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Urvashi Vaid: The Vassar and Boston Years, 1975-83, by Marc Stein

LGBTQ Controversies at the University of Iowa in the 1990s, by Mickey Eliason

LGBT Direct Action Bibliography, Chronology, and Inventory, by Marc Stein

Kaliflower and the Homosexual Revolution of 1969, by Eric Noble

The Lafayette College Queer Archives Project Digital Humanities Site, by Mary A. Armstrong

A Conversation with Alex Ketchum about the Directory of LGBTQ+ Archives, by Juan Carlos Mezo-González

Curing Psychiatry and Psychology: A 2015 Interview with Charles Silverstein, by Philip Clark

Do You Know Jonathan Ned Katz?: A 2023 Interview with Director Philip Harrison, by Joseph Plaster

Documenting the Stonewall Riots: A Bibliography of Primary Sources, by Marc Stein

Sally: A 2023 Interview with Documentary Filmmaker Deborah Craig, by Julie R. Enszer

When Henry Wrote to Jim: The Letters of Henry Gerber to Jim Egan, 1951, by Donald W. McLeod

Transmasculine People in the U.S. Press, 1876-1939, by Emily Skidmore, with Marissa Brameyer

Groovy Guy Contest, Los Angeles, 1968-1991, by Jeff Auer

The Marlin Beach Affair: From Homosexual "Presence" to Gay "Community," by Fred Fejes

State LGBT History Education Laws, 2011-2021, by Marc Stein

“We Were The Movement": Lesbian Activism in the Boston Reproductive Rights Movement, by Sara Slager

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