In January 2015, Rachel Gelfand presented in New York City at the American Historical Association as part of the Promiscuous Interdisciplinarity Track. This conference within a conference was organized by the Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History (CLGBTH). Her session was reviewed by Notches, a peer-reviewed, collaborative history blog devoted to studying the history of sexuality. The panel’s discussed ranged from oral history to comedy in a discussion of intimacy, interviews, and queer spaces. You can read more about Rachel’s panel here. Great work, Rachel!
Rachel Gelfand’s AHA paper reviewed by Notches, an LGBT history blog
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