BY Claire Potter ON January 28, 2015
This week on the interwebz:
- LGBT scholar Orla Egan of University College Cork, Ireland, on Omeka and WordPress, with a nice shout out to OutHistory!
- Linton Weeks at NPR History Department on “‘Female Husbands’ In The 19th Century;” HT Jen Manion.
- Rachel Hope Cleves reports on her panel at the American HIstorical Association Annual Meeting, “Beyond the Binary: *Trans History in Early America” over at Notches Blog. I was there, by the way, and it was great. Early Americanist Ann Little jumped on this post and has a comment on it over at Historiann.
- Readers will want to stay at Notches for just a minute to read Gillian Frank’s great interview with Daniel Winuwe Rivers, author of Radical Relations: Lesbian Mothers, Gay Fathers, and Their Children in the United States Since World War II (University of North Carolina Press, 2013.)