Interview with Tim McCaskell, Author of “Queer Progress: From Homophobia to Homonationalism.”
A memoir and analysis of early Toronto gay and lesbian liberation politics, HIV/AIDS activism, economic and social changes, identity
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Last week, I started watching the limited series documentary on Netflix, “The Andy Warhol Diaries.”
I love how the show’
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A Think Queerly Podcast Interview with award-winning author, David Demchuk — TQ213
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Think Queerly Podcast interview with Robert C. Steele, author of "Banned from California" — TQ202
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"We Have a Past, But Not a History." The Various Dimensions of LGBTQ History, Leadership, and Community.
A Think Queerly Podcast discussion about Dr. Madeline Davis and queer representation in history with Jeffry J. Iovannone.
Interview with the Authors of “Out North: An Archive of Queer Activism and Kinship in Canada”
Authors Craig Jennex & Nisha Eswaran on the Think Queerly Podcast
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Deconstructing the Myth of Stonewall and its Influence on Mainstream Society – LOP091
A Living OUT Leadership Interview with Jeff Iovannone and Ken Gault
In this special "Pride" episode, we discuss