Samuel Huneke

Samuel Huneke is a historian of modern Europe and a PhD Candidate at Stanford University. His research focuses on the history of gender and sexuality in 20th-century Germany. He is currently at work on a book, tentatively titled Germany’s Gay Revolutions, which examines homosexuality and politics in Germany during the Cold War. His essays have appeared in The Atlantic, Vice, and elsewhere. He lives in San Francisco.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Queering the Vote

On how LGBTQ populations in the United States support Democrats in much greater numbers than the liberal party support among their counterparts in Europe....


Politics of Hate

Samuel Huneke reviews Dan Healey’s “Russian Homophobia from Stalin to Sochi,” a look at the development of homophobia as a political strategy in Russia....

Politics of Hate
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