Through the Queer Looking-Glass: The Future of LGBTQ Public History
Melinda Marie Jetté is professor of history and Public History Program Coordinator at Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire. She has twenty years of experience in the public history field, working on both community-based and institutional public history projects. Her most recent service with NCPH was as a member of the Committee on Environmental Sustainability (2015–2018). She is the author of At the Hearth of the Crossed Races: A French-Indian Community in Nineteenth-Century Oregon, 1812–1859 (Oregon State University Press, 2015).
I would like to thank Katrine Barber, Verna Delauer, and Mary C. Kelly for their comments on an earlier draft of this essay.
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Melinda Marie Jetté; Through the Queer Looking-Glass: The Future of LGBTQ Public History. The Public Historian 1 May 2019; 41 (2): 6–18. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/tph.2019.41.2.6
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