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    Has The Gay Movement Failed?

    The past fifty years have seen significant shifts in attitudes toward LGBTQ people yet the extent of this progress, argues Martin Duberman, has been more conservative than transformative.

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From Our Blog

  • <Slaves on the Silk Road

    Slaves on the Silk Road

    This guest post is published in conjunction with the annual meeting of the World History Association taking place June 21-23 in Milwaukee. It originally appeared on Silk Road Digressions, author Susan Whitfield’s blog on the geography, history, …

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  • <Fears of Family Separation

    Fears of Family Separation

    By Joanna Dreby, author of Everyday Illegal: When Policies Undermine Immigrant Families I share in the collective horror at reports about the Trump Administration’s newest administrative policy at the U.S. Mexican border: …

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  • <Rethinking Capitalism from New York to Hawaiʻi

    Rethinking Capitalism from New York to Hawaiʻi

    This guest post is published in conjunction with the annual meeting of the World History Association taking place June 21-23 in Milwaukee. Visit the UC Press table to browse this book and more. #TheWHA2018 By …

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  • <The Enduring Cart: On the Supermarket’s Persistence in the Internet Age

    The Enduring Cart: On the Supermarket’s Persistence in the Internet Age

    This guest post is published around the Joint Annual Meeting of the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society and the Association for the Study of Food and Society in Madison, WI, occurring June …

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