Welcome Rachel Pitkin
Rachel Pitkin is a first-year PhD student in History at the GC. Her current research interests include public and urban history, and history of women and gender in the twentieth century United States. Rachel comes to the GC with a background in education, and in teaching history/social studies. She holds an MA in Museum Studies and an MA in History, and she is a longtime volunteer at the LGBT Community Center National History Archives. As a Graduate Assistant during the fall 2022 semester, Rachel will support the ASHP/CML’s ongoing work to disseminate materials from the LGBTQ+ Histories of the United States summer institute.