York’s Alternative History explores the histories of York which don’t make the guidebooks.
Tag: history and policy
These books and articles form an extensive syllabus with which to teach students about Obergefell v. Hodges.
In May 1988, when Marc Stein was working as the coordinating editor of Gay Community News in Boston, Massachusetts, he interviewed Jeffrey Weeks, the influential British sociologist and historian.
AIDS in black America is not only the result of poverty and inequality, but also reinforces racial inequities by constraining black opportunity.
A hallmark of D’Emilio’s work was that he engaged historical sources “emotionally and intellectually,” “with his head and his heart.”
When the UK government proposed the criminalization of queer personal ads.
In the United States, racial divisions have long been sexualized.