|Notable works||A Queer History of the United States|
Michael Bronski (born May 12, 1949) is an American academic and writer, best known for his 2011 book A Queer History of the United States.
A senior lecturer at Dartmouth College, he currently teaches in the women's and gender studies department, and also teaches courses in LGBT history and Jewish studies at both Dartmouth and Harvard University.
A Queer History of the United States won both a Lambda Literary Award and a Stonewall Book Award in 2012. He also previously won two Lambda Literary Awards as an editor of anthologies, in 1997 for Taking Liberties: Gay Men's Essays on Politics, Culture, & Sex and in 2004 for Pulp Friction: Uncovering the Golden Age of Gay Male Pulps.
- Culture Clash: The Making of Gay Sensibility (South End Press, 1984)
- The Pleasure Principle: Sex, Backlash and the Struggle for Gay Freedom (St. Martin's Press, 1998)
- Pulp Friction: Uncovering the Golden Age of Gay Male Pulps (St. Martin's Press, 2003)
- A Queer History of the United States (Beacon Press, 2011)
- You can tell just by looking: and 20 other myths about LGBT life and people (Beacon Press, 2013)
- "How Gays Helped Make and Remake America". Slate, May 23, 2011.
- "Professor Michael Bronski Wins Prestigious Stonewall Book Award". Dartmouth Now, February 23, 2012.
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