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Marc R. Stein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Urban
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Ethnic History / Studies
Political History / Studies
Urban History / Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Associate Professor, History Department, Faculty of Arts, York U., 2001-Present
Assistant Professor, History Department, Faculty of Arts, York U., 1998-2001
Visiting Assistant Professor, History Department, Colby College, 1996-1998
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer, History Department, Bryn Mawr College, 1995-1996
Ph.D., History, U. Pennsylvania, 1994
B.A., History, Wesleyan U., 1985
City of Sisterly and Brotherly Loves: Lesbian and Gay Philadelphia, 1945-72 (Chicago: U. Chicago Press, 2000; 2nd edition, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, forthcoming 2004).
Editor-in-Chief, Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History in America, 3 volumes
(New York: Scribner's, 2003).
"Crossing Borders: Memories, Dreams, Fantasies, and Nightmares of the History Job Market," Left History, forthcoming 2004.
"Rizzo's Raiders, Beaten Beats, and Coffeehouse Culture in 1950s Philadelphia," in Modern American Queer History: Essays in Representation, Lived Experience, and Public Policy, ed. Allida M. Black (Philadelphia: Temple U. Press, 2001), 155-180.
"Committee on Lesbian and Gay History Survey on LGBTQ History Careers," Perspectives 39, no. 5 (May 2001): 29-31.
"'Birthplace of the Nation': Imagining Lesbian and Gay Communities in Philadelphia, 1969-70," in Creating a Place for Ourselves, ed. Brett Beemyn (New York: Routledge, 1997), 253-288.
"Sex Politics in the City of Sisterly and Brotherly Loves," Radical History Review, no. 59 (Spring 1994):
60-92. Reprinted in Major Problems in the History of American Sexuality, ed. Kathy L. Peiss (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2001), 431-443.
The U.S. Supreme Court's Sexual Revolution? 1965-1973.
Selected Honours and Awards
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Standard Research Grant, 2001-2004.
Gregory Sprague Prize for Best Chapter in Lesbian/Gay History, Comm. on Lesbian and Gay History (CLGH), 1996.
Ken Dawson Annual Award for Lesbian/Gay History, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, City U. of New York, 1993.
Director of Undergraduate Studies, History Department, Faculty of Arts, York U., 2001-2003
Chair, CLGH, An Affiliated Society of the American Historical Assoc. (AHA), 2000-2003.
Member, York University Graduate Programme in History Executive Committee, 1999-2001.
Recent Conference Presentations and Lectures
"The Queering of Lesbian/Gay Legal History," Queer Matters Conference, Kings College London, May 2004; Org. of American Historians (OAH), Boston, Apr. 2004.
"Inventing Rights and Wrongs: Rulings, Reception, and Revolution on the U.S. Supreme Court, 1965-1973," Colby College, Mar. 2004; Social Science Research Council, Washington, D.C., Oct. 2003; Canadian Lesbian and Gay Studies Association, Halifax, Jun. 2003; The 1950s and 1960s in North American Conference, Wesleyan U., Apr. 2003; AHA, San Francisco, Jan. 2002.
"The U.S. Supreme Court's Sexual Revolution? 1965-1973," U. California-Santa Barbara, Feb. 2004; U. Maine, Feb. 2004; American Bar Foundation, Oct. 2001; York U., Oct. 2001; Case Western Reserve U., Oct. 2001; Queen's U., Mar. 2001; OAH, St. Louis, Apr. 2000; American Studies Assoc. (ASA), Montreal, Oct. 1999; U. Missouri-Columbia Law School, Apr. 2000; Franklin and Marshall College, Apr. 1999.
"Securing the National Body: A Roundtable on Cold War Immigration Policy, " ASA, Hartford, October 2003.
"Sexuality Studies: The Academic Stakes," Hearts and Minds: Sexuality and Education Conference, U. Toronto, Mar. 2003.
"Communities of Desire: The Past, Present, and Future of U.S. Queer History," U. Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Mar. 2002.
"Policing Borders: Boutilier and the U.S. Supreme Court's Sexual Revolution, 1965-1973," Canadian Assoc. for American Studies, Toronto, Oct. 2001.
"Writing the Lesbian and Gay City," U. Toronto, May 2001.
"The Queering of Philadelphia Lesbian and Gay History," Swarthmore College, Mar. 2001.
"Philadelphia Gay Sex Radicals and the U.S. Supreme Court's Sexual Revolution, 1965-1973," Philadelphia Lesbian and Gay Academic Union, U. Pennsylvania, Dec. 2000.
"Roundtable: From San Fran to Philly, Toronto, Buffalo, and Points South: A Conversation on the Future of the Queer Community History," and "CLGH Survey on LGBTQ History Graduate and Post-Graduate Careers," The Future of the Queer Past Conference, U. Chicago, Sep. 2000.
"City of Sisterly and Brotherly Loves," U. Missouri-Columbia, Apr. 2000; U. Toronto, Sep. 1999;
Conference to Celebrate 25 Years of Women's Studies at U. Pennsylvania, Sep. 1998.
"Monica, Bill, History, and Sex," Historians and Their Audiences Conference, York U., Apr. 2000.
"The Future of the Committee on Lesbian and Gay History," CLGH/AHA, Chicago, Jan. 2000.
"Courting Respectability in the Sexual Revolution, 1965-1973," American Society for Legal History, Toronto, Oct. 1999.