners' Sons, 2001), 6 Vols., IV, 311-24.


(7) Expert affadivits on the history of marriage and sexuality in the case of Hedy Halpeon and Coleen Rogers, et al. vs. the Attorney General of Canada et al., for the plaintiffs' attorneys Epstein, Cole, Toronto (Ontario, Canada, Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court, 2000-2001). (See also Emily Eakin, "Did Cradles Always Rock? Or Did Mom Once Not Care," New York Times [30 June 2001], B7, 9.)


(8) “Welcome to the Molly-House: An Interview with Randolph Trumbach” by Amanda Bailey, Cabinet: a Quarterly Magazine of Art and Culture, Issue 8 (Fall 2002): 34-37.


5. BOOK REVIEWS


(1) Review of R. H. Hilton, The English Peasantry in the Later Middle Ages (1975), in Science and Society, 40 (1976): 382 384.


(2) Review of James Wyckoff, Franz Anton Mesmer: Between God and Devil, (1975) in The Eighteenth Century. A Current Bibliography, n.s. 1 (1978): 157 158.


(3) "Europe and Its Families: a Review Essay of Lawrence Stone, The Family, Sex and Marriage in England 1500 1800," Journal of Social History, 13 (1979): 136 143.


(4) Review of Rene Pillorget, La tige et le rameau: Familles anglaise et francaise, XVIe XVIIIe (1979), in American Historical Review, 85 (1980): 617.


(5) Review of G. R. Quaife, Wanton Wenches and Wayward Wives. Peasants and Illicit Sex in Early 17th Century England, (1979) in Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 11 (1981): 532 535.


(6) Review of J. E. Bristow, Vice and Vigilance. Purity Movements in Britain Since 1700, (1977) in The Eighteenth Century. A Current Bibliography, n.s. 5 (1983): 32 33.


(7) Review of Guido Ruggiero, The Boundaries of Eros: Sex Crime and Sexuality in Renaissance Venice, (1985) in Journal of Homosexuality, 16 (1988): 506 510.


(8) Review of Kristina Straub, Sexual Suspects: Eighteenth-Century Players and Sexual Ideology (1992), in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 26 (1992-1993): 342-346.


(9) Review of Kevin Porter and Jeffrey Weeks, eds., Between the Acts: Lives of Homosexual Men 1885-1967 (1991); Stephen Jeffrey-Poulter, Peers, Queers, and Commons: The Struggle for Gay Law Reform from 1950 to the Present (1991); David William Foster, Gay and Lesbian Themes in Latin American Writing (1991), in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 19 (1994): 843-846.


(10) Review of Eileen Spring, Law, Land & Family: Aristocratic Inheritance in England, 1300 to 1800 (1993), in Albion, 26 (1994): 513-514.


(11) Review of Lawrence Stone, Broken Lives: Separation and Divorce in England 1660-1857 (1993), in American Historical Review, 99 (1994): 1687-8.


(12) Review of G. J. Barker-Benfield, The Culture of Sensibility: Sex and Society in Eighteenth-Century Britain (1992), in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 28 (1994 5): 275-6.


(13) Review of N. A. M. Rodger, The Insatiable Earl: A Life of John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich (1994), in The Historian, 57 (1995): 645-646.


(14) Review of Rictor Norton, Mothers Clap's Molly House: The Gay Subculture in England 1700-1830 (1992), in Journal of the History of Sexuality, 5 (1995): 637-640.


(15) Review of John Boswell, Same-Sex Unions in Premodern Europe (1994), in Journal of Homosexuality, 30, no. 2 (1995): 111-117.


(16) "The Third Gender in Twentieth-Century America: a review of George Chauncey, Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture and the Making of the Gay Male World 1890-1940," Journal of Social History, 30 (1996): 497-501.


(17) Review of Robert B. Shoemaker, Gender in English Society, 1650-1850: The Emergence of Separate Spheres? (1998), in Albion, 31 (1999): 650-52.


  1. Review of Allen J. Frantzen, Before the Closet: Same-Sex Love from "Beowulf" to "Angels in America" (1998), in Albion, 32 (2000): 616-17.




  1. Review of Matthew Houlbrook, Queer London: Perils and Pleasures in the Sexual Metropolis, 1918-1957 (2005), in Men and Masculinities, 9 (2007): 542-545.




  1. Review of Guido Ruggiero, Machiavelli in Love: Sex, Self, and Society in the Italian Renaissance (2007), in American Historical Review, 113 (2008): 936-937.


(21) Review of Tim Harris, Restoration: Charles II and his

Kingdoms, 1660 – 1685 (2005), and Tim Harris, Revolution: the Great Crisis of the Birtish Monarchy, 1685-1720 (2006), in The Scriblerian, 41.1 (2008): 86-88.


CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS:


1977 (1) "The Sexual Boundaries of the Self: Taboo, Social Structure, and Individual Development in 18th Century England," (Northeast American Society for 18th Century Studies), University of Rochester, 14 October 1977.


1978 (2) Seminar: "Class, Community and Homosexual Behavior" (Conference on Constructing a History of Power and Sexuality), New York University, 1 April 1978.


(3) Seminar Commentator with Lawrence Stone responding on The Family, Sex and Marriage in England 1500 1800 (Atlantic History Seminar), The Johns Hopkins University, 18 April 1978.


(4) "Libertines, Whores and Sodomites in 18th Century London" (American Society for 18th Century Studies), University of Chicago, Drake Hotel, 22 April 1978.


1979 (5) "The Origins of the Egalitarian Family," with Lawrence Stone responding (American Society for 18th Century Studies), Atlanta, 21 April 1979.


(6) "Writing the History of Sexuality: The Case of 18th Century England," Syracuse University, 25 April 1979.


(7) "Whores and Bastards: Women and Illicit Sex in 18th Century London" (Northeast American Society for 18th Century Studies), University of Toronto, 14 October 1979.


(8) "Methodological Observations on Stone's Family, Sex and Marriage," with Lawrence Stone responding (Social Science History Association), Cambridge, Massachusetts, 3 November 1979.


1980 (9) Seminar: "The Family in Early Modern Europe," Temple University, 19 February 1980.


(10) The Rise of the Egalitarian Family, a summary (Max Planck Institut fur Geschichte, University of Gottingen and Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, University of Paris), History and Anthropology Roundtable II, Paris, June 11 14, 1980.


(11) Commentator, Panel: "Marriage in the Nineteenth Century" (Mid Atlantic Conference on British Studies), New York, 25 October 1980.


(12) Commentator, Panel: "Sexual Deviance in Historical and Cross Cultural Perspective" (Social Science History Association), Rochester, 8 November 1980.


1981 (13) Commentator, Panel: "Domestic Violence in the United States: Issues and Perspectives" (Berkshire Conference), Vassar College, June 1981.


1983 (14) Commentator, Panel: "Sex, Power and Popular Religion in Georgian England" (American Historical Association), San Francisco, 28 December 1983.


1984 (15) "Sodomy in the Eighteenth Century: the Historiographical Discussion" (American Society for 18th Century Studies), Boston, 27 April 1984.


(16) "The Sexual Subcultures of Eighteenth Century London"

(17) (Symposium on Sex in the 18th Century, Association for 18th Century Studies, McMaster University), Hamilton, 4 October 1984; (Department of History, McGill University), Montreal, 23 November 1984.


(18) Chair and Commentator, Panel: "New Approaches to British History" (New York State Association of European Historians), Cortland, 12 October 1984.


(19) "Sodomitical Roles, Sodomitical Subcultures, and the Gender Revolution of the 18th Century" (Committee on Lesbian and Gay History, American Historical Association), Chicago, 28 December 1984.


1985 (20) "Fact and Fiction in Fanny Hill" (American Society for 18th Century Studies), University of Toronto, April 1985.


1986 (21) "Sodomitical Assaults, Gender Roles, and Individual Development in 18th Century London" (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences) Orlando, 20 March 1986.


(22) Chair and Commentator, Panel: "Single People and Alternative Sexuality from the Pre Industrial to the Industrial City" (Social Science History Association), St. Louis, 17 October 1986.


1987 (23) "Gender and the Homosexual Role in Modern Western Culture: the 18th and the 19th Centuries Compared" (Public Lecture, Homosexuality, Which Homosexuality, International Scientific Conference on Gay and Lesbian Studies, 15 18 December, Free University), Amsterdam, 18 December 1987.


(24) Commentator, Panel: "Homosexuality: the Primitive and the Modern in 19th and 20th Century Europe" (American Historical Association), Washington, D.C., 30 December 1987.


1988 (25) "The Birth of the Queen: Sodomy and the Emergence of Gender Equality in Modern Culture, 1660 1750" (Special Lecture, Western Society for 18th Century Studies), California State University, Long Beach, 13 February 1988.


1989 (26) "Heterosexuality Was a Male Condition: Sex, Gender

(27) and Sexual Relations between Women in Eighteenth- Century London" (Special Panel, Western Society for 18th Century Studies), University of California, Berkeley, 18 February, 1989; (Committee on Lesbian and Gay Studies, Colloquium, City University of New York, Graduate Center), New York, 17 October 1989.


(28) Chair and Commentator, Panel: "Society and the Visual Arts in Britain, 1700 1900" (Middle Atlantic Conference on British Studies), Yale University, 14 October 1989.


(29) "Gender and the Homosexual Role: Europe before and after 1700" (American Anthropological Association), Washington, D.C., 16 November, 1989.


(30) Commentator, Panel: "Marital Discord and Power in the Early Modern Elite English Family" (American Historical Association), San Francisco, 29 December 1989.


1990 (31) "Prostitution, Venereal Disease and the Structure of Society in 18th Century London" (Columbia University Seminar on 18th Century European Culture), Columbia University, 15 February 1990.


(32) Commentator, Panel: "Vice and Aristocratic Women in Late Eighteenth Century England" (Berkshire Conference of Women's History), Douglass College, 10 June 1990.


(33) "Sex, Gender and Identity in Modern Culture: Male Sodomy and Female Prostitution in 18th Century London" (International Committee on Historical Demography, 17th Congress of the International Committee of Historical Sciences), Madrid, 31 August 1990.


1991 (34) "The Rituals of Libertinism among Gentlemen in 18th-Century London" (American Society for 18th-Century Studies), University of Pittsburgh, 12 April 1991.


(35) "Male Sodomites, Female Prostitutes and the Modern Western Gender System" (Columbia University Seminar on Homosexualities), Columbia University, 5 September 1991.


(36) "Erotic Fantasy and Libertine Religion in 18th-Century England" (Conference on the Invention of Pornography), University of Pennsylvania, 4-5 October 1991.


(37) "The Origins of the Modern Lesbian Role in the Late Eighteenth Century" (Conference on Gay and Lesbian Studies), Rutgers University, 2 November 1991.


(38) "The Rituals of Sexual Alienation: Sodomites and Libertines in 18th-Century London" (Alienation: Crossing the Boundaries of Gender and Culture), Bay Area 18th-Century Studies Group, University of California, Berkeley, 8-10 November 1991.


(39) Chair and Organizer: "The Brain and Homosexuality: A Symposium," with Simon LeVay and comments by Dorothy Nelkin, Jennifer Terry, Diana Long, David McBride, William Byne, Richard C. Friedman, and Carole S. Vance (Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies), Graduate Center, City University of New York, 9 December 1991.


(40) "The Nightwalker Reformed, 1690-1730: men arrested


(41) with prostitutes in London"; Roundtable on G. S. Rousseau's Perilous Enlightenment (Modern Language Association), San Francisco, 30 December 1991.


1992 (42) "Patterns of Adultery in 18th-Century London" (The History of Marriage and the Family in Western Society: An International Conference), Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, 13-16 May 1992.


(43) Participant, Stonewall Memorial Exhibition Planning Conference (Brooklyn Historical Society, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, CUNY, Museum of the City of New York, New York Historical Society, New York Public Library), Graduate Center, City University of New York, 11-12 September 1992.


(44) "Was there a Poor Man's Libertinism? London in the

(45) 1720's"; Chair and Commentator, Panel: "Masculinity, Power and Civility in 18th-Century France and England" (Northeast American Society for 18th-Century Studies), SUNY at Stony Brook, 16-18 October 1992.


(46) Chair, Panel: "Gay and Lesbian Studies in Other Disciplines" (Committee on Lesbian and Gay History, American Historical Association), Washington, D.C., 29 December 1992.


1993 (47) "Ritualizing Sexual Behavior: from Eighteenth

(48) Century Libertinism to Modern S/M" (Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, Wednesday Evening Colloquium series), City University of New York, Graduate Center, 17 March 1993; (Public Lecture Series, Lesbian and Gay Sexualities in Praxis), University of Amsterdam, 8 June 1993.


(49) Roundtable with Eva Canterella on her Bisexuality in the Ancient World (Italian Cultural Institute), New York City, 14 April 1993.


(50) "Did the Eighteenth Century Invent Homosexuality and Heterosexuality?" (Research Fund for Lesbian and Gay Studies), Yale University, 20 April 1993.


(51) "Equality and Individualism, Sexuality and the Family in Modern Western Culture" (Department of History, University of Limburg), Maastricht, 17 June 1993.


(52) Chair, Panel: "Spaces of Leisure; Prostitution; City Sex" (Conference on Geographies of Desire), SISWO: The Netherlands' Universities Institute for the Coordination of Research in the Social Sciences, Amsterdam, 18-19 June 1993.


(53) "Sexual Blackmail in 18th-Century London" (Northeast American Society for 18th-Century Studies), Yale University, 2 October 1993.


(54) Organizer, Conference: "At the Frontier: Homosexual-

(55) ity and the Social Sciences;" with four panels, twenty-two participants, over two days, funded by the New York Council on the Humanities; "Modern Western Lesbian Women and Gay Men--Are They a Third Gender?" (Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies), City University of New York, Graduate Center, 2-3 December 1993.


1994 (56) Chair and Commentator, Panel: "Violent Beginnings,

(57) Violent Ends: Relationships in Adversity in 18th- and 19th-Century Europe," 13 May 1994; Organizer and Panelist, Roundtable: "Gender and Biology: Effeminacy and Sexual Relations among Western Males" (Second Carleton Conference on the History of the Family), Ottawa, 14 May 1994.


(58) Round Table: "Same-Sex Sexuality in the Eighteenth Century" (Northeast American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies), Fordham University, 9 October 1994.


(59) Chair, Panel: "New Models of Homosexuality: The Fin-de-Siecle to WW II" (Homosexuality in Modern France), Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, City University of New York, Graduate Center, New York, 11 November 1994.


1995 (60) "Sexual Blackmail in 18th-Century London" (Center

(61) for Literary and Cultural Studies), Harvard University, 11 May 1995; (Queer October), The Johns Hopkins University, 21 October 1995.


(62) "The Adulterous Wife in Eighteenth-Century London";

(63) Round Table: "Toward a Contemporary Theory of Gender" (Northeast American Society for 18th-Century Studies), University of Ottawa, 8-9 September 1995.


(64) Research Workshop, with Gilbert Herdt: "Third Sex, Third Gender: New Perspectives from Anthropology and History" (International Academy of Sex Research), Provincetown, Mass., 23 September 1995.


(65) Chair and Panelist: "Classic Debates in Lesbian and Gay History: Gender and the Homosexual Role" (Lesbian and Gay History: Defining a Field), Ph.D. Program in History, The City University of New York, 7 October 1995.


1996 (66) Chair and Commentator, Panel: "Passionate Masculinity in the 18th-Century Dutch Republic" (American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies), Austin, Texas, 28 March 1996.


(67) "Sexual Defamation in Eighteenth-Century London" (Seminar on Legal and Political Thought and Institutions), Columbia University, 18 April 1996.


(68) Commentator, Panel: "Homosexuality, Cross-Dressing, and Eccleciastical Camp: Legal and Religious Discourses in the Construction of Homosexuality" (North American Conference on British Studies), Chicago, 19 October 1996.


(69) "Rape in Eighteenth-Century London" (Columbia University Seminar on 18th-Century European Culture), Columbia University, 14 November 1996.


1997 (70) "The Roots of Modern Heterosexuality" (CUNY Graduate Center 18th-Century Group), New York, 14 March 1997.


(71) Chair and Commentator, Panel: "Religion, Morality, Sexuality" (Forms of Desire: Seventh Annual Queer Graduate Studies Conference), Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, City University of New York, Graduate Center, 4 April 1997.


(72) Seminar Participant: "Age Structured Homosexual Behavior" (Seminar organized by Gilbert Herdt and Theo Van der Meer), Amsterdam, 17-19 July 1997.


(73) Chair and Commentator, Panel: "Desertion and Adultery" (Northeast American Society for 18th-Century Studies), Boston, 13 December 1997.


1998 (74) "London: The History of Homosexuality Since 1700" (New York City Gay and Lesbian History Seminar), New York City, 25 September 1998.


(75) "Homosexuality and Modernization: Gender Revolutions in World Historical Perspective," Bard College, 6 October 1998.


(76) "Male Heterosexuality and Modern Society: The Case of Eighteenth-Century London" (Columbia University Seminar on 18th-Century European Culture), Columbia University, 3 December 1998.


1999 (77) "Male Heterosexuality and Female Submission in Eighteenth-Century Culture" (Eighteenth-Century Revolutions), City University Graduate School, 16 April 1999.


2000 (78) Roundtable: "Recovering the Gay and Lesbian Past" (Homosexuality in the Eighteenth-Century: Cross-Cultural and Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives), The UCLA Center for 17th and 18th Century Studies and The Clark Library, 3 March 2000.


(79) Chair and Commentator, Panel: "Ideas of Sex and Its Regulation" (International Seminar on the History of the Atlantic World), Harvard University, 9 August 2000.


(80) "The Global History of Modern Homosexuality: Western Models and Local Traditions" (The Future of the Queer Past: A Transnational History Conference), The University of Chicago, 14-17 September 2000.


(81) "Homosexuality and Lesbianism Since the Renaissance" (New York City Gay and Lesbian History Seminar), New York City, 29 September 2000.


(82) "Heterosexuality and Homosexuality: Inventions of the Eighteenth Century" (Scenes of Desire and Exchange: An Interdisciplinary Colloquium in Eighteenth-Century Studies), University of Guelph, 3 November 2000.


(83) "Does All This Add Up to Modern Heterosexality?" (The Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies), New Orleans, 16-19 November 2000.


(84) Panel Discussion: "The Tensions of Interdisciplinar-ity" (Modern Language Association and the American Society for 18th-Century Studies), Washington, D.C., 27-30 December 2000.


2001 (85) Interlocutor, Book Talk by Gregory Pflugfelder on Cartographies of Desire (Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture and the East Asian Institute), Columbia University, 6 February 2001.


(86) Chair, Panel: "Cultures of Investment in Victorian England" (Mid-Atlantic Conference of British Studies), Lubin House of Syracuse University, New York City, 31 March 2001.


(87) Panel Discussion of Amanda Vickery, "'Pray Burn This That No Mortal Eye May See It': The Secrets of Women's Sources" (American Society for 18th-Century Studies/British Society for 18th-Century Studies), New Orleans, 20 April 2001.


(88) Plenary Lecture: "Heterosexuality, Homosexuality and the Production of Modern Western Culture Since 1700" (International Academy of Sex Research), Montreal, 11 July 2001.


(89) "The Heterosexual Man in The Eighteenth Century and his Queer Interactions" (Queer Men: Historicizing Queer Masculinities, 1550-1800), University College, Dublin, 21 July 2001.


(90) "The Survival of Pederasty: Age and Desire in a Gendered System, 1700-2000" (Faculty Seminar in European History), Fordham University, 25 September 2001.


(91) "Sex and the Gender Revolution: A Response to Recent Reviews" (City University of New York 18th-Century Group), City University of New York Graduate Center, 9 November 2001.


(92) Commentator, Panel: "Cross-Cultural Victorianism: Rethinking Masculinity and Femininity in a Global Context" (Northeast Conference on British Studies), Worcester Polytechnic Institute and the American Antiquarian Society, 17 November 2001.


2002 (93) Plenary Lecture: "Love in Modern Culture: Heterosexual and Homosexual, Libertine and Domesticated, Human and Divine" (Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies), City University of New York Graduate Center, 5 April 2002.


  1. Program Committee Chair: “The Enlightenment and

  2. Modernity” with eighty panels and 303 participants; Panel Discussion: “Women Writers Confront Enlightenment” (Northeast American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies), City University of New York Graduate Center, The New York Public Library, and The Morgan Library, 17-19 October 2002.


2003 (96) Chair: Panel “Imperial Informants; Missionaries,

Spies and Company Men, c. 1795-1930” (Mid-Atlantic

Conference on British Studies), Rutgers University, New Brunswick, 22 March 2003.


  1. Roundtable, “Homosexuality in the Eighteenth Century”

(International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies), University of California, Los Angeles, 8 August 2003.

2004 (98) “Sodomy, Attempted Sodomy and Extortion: Sexual Relations between Males and the Male Majority in 18th- Century London” (Tales from the Old Bailey: Writing a New History from Below), De Haviland Campus, University of Hertfordshire, 6 July 2004.


2005 (99) “Heterosexuality and Homosexuality: Social Roles in Modern Western Societies” (Center for Society and Genetics Annual Symposium), University of California at Los Angeles, 30 January 2005.


2007 (100) “Henry VIII and the English Monks: Sodomy, False Gods, and Illicit Wealth” (Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies), Chicago, 24 February 2007.


(101) “Male and Female Intergenerational Sexual Relations in Western Europe Before and After 1900: Marriage, Prostitution, Rape and Same-Sex Relations” (International Academy of Sex Research), Vancouver, 9 August 2007.

2008 (102) “David Garrick, Fribble, and Daffodil: Sodomitical Characters on the Mid-Eighteenth Century London Stage” (Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies), Philadelphia, 22 November 2008.

2009 (103) “The Interdependence of Exclusive Heterosexuality, Modern Domesticity, and the Exclusion of Sapphists and Sodomites in the Eighteenth Century” (American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies), Richmond, VA, 28 March 2009.


(104) “Male and Female Prostitutes and their Clients in Traditional and Modern Sexual Systems in Europe and Asia, before and after 1700”( Venal Bodies: Prostitutes and Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century Culture, IGRS, University of London), London, 4 April 2009.

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