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02
Jul

Resources for Your Summer Research

This summer is all about you and your research. Below are  titles that can help you focus on your scholarship, write—or rewrite—your work, and ensure your work is ready to be sent to publishers. …

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02
Jul

Soundtracks of Labor and Belonging

The first issue of the Journal of Popular Music Studies to be published by UC Press is scheduled to release later this month. In anticipation, we are offering you a preview of …

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30
Jun

The World of Trans Kids

As we celebrate Pride, we recognize the many young people—as well as their families, friends, and medical professionals that support them—who make room for themselves in a world that is beginning to …

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28
Jun

Reinventing the LGBTQ Movement

After the raid of the Stonewall Inn on June 28, 1969, and the six days of protests that followed, the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) formed, calling for a “fierce, full-scale assault on …

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28
Jun

Corresponding with Ray Johnson

by Kate Dempsey Martineau, author of Ray Johnson: Selective Inheritance I first learned about Ray Johnson through my internship at the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, Texas. Rebekah Morin, former curatorial …

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21
Jun

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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