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Congratulations to K.J. Rawson and Heather Streets-Salter

K.J. Rawson, Associate Professor of English and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies and director and founder of the Digital Transgender Archive was just announced The History Project’s 2022 Lavender Rhino Award honoree. 

The DTA, launched in 2016, virtually merges disparate transgender history archives collections, digital materials, and independent projects and makes these rich primary source materials available to researchers and LGBTQ+ community members worldwide. We recognize and celebrate K.J.’s tireless efforts to share transgender history and collections.

The History Project

Heather Streets-Salter, Professor of History, Director of World History Programs, and WGSS affiliated faculty recently received the Pioneers in World History Award.

The Pioneers in World History Award recognizes the extraordinary contributions of individuals to world history studies that have advanced the field in a significant way.

World History Association

 Congratulations to our faculty!

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