Scholars Essays on National Significance

In October 2017, the National Park Service invited seven scholars and subject matter experts to a 1.5 day workshop to discuss the national significance of the Stonewall uprising. Following the workshop, the scholars wrote essays summarizing their thoughts on the significance of the uprising. Scholar bios and essays are provided below for your review.

NOTE: The views and opinions expressed in the following essays are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the National Park Service.
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Scholar Bios.pdfScholar Bios.pdf   (99.2 KB, PDF file)
David Carter Essay.pdfDavid Carter Essay.pdf   (87.0 KB, PDF file)
Lillian Faderman Essay.pdfLillian Faderman Essay.pdf   (133.3 KB, PDF file)
Emily Hobson Essay.pdfEmily Hobson Essay.pdf   (121.2 KB, PDF file)
Jen Manion Essay.pdfJen Manion Essay.pdf   (129.4 KB, PDF file)
Eric Marcus Essay.pdfEric Marcus Essay.pdf   (115.4 KB, PDF file)
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