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Avery Dame-Griff

Lecturer, Gender and Women's Studies, Gonzaga University, Washington State University

Avery Dame-Griff is a Lecturer of Gender and Women's Studies at Gonzaga University, as well as the primary curator of the Queer Digital History Project (, an independent community history project preserving information on early LGBTQ-specific communities. His book, The Two Revolutions (forthcoming from NYU Press) tracks how the Internet transformed transgender political organizing from the 1980s to the contemporary moment. His work has appeared in Internet Histories, Feminist Media Studies, the Journal of Language and Sexuality, Critical Studies in Media Communication, and TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly.


  • –present
    Visiting Assistant Professor, Appalachian State University, Appalachian State University


  • 2017 
    University of Maryland, College Park, Ph.D., Women's Studies