#ONEinstitute

Learn and Write Our History

We’re going back to the future of queer learning!

ONE Archives Foundation is offering a series of classes on LGBTQ history for students of all ages. Our expert instructors provide their insights and practices in hour-long online classes and workshops over Zoom.

This class series harkens back to who we once were, the ONE Institute. In 1956, the first course “An Introduction to Homophile Studies” was offered. In 1981, ONE Institute became the first accredited institution of higher learning in the United States to offer masters and doctoral degrees in Homophile Studies. Now in 2020, we’re bringing back what was once an important intellectual nexus of LGBTQ knowledge.

“Tuition” for each class is priced at $10. We encourage you to give more money if you are able. All proceeds from the ONE Institute Summer Session support our Education Programs that promote teaching accurate and authentic stories of LGBTQ lives in K-12 schools.

Explore the class listing. Sign up for a class!

Your support of queer history is vital

Faculty

Dr. Eric Cervini
Dr. Eric Cervini

Award-winning historian of LGBTQ+ politics and culture, author of The Deviant’s War: The Homosexual vs. the United States of America

Kevin Quin
Kevin Quin

LGBTQ Research Fellow, ONE Archives Foundation; PhD Student, Cornell University

Dr. Jacob Alden Sargent
Dr. Jacob Alden Sargent

Associate Director for Instruction and Research for the Center for Digital Liberal Arts and affiliated faculty in the Cultural Studies Program, Occidental College