Teaching Sex and Sexualities in U.S. History

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This semester at Colgate, I’ve revised my upper-level History course, HIST 304 | Sex and Sexualities in U.S. History. In a few weeks, I’ll be chairing an excellent panel of scholars on a research panel on Sex and Religion, sponsored by S-USIH, the Society of US Intellectual History. The panel will take place on Zoom March 1 at 7pm eastern [you can register in advance, here].

I’ve also started updating my unwieldy list of Digital Archives, Projects & Resources for U.S. Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality History for research and teaching.

We don’t have nearly enough time to explore 250 years of U.S. history, but I’m excited to get students reading some of my favorite history sites, too, including:

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I’ll be tweeting some course highlights using the hashtag #HIST304 and I’m always curious how others are teaching similar courses.

Got a great primary source or idea to share? Hit me up!

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