Month: June 2023
The homophile magazines available within Mudd Library’s American Civil Liberties Union Records and Arthur C. Warner Papers are rich in their insight into the multiple methods of activism taken up by homophile organizations. One such approach, as described in the magazine Drum: Sex in Perspective in 1966, positioned “the homosexual’s chief problem…as an inability and reluctance to hold his head high as a homosexual.”
Born only three days apart in August 1872, Aubrey Beardsley and Max Beerbohm were introduced to one another by the artist William Rothenstein and soon formed a close friendship. Beardsley was of course the most brilliant, and also provocative, illustrator of the 1890s, famous for his illustrations to Oscar Wilde’s Salome, London’s Yellow Book quarterly, and Aristophanes’ Lysistrata.
By Quin DeLaRosa and Kate Mitchell Here, we present an abstract and author reflections from a staff report given on August 18, 2022. Abstract: Reparative action has become something of increasing concern for archivists in the twenty-first century. With the rejection of neutrality in the […]