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Meet LGBTQ-RAN’s Summer 2019 Interns!

by Bernard Schlager

Melanie Goulish earned her MLS degree (with a specialization in Rare Books and Manuscripts) from Indiana University – Bloomington. She is interested in participatory and post-custodial archives, theological librarianship, and digital humanities projects. Most recently, she created an online exhibition for The Marriage Equality Project at the Kinsey Institute, and she is currently processing a […]

Dr. K. Mohrman Receives LGBTQ Religious History Award

by Bernard Schlager

The LGBTQ Religious Archives Network (LGBTQ-RAN) honors Dr. K. Mohrman with the 2018-19 LGBTQ Religious History Award. The review jury selected Dr. Mohrman’s “Becoming White: Theologizing Heteronormativity in Mormonism, 1890-1945” from among eight papers submitted for the award this year. Dr. K. Mohrman is currently an instructor at the University of Colorado Denver where she […]

52 Ways #35: Highlight LGBTQ Religious History

by Bernard Schlager

October is LGBTQ History Month in the US and Canada (February for those in the UK). This is a fantastic time to talk about the fact that religious people have been advocating for LGBTQ inclusion for quite a while. It’s a great opportunity to investigate the movement for LGBTQ equality within your tradition. You can […]

Dr. Bruce Dorsey Receives LGBT Religious History Award

by Bernard Schlager

The LGBT Religious Archives Network (LGBT-RAN) honors Dr. Bruce Dorsey with the 2015-16 LGBT Religious History Award.  The review jury selected Dr. Dorsey’s “‘Making Men What They Should Be:’ Male Same-Sex Intimacy and Evangelical Religion in Early Nineteenth-Century New England” to receive this award.  The jury gave honorable mention to a second paper, “‘Real True […]