Martin Duberman Visiting Fellowship: Deadline Extended to 7/31

The Martin Duberman Visiting Scholar program at The New York Public Library fosters excellence in LGBT studies by providing funds for scholars to do research in the Library’s preeminent LGBT historical collections. The fellowship is open to both academic faculty and independent scholars who have made a significant contribution to the field. Applicants must be either U.S. citizens or permanent residents, with the right to work in the United States. The recipient of the award will receive $25,000 to fund their research at the Library.

CfP for the Panel: Performing Identity: The Relationship between Identity and Performance in Literature, Theatre and the Performing Arts, Dublin, Ireland, 28 - 29 June 2019

Performing Identity: The Relationship between Identity and Performance in Literature, Theatre and the Performing Arts, Dublin, Ireland, 28 - 29 June 2019

Re: Curriculum Development

Hi Joseph, I'll throw out a shameless plug for the Queer Newark Oral History Project (which I co-direct at Rutgers-Newark) as one potentially useful resource here, which speaks to the great new law and also offers a semi-local NJ angle. Our website is here:
https://queer.newark.rutgers.edu

And we archive the audio and transcripts of interviews here:
https://queer.newark.rutgers.edu/interviews

Curriculum Development

Hello all, 

New Jersey just passed a law that will require the teaching of the various contributions of Homosexuals and Persons with Disabiltiies in the United States as part of the history curriculum.  I have to be honest, I am hoping some of my colleagues here at H-Net would know of valuable resources that house and/or archive such individuals.  Any information you have would be appreciated.  

Thank you all,

Joseph Dobis

Franklin High School, Somerset, NJ. 

United States History Teacher

BA in History from Georgian Court University ‘09

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Trans Oral History -- Application Due 31 March 2019

The LGBTQ Oral History Digital Collaboratory (University of Toronto, ON), in collaboration with The Transgender Archives at the University of Victoria (Victoria, BC) will award one six-month postdoctoral fellowship. The fellowship is to be taken up, and concluded, between 1 June 2019 and 30 March 2020 (exact starting and ending dates to be negotiated within this time frame).

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