09 May 2018 – Gregory Rosenthal
Editor’s note: this is the first in a series of pieces by recipients of NCPH’s 2018 best in public history awards.
On the final morning of a five-day visit to Roanoke, Virginia, my New Yorker friend turned to me and said “Roanoke made me queer again.” I was astonished. Read More
02 February 2017 – Gregory Rosenthal
Editor’s Note: In his article, “Make Roanoke Queer Again: Community History and Urban Change in a Southern City,” which appears in the February 2017 issue of The Public Historian, Gregory Rosenthal expands upon this preview to explore the intersections among urban history, queer history, and public history. Read More