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A) Scholarly Books
Politic-ing the Body: The Aesthetics of Masculinity During Gay Liberation, 1971-1987. University of Toronto Press. (under contract)
B) Journal Articles
Hrynyk, Nicholas. “No Sorrow, No Pity”: Intersections of Disability, HIV/AIDS, and Gay Male Masculinity in the 1980s,” Disability Studies Quarterly 42, no. 2 (2021). Read more…
Hrynyk, Nicholas. “Strutting Like a Peacock: Masculinity, Consumerism, and Men’s Fashion in Toronto, 1966- 1972.” Journal of Canadian Studies 49, no. 3 (Fall 2015): 76-110. Read More…
Hrynyk, Nicholas. “Beauty in a Box: Detangling the Roots of Canada’s Black Beauty Culture by Cheryl Thompson. (review).” Canadian Historical Review 101, no. 1 (February 2020): 133-134.
Hrynyk, Nicholas. “Making a Scene: Lesbians and Community across Canada, 1964-84 by Liz Millward (review).” Ontario History 109, no. 2 (Autumn 2017): 284-286.
Hrynyk, Nicholas. “Slumming: Sexual and Racial Encounters in American Nightlife, 1885-1940 by Chad Heap (review).” Studies in the Humanities 42, no. 1-2 (December 2015): 225-227.
Hrynyk, Nicholas, and Celeste E. Orr. Anticipated Violence and the Queer Subject. Book proposal accepted by Concordia University Press (June 2022 tentative submission).
Hrynyk, Nicholas, ‘“Let the Marginalized Speak for Themselves’: Queer Disability Activism in Ontario.” Oral interviews in progress, article for Canadian Historical Review.
Hrynyk, Nicholas, “The Cowboy Hat Will Never Fit Quite Right: Race, Disability, and Gay Liberation in Toronto, 1970-1985.” Archival research complete, article for The Journal of the History of Sexuality.