Exhibits

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OutHistory’s featured exhibits are curated by scholars in the field of LGBTQ history, knowledgeable researchers, or collectors. They provide a focused look at a few, particular aspects of this history. If you are interested in helping us expand the range of queer histories covered in future exhibits, please email outhistory@gc.cuny.edu.

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Lesbian Theater

Curated by Mimi McGurl

Lesbian theatre history with an emphasis on the story of New York’s WOW Café and Theatre.

Queer Youth - On Campus and in the Media

Curated by Sharon Ullman

Activism on college and high school campuses andrepresentations of queer youth in the media.

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The Pre-Gay Era in the USA

Curated by C. Todd White

Homosexual rights activists, organizations, and publications in the U.S. from the 1950s to 1969.



Chicago

Curated by John D’Emilio

The LGBTQ history of a particular city.


People of African Descent

Curated by Tavia Nyong’o

Documents and images referring to LGBTQ people of African descent and African Americans, in particular.

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Out and Elected in the U.S.A

Photographed, Researched, and Written by Ron Schlittler

Photos and biographs of 115 openly gay or lesbian people elected to public office in the U.S.

Colonial America: The Age of Sodomitical Sin

Curated by Jonathan Ned Katz

The founding era of what became the United States.

Transgender

Curated by XXXXXXXXXX, with the assistance of Tey Meadow

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Native Americans

Curated by XXXXXXXX

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Postcards: Masculine Women and Feminine Men

Images from the collection of Marshall Weeks

Postcards dating to the early-twentieth-century reflecting concerns about "masculine" women and "sissy boys."




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EdR said ...
17:11, 31 December 2009 (EST)
Great! Thanks.
Rcastillo said ...
11:21, 3 February 2011 (EST)
This is an amazing site. Thank you! As a young queer artist looking to make meaningful, progressive art- this is a wonderful site for reference and research. Thank you.


I am an undergrad student about to begin capstone history class, and am interested in Queer Theory, so will be accessing this site for material. Thank you for providing this resource!



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