Professor Stein Speaks at Franklin and Marshall College's Queer Visibility Week

Monday, October 23, 2017
THE COLLEGE REPORTER (FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA) -- The programming continued the next day when history professor Marc Stein visited campus. Stein, a scholar of sexuality and social movements at San Francisco State University, was in attendance at a luncheon held at the Alice Drum Women’s Center early in the day. He then gave a talk titled “Students, Sodomy, and the State: LGBT Campus Struggles in the 1970s.” According to the hosts of Queer Visibility Week, the talk covered “the litigation that occurred in the 1970s after more than a dozen public colleges and universities in the United States denied official recognition to LGBT student groups.”