Historian Jonathan Ned Katz discusses his biography of the spirited, resistant, Jewish, lesbian, immigrant, pioneer, deported from the U.S., who experienced the Nazis’ reign of terror. Published May 18, 2021, by Chicago Review Press.
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Jonathan Ned Katz is the author of four pioneering books on the US history of LGBTQ life, sexuality, and intimacy. He is the founder of OutHistory.org, and he has taught and spoken at Yale, Harvard, and Princeton. He is also the recipient of the Magnus Hirschfeld Medal for outstanding contributions to sex research and Yale University’s Brudner Prize, among many accolades.