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Genderqueer: One Family’s Experience with Gender Variance
Accounts of the experiences of gender variant individuals that have recently received attention in the popular and psychoanalytic literature have led to an increased appreciation for the complexExpand
Inside and Outside Chinatown: Chinese Elites in Exclusion Era California
Chinese elites who were exempted from the Exclusion Act of 1882 became important figures in interethnic dialogue in the West. This article focuses on herbalists and missionaries, who were often ableExpand
Living the Los Angeles Renaissance: A Tale of Two Black Composers
  • K. Marcus
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of African American History
  • 1 January 2006
During a flourishing of the arts in Los Angeles in the first half of the 20th century, many African Americans found meaning and purpose in artistic expression. They entered fields as varied as music,Expand
Baseball Stadiums and American Audiences
"Every Evening at 8": The Rise of the Promenade Concerts in Late Nineteenth-Century Boston
“every evening at 8,” the Boston Globe declared in preparation for a major event in the city’s cultural life: the launching of the Promenade Concerts at boston music Hall on July 11, 1885. PatronsExpand