Speaking

Dr. J regularly speaks to audiences ranging from high school and college classes to community centers, corporations, and government agencies about the importance of LGBTQ+ history.

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LECTURES

Dr. J has lectured at a range of venues and to diverse audiences on the following topics:

GAY RIGHTS IN THE POST-HOLOCAUST WORLD

THE FATE OF LGBTQ+ PEOPLE IN NAZI GERMANY

  • United Kingdom Department of Transport for International Holocaust Memorial Day (virtual; Jan. 2021)
  • Project Q&A Lunch and Learn for 2020 Southeast Kansas Pride (virtual; Sept. 2020) [watch the lecture!]
  • Les “Oublie-e-s” de la Memoire (The “Forgotten Ones” of Memory) for a series of lectures, discussions, and ceremonies in Paris to commemorate the LGBTQ victims of the Holocaust (Paris, France; March 2018)

DISCUSSIONS

Dr. J engages with communities by participating in discussions and dialogue about the important role of LGBTQ+ history in life today.

  • Olney Theatre Center for a discussion of the historical period represented in the play Cabaret, together with Dr. Katarin Sieg, Professor at Georgetown University (Olney, Maryland; Aug. 2019)
  • OutWrite Literary Festival: panel moderator for: Stonewall’s Long Shadow: Activism, Writing, and Queer Identity (Washington, DC; Aug. 2019)
  • The DC Center for the LGBT Community: discussion on “Hidden Histories: Writing, Research, & Queer Lives” (Washington, DC; Aug. 2019)

INTERVIEWS

Dr. J has been interviewed by multiple organizations and individuals about his research, including:


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Please note that all speaking engagements and consultations are done in Dr. Newsome’s personal capacity as a public scholar,
and are not connected to his employer.