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15
Jun

Pride Month: LGBTQ Politics

In recognition of the latest milestone for LGBTQ rights in the United States, UC Press celebrates the landmark Supreme Court ruling that protects gay and transgender workers from workplace discrimination. UC Press …

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05
Jun

Queer Social Spaces and COVID-19

By Avram Finkelstein, author of After Silence: A History of AIDS through Its Images Home. It’s a leitmotif that underpins every conversation about COVID-19, and a word used with escalating frequency. It implies …

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27
Apr

The Shared History of AIDS and COVID-19

In the midst of the medical, economic, and psychological fight against COVID-19, it is prudent to examine past outbreaks of disease in order to gain a greater understanding of what may lie …

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02
Apr

Luminos Open Access: Asian Studies Spotlight

Since first launching in 2015, Luminos has served as one of UC Press’s flagship open access programs. Having published more than seventy-five full length scholarly monographs—fully open and available to the public …

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08
Mar

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2020

Originally proposed during one of the first International Socialist Women’s Conferences in 1910, International Women’s Day was first celebrated on March 19th, 1911. Later moved to be celebrated on March 8th, International …

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