Daniel D. Healey is a lecturer in Russian History in the Department of History, University of Wales, Swansea. He is the author of Homosexual Desire in Revolutionary Russia: The Regulation of Sexual and Gender Dissent and co-editor (with Barbara Evans Clements and Rebecca Friedman) of Russian Masculinities in History and Culture. His continuing research interests include the histories of Soviet gender, sexuality, medicine, and law.
Entries by Daniel D. Healey
social sciences >> Moscow
The confusion of queer identities and possibilities presented by Moscow owes much to its rapid growth and village origins of its inhabitants.
social sciences >> Russia
A cultural crossroads between Asia and Europe, Russia has a long, rich, and often violent heritage of varied influences and stark confrontations in regard to its patterns of same-sex love.
social sciences >> St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg, Russa was once the crucible of one of history's liveliest and most articulate homosexual cultures.