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Timothy W. Jones
University of South Wales, & La Trobe University
I am a cultural historian with research interests in the intersections of gender, sexuality and religion. I studied at the University of Western Australia and the University of Melbourne. My PhD was recently published as, Sexual Politics in the Church of England, 1857-1957, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).
I hold a lectureship in History at the University of South Wales and am co-director of the Centre for Gender Studies there. From 2012-2015 I will also hold an Australian Research Council DECRA fellowship at La Trobe University in History and the Australian Research Centre for Sex, Health and Society.
In 2012 I convened conferences on 'New Histories of Love and Romance, c.1880-1960', and 'Material Religion in Modern Britain and its Worlds', both of which are being developed as edited collections.
I am currently working on several projects, including (i) a biographical study of D. S. Bailey and the Church of England Moral Welfare Council in 1950s Britain; (ii) an ARC DECRA funded history of the Christian Right's involvement in Australian Sexual Politics; and, (iii) a history of the treatment of sexually offending clergy since 1880, with Kate Gleeson of Macquarie University.
|List Affiliations:||Former Review Editor for H-Histsex
2002 BA(hons) Philosophy and History, University of Western Australia
2007 PhD, University of Melbourne
Love and Romance in Britain, 1918-1970, edited with Alana Harris (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2014).
‘Love, Honour, and Obey? Romance, Subordination and Marital Subjectivity in Interwar Britain.’ In Timothy Jones and Alana Harris, eds. Love and Romance in Britain, 1918-1970. (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2014).
‘Postsecular Sex? Secularisation and Religious Change in the History of Sexuality in Britain.’ History Compass (forthcoming 2013).
‘Moral Welfare and Social Wellbeing: The Church of England and the Emergence of Modern Homsoexuality.’ In Sue Morgan and Lucy Delap (eds.), Men, Masculinities, and Religious Change in Britain since 1900 (London: Routledge, forthcoming 2013).
Sexual Politics in the Church of England, 1857-1957, (Oxford University Press, 2013).
‘“Unduly Conscious of Her Sex”: Priesthood, female bodies and sacred space in the Church of England,’ Women’s History Review, 2012, 21(4): 639-655.
Review: ‘Queer Melbourne,’ History Australia (August 2012), pp. 198-200.
Review: ‘Mates and Lovers: A Gay History of New Zealand by Chris Brickell’. Gender & History, 2012, 24(1): 236–238.
‘The Missionaries’ Position: Polygamy and divorce in the Anglican Communion, 1888-1988,’ Journal of Religious History, 2011, 35(3): 393-408.
‘The Stained Glass Closet: Celibacy and homosexuality in the Church of England,’ The Journal of the History of Sexuality, 2011, 20(1): 132-152.
‘Incestuous Sacraments: Anglo-Catholic Sexuality and the Deceased Wife’s Sister Act’. In Bernard Mees and Samuel R. Koehne. eds, Terror, War, Tradition: Studies in European history. Unley, S.A.: Australian Humanities Press, 2007, 3-17.
‘The disappearing empire: Anglican conversion to contraception, 1905-1930’. In Kate Darian-Smith, Patricia Grimshaw, Kiera Lindsey & Stuart Macintyre, eds, Exploring the British World. RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, 2004, 922-32.