The History of GLQ, Volume 1: LGBTQ Studies, Censorship, and Other Transnational Problems

  title={The History of GLQ, Volume 1: LGBTQ Studies, Censorship, and Other Transnational Problems},
  author={Carolyn Dinshaw},
  journal={GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies},
  pages={26 - 5}
  • Carolyn Dinshaw
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies
On this happy and long-anticipated occasion of handing over the editorship of GLQ — who knew that David Halperin and I would be working on the journal for nearly fifteen years, making our editorial partnership the longest relationship either of us has ever had? — I want to reflect on the experience by looking back at the journal’s origins and peering forward into possibilities for its future. Thinking about the journal’s relationship to LGBTQ studies more generally, I would like to take this… Expand

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