Gayboys and Playboys

Constructing Queer Collectivities in Peripatetic Burlesque and Nightclub Shows in 1930s United States


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About the Researcher

Kalle Westerling is a performance scholar and historian. He has also written on topics ranging from queer indie wrestlers, boylesque and male-identified strippers in neo-burlesque, and the influence of RuPaul’s Drag Race on the livelihood and aesthetics of contemporary New York City drag queens.

Previously, he was the project manager for the NEH-funded project “Expanding Communities of Practice,” aimed at helping to create infrastructure for digital humanities across several higher education institutions across the U.S. He is a member of the Steering Committee of HASTAC, the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory.

Read more about Kalle Westerling on his website.