Clayton Howard

Assistant Professor, Department of History

Clayton Howard joined Ohio State's Department of History in 2013.  His research and teaching interests include U.S. urban/ suburban history, the history of sexuality, and political history.  Some of his classes include "Sex, Youth, and Culture Wars," and "History of Modern Urban America."

His article "Building a 'Family Friendly' Metropolis: Sexuality, the State, and Postwar Housing Policy" was recently published in The Journal of Urban History, and he is working on a book manuscript entitled The Closet and the Cul de Sac: Sex, Politics, and Suburbanization in Postwar California.

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