LGBT History Month and Women’s History Month

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February is LGBT History
Month
and March is Women’s History Month. To celebrate diversity and
unity, historytothepublic.org
(HTTP) is inviting guest writers to present new research and ideas on either
theme (or both). The topics should have a historical link, but we welcome
articles from all disciplines. We are looking for new writers who have a
passion for sharing their research on any historical topic or era, with a wide
audience. If this is you, contact us at historytothepublic@gmail.com
by January 15 (LGBT themed posts) or February 15 (WHM).

 

HTTP is a
multidisciplinary public history project that focuses on sharing, learning, and
disseminating information using social media and other online platforms. We are
a group of undergraduate, postgraduate and post-doctoral researchers from
different universities across the world, with writers based in Cambridge,
London and China. We come from a variety of different backgrounds, and not all
of us are historians.

 

If you would
like to write for us, contact us at historytothepublic@gmail.com

 

Website: http://historytothepublic.org/

Twitter: @HTTPhistory

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