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    • 'Staging Untranslatability: Magnus Hischfeld Encounters Philadelphia’, Un/Translatables: Across Germanic Languages and Cultures, ed. Catriona McLeod and Bethany Wiggin (Evanston, Ill: Northwestern University Press, 2016), 193-202.
    • 'Comics, Graphic Narratives and Lesbian Lives', The Cambridge Companion to Lesbian Literature, ed. Jodie Medd (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015), pp. 219-236.
    • ‘Suicidal Subjects:  Magnus Hirschfeld and the Emotional Underpinnings of Modern Queer Culture’, in Heike Bauer (ed.), Sexology and Translation: Cultural & Scientific Encounters Across the Modern World (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2015), pp. 233-252.
    • 'Introduction: Translation and the Global Histories of Sexuality’, Sexology and Translation: Cultural and Scientific Encounters Across the Modern World, 1880-1930 (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2015), pp. 1-14.
    • Literary
 Sexualities’, The Cambridge Companion to the Body
in Literature, ed. David Hillman and Ulrika Maude (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015), pp. 101-115.
    • ‘Graphic Lesbian Continuum: Ilana Zeffren’, in Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women*, ed. Sarah Lightman (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014), pp. 98-109. Read on Academia. * The collection won the Eisner Award for best Scholarly/Academic Work in 2015, and the Susan Koppelman Best Anthology Award 2015.
    • ‘Burning Sexual Subjects: Books, Homophobia and the Nazi Destruction of the Institute of Sexual Sciences in Berlin’, in Book Destruction, ed. Gill Partington and Adam Smyth (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp. 17-33. Read on Academia.
    • ‘Sexology Backward: Hirschfeld, Kinsey and the Reshaping of Sex Research in the 1950s’, in Queer 1950s: Rethinking Sexuality in the Postwar Years, ed. Heike Bauer and Matt Cook (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), pp. 133-149. Read on Academia.
    • ‘Lesbian Time’, in The Lesbian Premodern, ed. by Noreen Giffney, Michelle Sauer and Diane Watt (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pp. 161-169. Read on Academia.
    • ‘Sexuality in Popular Culture of the Enlightenment’, in A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Enlightenment (1650-1820), ed. Julie Peakman (London: Berg, 2011), 159-183. Read on Academia.
    • ‘Measurements of Civilization: Non-Western Female Sexuality and the Fin de Siècle Social Body’, in Sexuality at the Fin de Siècle: The Making of a Central Problem, ed. Peter Cryle and Christopher E. Forth (University of Delaware Press, 2008), pp. 93-108.
    • ‘Is there a History of Female Cross-Dressing?’, Women and Cross-Dressing in Britain, 1800-1939, Vol. 1 (London: Routledge, 2006), pp. xiii-xxxvii.
    • ‘Scholars, Scientists and Sexual Inverts: Authority and Sexology in Nineteenth-Century Scientific Thinking’, in Repositioning Victorian Sciences: Shifting Centres in Nineteenth Century Scientific Thinking, ed. by David Clifford, Elisabeth Wadge, Alex Warwick, Martin Willis (London: Anthem Press, 2006), pp. 197-206.