Donald B. Rosenthal (b. 1937) was Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Buffalo, State University of New York, where he studied and taught from 1964 to 1999. He served as Department Chairman for five of his 27 years as a full professor. His research interests included lesbian and gay community activism and the responses of New York State cities to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. In 2000, he retired to Charlotte, North Carolina.
The Donald B. Rosenthal Papers include an extensive collection of interviews with Capital District activists, an assortment of print publications regarding AIDS, and a series of material documenting the activities of the Capital District Gay and Lesbian Community Council (CDGLCC). The results of Rosenthal's research are represented by a collection of his own papers and lectures on gay activists' role in municipal politics and their responses to the spread of AIDS.
The collection is organized into 4 file series.
All items in this manuscript group were transferred to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.2006
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|1||1||Interview Transcripts (includes index to all transcripts)||1988-1989|
|1||5||Publications - New York State Task Force on Bias-Related Violence||1988|
|1||6||Publications - Needle Exchange Programs||1995-1996|
|2||1||Publications - New York State Reports on AIDS, general||1986-1991|
|2||2||Publications - New York State Department of Social Services - AIDS Update(Newsletter)||1987-1992|
|2||3||Publications - New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute (NYSDOHAI) - Focus on AIDS in New York State(Newsletter)||1991-1992|
|2||4||Publications - New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute (NYSDOHAI) - Reports||1991-1994|
|2||5||Publications - New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute (NYSDOHAI) - Reports||1994-1996|
|3||1||Publications - White House National AIDS Strategy||1997|
|3||2||Publications - Federal, Private and Nonprofit Publications on AIDS Crisis||1987-1992|
|3||3||Publications - Federal, Private and Nonprofit Publications on AIDS Crisis||1990-1997|
|3||4||"Albany Notes" (typescript)||1994|
|3||4||Dilemmas in the Development of AIDS Service Organizations in Upstate New York." Address to American Political Science Association (typescript)||1990|
|3||4||"Gay and Lesbian Political Mobilization and Regime Responsiveness in Four New York Cities." Urban Affairs ReviewVol. 32, No. 1 (article photocopy and 3 drafts)||1996 September|
|3||4||"Who 'Owns' AIDS Service Organizations? Governance Accountability in Non-Profit Organizations." PolityVol. 29, No. 1 (offprint and 2 drafts)||1996 Fall|
|3||5||AIDS Council of Northeastern New York||1989-1995|
|3||6||Albany Human Rights Ordinance||1992-1995|
|3||7||Empire State Pride Agenda||1990-2001|
|3||11||Support Ministries, Inc./ Ahana House||1992|
|6||5||Research notes; MemberNews||1994-1997|