OutHistory.org

Writing History with the LBGT Community

OutHistory is digital humanities project created for the discovery, creation and curation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) history. The OutHistory blog, regularly published exhibitions, timelines, biographies and birthday notices everyone interested in the history of sexuality and sexual communities has a forum to share research, primary documents, interviews and images. Founded in 2005, it is directed and edited by Jonathan Ned Katz, author of the groundbreaking Gay American History (1976), John D'Emilio and Claire Potter, in collaboration with Assistant Editor Chris Howard-Woods. 

COLLABORATORS

Claire Potter, Professor of History and Chair of the Digital Humanities Initiative 

Emma Becker, Student Project Manager 

Chris Howard-Woods, Digital Fellow and Assistant Editor, Outhistory.org

Alexander Fine, Digital Fellow

Will Enders, Digital Fellow

SCHOOL/COLLEGE

Schools of Public Engagement

RELATED COURSES

Introduction to Digital Humanities

Women's Intellectual History: Beginnings

History and Digital Media

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WEBSITE

outhistory.org

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