GVGK Tang is a public historian and community organizer with a background in transnational queer politics. They hold a BA in History and Sociology, with a minor in LGBT Studies, and an MA in Public History, with a concentration in Digital Humanities and Media Studies, from Temple University. Tang has served as a researcher at the Smithsonian and National Endowment for the Humanities, and co-organizer for the API Transmasculine Anthology. They have been published by Oxford University Press, Society of American Archivists, and Transnational Queer Underground. They co-chair the Society for Queer Asian Studies, and serve on the Diversity & Inclusion Task Force of the National Council on Public History. (1 Article)

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