The 130th Annual Meeting of the AHA takes place January 7-10, 2016, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Health, Reproduction, and Sex: Growing a Field for Latin Americanists
The politicization of women’s bodies is anything but new, and to understand current manifestations, we must look to the past.
Oral Histories and Alternative Archives: Disrupting the Boundaries of Queer Identities, Cultures, and Politics
As historians, how does the past speak to us, and when it does, how do we listen?
Globalizing the History of Sexology
Only recently have we begun to explore the varied global dimensions of sexual science.
Scale – Spectacle – Spectatorship: Space as a Category of Queer Analysis
Archives, exhibitions and historical sites operate as spaces through which ideas about LGBTQ identity can be renegotiated.
Teaching Queer History
LGBT history is at the forefront of American educational reform and an integral part of teaching practices for educators at all levels from grade school to grad school.
Beyond the Binary: Trans* History in Early America
Trans history and non-binary perspectives to the study of pre-Civil War America.