Timothy Patrick McCarthy

Timothy Patrick McCarthy Bibliography:


Video:
     Opening Remarks, HKS Serves Day 2013, John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum, Harvard Kennedy School;  August 29, 2013.
     PolicyBrief: Tim McCarthy on the Supreme Court's DOMA Ruling, Harvard Kennedy School News;  June 26, 2013.
     Is a New Progressive Movement Upon Us?: Lessons from a Century of Social Justice Leadership, Malkin Penthouse, HKS;  April 24, 2013.
     Poetry reading and conversation with Karen Chase, Weil Town Hall, HKS;  March 6, 2013.
     The Hijacking of Religion by Politics and of Politics by Religion, Allison Dining Room, HKS;  December 6, 2012.
     Audre Lorde Human Rights Lecture Series: Darnell L. Moore, "What Freedom Feels Like", Land Hall, HKS;  November 7, 2012.
     A Public Conversation with Henry Abelove, Fong Auditorium, Harvard Yard;  October 3, 2012.
     Panel discussion following film "SERVICE: When Women Come Marching Home", Wiener Auditorium, HKS;  September 19, 2012.
     The Activists Studio: A conversation with civil rights lawyer, judge and author Gordon Martin, Jr., Allison Dining Room, HKS;  November 16, 2011.
     GRHR 2011, PM Session One, 'Culture Change: Schools, Churches, and the Media', Littauer 140, HKS;  April 16, 2011.
     GRHR 2011, Closing Plenary: 'How Does It Get Better?: New Directions in LGBT Equality', John F. Kennedy, Jr., Forum, HKS;  April 16, 2011.
     The Activist's Studio: A conversation with Roberta Achtenburg & Julie Davis, Starr Auditorium, HKS;  April 14, 2011.
     Global Queer Series, Part Three: 'LGBTQ Human Rights in Mexico and Latin America', Starr Auditorium, HKS;  March 29, 2011.
     The Fires This Time: Black Church Burnings in Contemporary America, Starr Auditorium, HKS;  March 8, 2011.
     Bending the Arc of Justice: Black History and the American Radical Tradition, Starr Auditorium, Harvard Kennedy School;  February 22, 2011.
     Timothy McCarthy moderates 'Renewing Democracy: Soul of a Citizen,' a discussion with author Paul Loeb, WGBH Cambridge Forum;  September 15, 2010.
     2010 'Gay rights as Human Rights' Conference Plenary Session, Nye Conference Center, Harvard Kennedy School;  April 23, 2010.
     Panel Discussion following screening of the film "The Day My God Died", Allison Dining Room, HKS;  October 15, 2009.
     Timothy McCarthy on Human Rights & Social Movements, HKS Insights Series;  September 21, 2009.
     Stonewall's Children: Life, Loss, and Love after Liberation, The 2009 Nicholas Papadopoulos Lecture, Harvard Kennedy School;  April 24, 2009.
     Antislavery Protest Literature in 19th Century America: Teaching the Untaught, Slavery and Antislavery: A New Research and Teaching Workshop, Arizona State Humanities Council;  October 13, 2006.
     Prophets of Protest: Literary Abolitionism and the Aesthetics of Equality, Department of English, Arizona State University;  October 12, 2006.

Speeches/Lectures:
     Let Us Be The Peacemakers,” Address at Harvard University Morning Prayers;  September 20, 2010.
     The Spirit of Resilience,” Commencement Address, Boston Clemente Course in the Humanities, Great Hall, Codman Square Health Center, Dorchester, MA;  June 24, 2009.
     Stonewall's Children: Life, Loss, and Love after Liberation,” The 2009 Nicholas Papadopoulos Lecture, Harvard Kennedy School;  April 24, 2009.
     “The Tenacity of Hope: Race, Politics, and the Meaning of Barack Obama,” Harvard Club of Cincinnati Annual Dinner;  February 4, 2009.
     “Proposition 8 and the Future of Marriage Equality,” David A. Clarke School of Law, University of the District of Columbia;  January 21, 2009.

Opinion-Editorial Pieces:
     Barack Obama: America's First Gay President?,” The Huffington Post;  October 9, 2009.
     The Man and the Movement,” The Harvard Crimson;  October 5, 2009.

Newspaper Articles:
     Howard Zinn at 90: Defending the People's Historian,” The Daily Beast;  August 27, 2012.
     Gaypril Flowers Across Campus,” The Harvard Crimson;  April 7, 2010.
     Finding Faith in Family,” The Harvard Crimson;  September 26, 2008.
     “Queer Eye for the History Guy,” The Harvard Crimson;  February 8, 2006.
     Fair Harvard,” The Harvard Crimson;  January 31, 2002.
     Why Hoxby is Wrong,” The Harvard Crimson;  October 25, 2001.
     A Tale of Two Campaigns,” The Harvard Crimson;  October 29, 1999.

Magazine Features:
     Tracking a Cultural Shift,” The Harvard Gazette;  June 25, 2013.
     A People's President,” Folha Online;  November 5, 2008.
     Is Barack Obama the Real Deal?,” Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide;  October 1, 2008.
     Homos, Hypocrites, and Haters,” The Nation;  September 4, 2007.

Journal Articles:
     The 'Hope' Stage is Over,” Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide; 17(2), March 1, 2010.
     Finding His Roots: Barack Obama and the 1960s,” The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture; 2(1): 49-78, June 1, 2009.
     “Introduction: A Special Issue on Race, Radicalism, and Historical Memory,” Journal for the Study of Radicalism; 3(1): ix-x11, April 1, 2009.
     An Interview with Suzy Post,” Journal for the Study of Radicalism; 3(1): 145-174, March 1, 2009.
     “A Test of Faith: Black Church Burnings and America's Enduring Crucible of Race,” Souls; VIII(1): 12-26, December 1, 2006.
     “In My Brother's House: White Scholars and the Future of Black Studies,” Souls; 6(3): 55-65, September 1, 2004.

Interviews:
     A Conversation with... Tim McCarthy, The Citizen;  March 11, 2010.
     Timothy McCarthy on Human Rights and Social Movements, Harvard Kennedy School Insight Series;  September 9, 2009.
     Big Think Interview With Tim McCarthy, BigThink.com;  August 26, 2009.

Books:
     The Indispensable Zinn,” New Press;  June 3, 2012.
     Protest Nation: Words That Inspired A Century of American Radicalism,” The New Press;  May 11, 2010.
     Prophets of Protest: Reconsidering the History of American Abolitionism,” the New Press;  March 29, 2006.
     The Radical Reader: A Documentary History of the American Radical Tradition,” The New Press;  March 21, 2003.

Book Chapters:
     “Introduction” in Prophets of Protest: Reconsidering the History of American Abolitionism, New Press;  March 29, 2006.
     “'To Plead Our Own Cause': Black Print Culture and the Origins of American Abolitionism” in Prophets of Protest: Reconsidering the History of American Abolitionism, The New Press;  March 29, 2006.
     Why I Write” in Why We Write: The Politics and Practice of Writing for Social Change, Routledge;  January 1, 2005.

Blog Posts:
     In Conversation: On the Landmark SCOTUS Decisions, Single-Variable Politics, and Movement Forward,” The Huffington Post;  July 3, 2013.

Audio:
     Panel Discussion: Panel 12, "Changing Hearts and Minds: the Cultural Work of LGBT Acceptence", eQualityThinking virtual convention, "Thinking Bigger and Acting Differently for full LGBTQ legal equality now";  March 20, 2011.
     Interview with Timothy Patrick McCarthy, Speaking Freely with Dennis;  October 16, 2009.


Please Note: This bibliography is not intended to represent a complete catalog of
the author's work. Selections displayed are generally limited to material
particularlly relevant to the Carr Center, its mission and activities.
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