Martin Duberman

Winner, Bancroft Prize
Finalist, Pulitzer Prize
Finalist, National Book Award

Martin Duberman is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History at the CUNY Graduate Center, where he founded and for a decade directed the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies. The author of more than twenty books—including Andrea Dworkin, Paul Robeson, Radical Acts, Waiting to Land, A Saving Remnant, Howard Zinn, The Martin Duberman Reader, Hold Tight Gently, and No One Can Silence Me, all published by The New Press—Duberman has won a Bancroft Prize and been a finalist for both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. He lives in New York City.

News and Reviews

Kirkus Reviews

Read a starred review of Andrea Dworkin: The Feminist as Revolutionary in Kirkus Reviews.

The American Bar Association has awarded Nell Bernstein’s Burning Down the Hous

Hold Tight Gently honored by the American Library Association

Award-winning author Martin Duberman’s Hold Tight Gently: Michael Callen, Essex Hemphill, and th

The Washington Post

Sarah Kaplan from The Washington Post writes about the efforts of Martin Duberman and others to bring the work of poet Essex Hemphill to a wider audience.

Pages

Books by Martin Duberman

Andrea Dworkin
The Feminist as Revolutionary

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Hold Tight Gently
Michael Callen, Essex Hemphill, and the Battlefield of AIDS

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Howard Zinn
A Life on the Left

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The Martin Duberman Reader
The Essential Historical, Biographical, and Autobiographical Writings

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Radical Acts
Collected Political Plays

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A Saving Remnant
The Radical Lives of Barbara Deming and David McReynolds

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Waiting to Land
A (Mostly) Political Memoir, 1985-2008

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