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Dr. Bonnie J. Morris

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Local Address:  District of Columbia , United States
Rainbow History Project
P.O. Box 12075
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20005
United States

Company Description: The Rainbow History Project is guided by an Advisory Board of community members, archivists, and historians who serve also as important resources reinforcing...   more

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  • Ph.D. , women's history
    State University of New York at Binghamton
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About Us | Rainbow History Project, 2 Dec 2015 [cached]
Bonnie Morris, At-Large to 2017
Rainbow History Project, 1 Oct 2015 [cached]
- Bonnie Morris, as interviewed by Rebecca Day.
We are delighted to publicize the full transcript of Dr. Bonnie Morris's recent oral history interview. Dr. Morris, a local writer and professor, provides a vivid personal and political narrative: from her birth on May 14, 1961 (the day on which "the Freedom Riders arrived in Birmingham, Alabama and were set on fire") to present. Dr. Morris covers her early life experiences, her coming out, her education, her work, and her political and cultural involvement. The interview is a terrific example of the ways in which our oral history collection contributes color and texture to the history of our community.
Thanks to Rainbow History volunteer Rebecca Day for her terrific work collecting, transcribing and cataloging this interview, and to Dr. Morris for sharing her stories.
The Washingtonian (external link) recently featured Rainbow History board member Dr. Bonnie Morris in Harrison Smith's article "What Happened to DC’s Lesbian Spaces?
In this terrific interview-style article, Dr. Morris discusses the swift disappearance of cultural spaces for lesbians in the D.C. area.
Dr. Morris, who teaches women's studies at Georgetown and GW, has spoken up about this issue at Rainbow History's recent public panel, Lost Lesbian Spaces, now available as an audio recording in our online collections. She is currently working on a book on the topic, entitled The Disappearing L.
Local historian Bonnie ..., 26 June 2015 [cached]
Local historian Bonnie Morris talks about the loss of gay bars in the District and the "mainstreaming" of gay culture.
Earlier this week, we spoke with historian Bonnie Morris about what the loss of gay and lesbian spaces means for DC's LGBT community, the "mainstreaming" of gay culture, and why lesbian bars have had a tougher time than bars catering to gay men. Morris, a part-time women's studies professor at Georgetown and GW, grew up in Bethesda and went to college at American University in the early eighties. She's also a board member at the Rainbow History Project, a group chronicling LGBT history in Washington.
::: OPIUM MAGAZINE :::, 1 Mar 2010 [cached]
by Bonnie J. Morris
Bonnie J. Morris teaches women's history at both George Washington University and Georgetown in Washington, D.C. and is the author of eight books, including REVENGE OF THE WOMEN'S STUDIES PROFESSOR. She serves on the board of Mothertongue, D.C.'s spoken-word stage for women; her stories have appeared in over 50 anthologies.
Eifrig Publishing | Authors, 15 June 2013 [cached]
Bonnie Morris
BONNIE J. MORRIS, Ph.D., is a women's history professor on the faculty of both Georgetown University and George Washington University. She has contributed essays, poems and stories to over fift y anthologies of women's writing. BIG AND STRONG is her eighth book.... Full Bio
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