Digital Sexuality Archive

Digital Sexuality Archive

Developed by Prof. Carolyn Lewis and Helen Eckhard '18 (history) in consultation with the DLAC and the Libraries with funding from Digital Bridges, the Digital Sexuality Archive, or DIG Sex, is a gateway to the wonderful digital resources available on sex and sexuality in the U.S.. DIG Sex serves as an important resource not only for academic researchers, but for anyone interested in the history of sex and sexuality, and as such represents an important addition to the movement actively engaged in promoting projects that insist that questions of race, class, gender, sexuality, and disability be central to the digital humanities.

Please visit the Digital Sexuality Archive.

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