Hartlyn Haynes on the secret history of UT’s gay “Chateau”.
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Lisa L. Moore discusses the political and queer legacies of Barbara Jordan.
Hartlyn Haynes dives into the history of queer organizing at UT Austin.
Adrienne Hunter describes activist efforts going back to 2006 on the UT campus.
Neville Hoad considers the HIV/AIDS pandemics in conversation with each other.
Dr. Nakay Flotte discusses her research on recent collectivized migrations.
Adrienne Hunter, co-director of The Queer & Trans Student Alliance, reviews the 2006 “State of LGBTQ Affairs at UT” Report, and and explains why a new report is being written.
Brynna Boyd looks at the election of Toni Luckett, UT’s first Black Lesbian, student-body president in 1990.
“My criticism is letting that kind get on the faculty in the first place.”
— Orville Bullington, a University of Texas Regent in 1944 during the nationwide targeting of queer faculty and students that came to be known as the “Gay Purges.”