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Finding Aid to the Ed Sebesta Papers, 1964-1995 Coll2014.019
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Correspondence, articles, manuscripts, clippings, questionnaires, surveys, research papers, newsletter editorial records, press releases, fliers, and photographs of Ed Sebesta, 1964-1995. The papers primarily document his work for the Lesbian and Gay Associated Engineers and Scientists (LGAES), his personal and professional connections in Asia, and his involvement and interest in gay rights causes.
Edward H. Sebesta was involved with the Lesbian and Gay Associated Engineers and Scientists professional association, including as president, circa 1980-1985. During this time, he also advocated for gay rights issues, including for gay Asian-Americans. He was one of the editors of Neo-Confederacy: A Critical Introduction published by the University of Texas Press in 2008, and was co-editor with James Loewen of The Confederate and Neo-Confederate: The 'Great Truth' About the 'Lost Cause published by the University Press of Mississippi in 2010. As of 2014, he continues to author two blogs, maintain a website, and publish in peer reviewed academic journals on the neo-Confederate movement.
4.8 linear feet. 3 archive boxes + 1 flat box
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