Category Archives: OMA

Max Geier The Color of Night Research Files

In February of 2016, the author Max Geier came to OSU to give a book talk about his recently published book, The Color of Night: Race, Railroaders, and Murder in the Wartime West – the OMA was in the process … Continue reading

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OSU Multiracial Beavers Oral History Project, 2016-2017

The OSU Multiracial Beavers Oral History Project, 2016-2017, was intended to capture the origin stories of the Oregon State University Multiracial Beavers initiative and share the experiences of Multiracial individuals at OSU. For more information, see the OSU Multiracial Beavers … Continue reading

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The OMA at SAA 2017

This summer the OMA presented at the annual conference of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) held in our very own state of Oregon! The OMA presented “Oregon’s LGBTQ+ and Communities of Color: Community-Based Oral History Projects” as part of … Continue reading

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OSQA and History Course Collaboration: A Continuation of the OSQA Oral History Project

This spring term, the OSU Queer Archives (OSQA) once again collaborated with the history class HST 368 Lesbian and Gay Movements in Modern America with Professor Mina Carson. In the Spring of 2016, Dr. Carson, along with OSQA co-founders Natalia … Continue reading

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Social Justice Tour of Corvallis III

For the third time, the OMA once again collaborated with the class Ethnic Studies 553: Ethnohistory Methodology taught by Professor Natchee Barnd. The course’s six students came to the OMA, and took a trip to the archives at the Benton … Continue reading

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OSQA featured in Archival Practice

Ever wondered how OSQA got started and the process behind establishing a new archive? Now you can learn! OSQA co-founders Natalia Fernandez and Bradley Boovy co-wrote the article “Co-Founding a Queer Archives: a collaboration between an archivist and a professor” published in … Continue reading

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OMA Intern ~ Karen Tockman

Winter term 2017 I had the opportunity to fulfill my MLIS internship at the Special Collections and Archives Research Center (SCARC). I decided that instead of focusing my time in one particular area, I would do more of a general … Continue reading

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The OMA Featured in the OLA Quarterly

The Oregon Library Association’s quarterly journal, the OLAQ, just published a fantastic issue featuring the work of various members from REFORMA OR – and the OMA is a member! REFORMA OR is the state branch of the National REFORMA Organization. REFORMA Oregon is … Continue reading

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Consent is A-sexy and Required: Healthy Relationships with Asexual and Aromantic People (Panel)

This panel was part of  the line-up of Pride Week 2017 events, and considers what healthy relationships look like when centering asexual and aromantic identities. The ace and aro community face high levels of sexual violence and corrective rape, and … Continue reading

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Latinx Heritage Month Display: ES 212 Winter 2017

Latinx Heritage Month 2017 an Exhibit by the Students of Ethnic Studies 212 Survey of Chicano/a – Latino/a Studies Professor Marta Maldonado This winter 2017 course was a survey of key concepts and ideas in Latinx Studies, with a focus … Continue reading

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