Last Week to Apply: CfA USHMM Faculty Seminar: LGBTQ+ Histories of the Holocaust

The 2021 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar focuses on the history of LGBTQ+ people during the Holocaust, as well as the continued relevance of this history to understanding the discrimination that queer and trans people face today. The seminar will explore how the Nazi state persecuted, incarcerated, and interned men in concentration camps for the supposed crime of consensual sex with other men under §175 of the criminal code, with at least 5,000 perishing at the hands of Nazi state agents.

Deadline for LGBTQ Religious History Award Submissions: December 1, 2020

December 1, 2020 is the deadline for papers to be submitted for the 2020-21 LGBTQ Religious History Award. Initiated in 2005 by the LGBTQ Religious Archives Network, the LGBTQ Religious History Award honors outstanding research and scholarship in LGBTQ religious history. The LGBTQ Religious History Award is the only award offered in this academic arena. The author of the honored paper receives a $1,000 honorarium.

CfA USHMM Faculty Seminar: LGBTQ+ Histories of the Holocaust

The 2021 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar focuses on the history of LGBTQ+ people during the Holocaust, as well as the continued relevance of this history to understanding the discrimination that queer and trans people face today. The seminar will explore how the Nazi state persecuted, incarcerated, and interned men in concentration camps for the supposed crime of consensual sex with other men under §175 of the criminal code, with at least 5,000 perishing at the hands of Nazi state agents.

CfA USHMM Faculty Seminar: LGBTQ+ Histories of the Holocaust

The 2021 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar focuses on the history of LGBTQ+ people during the Holocaust, as well as the continued relevance of this history to understanding the discrimination that queer and trans people face today. The seminar will explore how the Nazi state persecuted, incarcerated, and interned men in concentration camps for the supposed crime of consensual sex with other men under §175 of the criminal code, with at least 5,000 perishing at the hands of Nazi state agents.

CfA USHMM Faculty Seminar: LGBTQ+ Histories of the Holocaust

The 2021 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar focuses on the history of LGBTQ+ people during the Holocaust, as well as the continued relevance of this history to understanding the discrimination that queer and trans people face today. The seminar will explore how the Nazi state persecuted, incarcerated, and interned men in concentration camps for the supposed crime of consensual sex with other men under §175 of the criminal code, with at least 5,000 perishing at the hands of Nazi state agents.

CfP (seminar series): USHMM Faculty Seminar: LGBTQ+ Histories of the Holocaust

The 2021 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar focuses on the history of LGBTQ+ people during the Holocaust, as well as the continued relevance of this history to understanding the discrimination that queer and trans people face today. The seminar will explore how the Nazi state persecuted, incarcerated, and interned men in concentration camps for the supposed crime of consensual sex with other men under §175 of the criminal code, with at least 5,000 perishing at the hands of Nazi state agents.

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