'Jews Queers Germans' by Martin Duberman

Jews Queers Germans dives headlong into the murky political waters of Weimar Germany, dramatizing anti-Semitism, homophobia, and a pervasive melancholia over an imagined sense of lost national pride that helped transform a progressive country into a Nazi dystopia… read more

Doug Ireland: Remembering a Radical Voice

Doug wrote extensively and compassionately on sexual and racial equality, the rights of the poor, immigrants and AIDS, though admittedly, his writing was more often used as a sledgehammer against injustice than it was as a valentine to friends… read more

Martin Duberman: History Lessons

“I think more gay people need to acknowledge that we have had a different experience growing up and therefore our relationships are somewhat different and our general stance on the world is much more ironic and anti-authoritarian than the mainstream…”

Noted writer and historian Martin Duberman took some time to talk with Lambda Literary about the history of the LGBT movement and the future of radical politics…. read more

Martin Duberman on panel @ Biography & Ethics Conference

Date: March 10, 2011 Location: Leon Levy Center for Biography —— A SAVING REMNANT The Radical Lives of Barbara Deming and David McReynolds by Martin Duberman The New Press —— “Brilliantly researched and beautifully written, A Saving Remnant offers a timely lesson for contemporary activists who still dare to imagine—and struggle for—a more equitable and peaceful… read more