These guides offer an overview of project relevant topics, primary resources, activities, and discussion questions for educators and community members interested in learning more or teaching about them.
- Computing and the AIDS Crisis
- Indecency, Obscenity, and Queer Voices Online
- Early LGBTQ Digital Communities
The Queer Digital History Project also offers public presentations, guest lectures, and workshops on each of these topics, either in-person or via videoconferencing. Please contact curator Avery Dame-Griff if you are interested in discussing scheduling a session.
This work was completed with the generous support of Humanities Washington as part of the Public Humanities Fellows program.