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Research Interests: Modern U.S. history; sexuality and gender; political, social, urban, African American
Timothy Stewart-Winter is Assistant Professor of U.S. history, specializing in political culture, social movements, and urban history. His first book, Queer Clout: Chicago and the Rise of Gay Politics (University of Pennsylvania Press, January 2016), traces the role of big-city municipal politics in the gay movement’s path from the closets to the corridors of power. Queer Clout shifts the scene from the coastal gay meccas to the nation's great inland metropolis, highlighting the key role of policing in LGBT mobilization and the gay movement's debt to African American urban politics. Stewart-Winter co-directs the Queer Newark Oral History Project and teaches courses in History, American Studies, and Women's & Gender Studies.
His writing has appeared in the Journal of American History, the Journal of Urban History, Gender & History, the Journal of the History of Sexuality, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and Dissent, and he has appeared on NPR's "All Things Considered." He holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Chicago and a B.A. in history from Swarthmore College, and has received Jacob K. Javits, ACLS/Mellon, and James C. Hormel fellowships.
Stewart-Winter is now at work on a second book on the politics of the AIDS crisis in the U.S.
Affiliate faculty member, Graduate Program in American Studies and Program in Women's and Gender Studies
Introduction to LGBT Studies
Urban Sexualities in the Modern US
Senior Seminar: Civil Rights and Social Movements
Introduction to American Studies
Race and Sexual Politics in Modern America
Gender in US Politics and Culture Since 1900
Sexuality and Sexual Politics
Ph.D., University of Chicago, 2009
M.A., University of Chicago, 2003
B.A., Swarthmore College, 2001
Queer Clout: Chicago and the Rise of Gay Politics (University of Pennsylvania Press, January 2016)
"Picturing Same-Sex Marriage in the Antebellum United States: The Union of 'Two Most Excellent Men' in Longstreet's 'A Sage Conversation'" (coauthored with Simon Stern), Journal of the History of Sexuality 19:2 (May 2010), 197-222
Jacob K. Javits Fellowship
Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship
James C. Hormel Fellowship in Lesbian and Gay Studies
Modern U.S. history; sexuality and gender; political, social, urban, African American