Synonyms for outhistory or Related words with outhistory
Examples of "outhistory"
has also partnered with the Arcus Foundation to award recipients of the LGBTQ Local Histories Contest for excellent contributions to
on local history topics.
has a group of staff, mostly volunteer, overseeing fiscal and support operations.
is a website about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and heterosexual history, and, more generally, gender and sexual history.
comprises elements of an almanac, archive, article, bibliography, book, encyclopedia, library, and museum.
is produced by University of Illinois at Chicago, under the direction of John D'Emilio.
was awarded the 2010 Allan Berube Prize in Public History by the Committee on LGBT History of the American Historical Association.
has collaborated with other LGBTQH history sites, archives, newspapers, magazines, museum projects, and art galleries, as well as interested researchers. The site collaborates with The "Windy City Times" and ChicagoGayHistory.org.
OutHistory.org officially went on line on October 21, 2008, and was celebrated at a party at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center in New York City. A second
Advisors' Meeting was held on February 4, 2009, during the annual conference of the American Historical Association, in New York City.
In 2004, Jonathan Ned Katz founded
a website dedicated to documenting and preserving LGBTQ History. Funding was received by the Arcus Foundation, which enabled CLAGS to develop and host the site. Eventually, John D'Emilio redesigned the site and housed it at University of Illinois, Chicago
CLAGS hired a first Project CoordinatorIn for the site, James Arnette, and in June 2007 an
advisors meeting was attended by about twenty women and men. Other advisors agreed to join an email advisory committee. After investigating various website development companies CLAGS hired Cidamon.com to do that work, and the present prototype is the result. After Arnett, Lynley Wheaton was hired as Project Coordinator and in June 2008 Lauren Gutterman took over the position.
Allen Irvin Bernstein (June 19, 1913 – September 8, 2008) was a gay Jewish American World War II veteran who in 1940 wrote a defense of homosexuality entitled "Millions of Queers (Our Homo America)" which was rediscovered in 2010 by Randall L. Sell, associate professor at Drexel University School of Public Health, and was published online at
in March 2014. The essay is notable for the insights it provides into gay life, including slang, sexual practices, and relationships, in the United States during the 1930s and before, based on what Bernstein learned from his gay friends and acquaintances as well as on his wide reading and research in literary and sociological sources.
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