Public history takes on queer erasure and gentrification in Roanoke, Virginia.
Tag: public history
How does Egyptology figure into our contemporary debates about gender identity?
How do public historians engage with histories of sexuality? In what ways do museums and historic sites offer unique perspectives on histories of sex and sexualities? How does physical space and site-specific history impact audience engagement with the history of sexuality? How can public historians help diversify and increase the […]
The Wellcome Collection’s ‘Institute of Sexology’ was the first major event of its kind in the UK.
I am interested in the potential of digital media as a way to engage students.
Mavis’ family photo album opened a door on a life of interracial intimacy.
Why a general pardon is good politics but bad history.