Vicki L. Eaklor is Professor of History at Alfred University. She is a past chair of the committee on Lesbian and Gay History and is especially interested in pedagogy. She has written extensively on sexuality and gender, especially as they intersect with politics and culture. Among her books is Queer America: A GLBT History of the 20th Century.
Entries by Vicki L. Eaklor
social sciences >> Endean, Steve
Steve Endean, one of the most important glbtq activists of the post-Stonewall era, stirred controversy within and outside gay politics in his conviction that "mainstreaming" the movement was the way for glbtq Americans to achieve equality.
social sciences >> Gay Rights Movement, U. S.
The U.S. gay rights movement has made significant progress toward achieving equality for glbtq Americans, and in the process has become more inclusive and diverse, but much remains to be done.
social sciences >> New Right
The New Right, which emerged during the last two decades of the twentieth century, combines evangelical Christian morality with a political agenda in opposition to glbtq equality.