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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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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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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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Remembering the Past, Queering the Present

Today, OSQA was in the spotlight for a Collections at the Center event. Students, faculty, and staff of Oregon State, as well as local community members, joined us in an exploration of local activist histories as queer inspiration for contemporary … Continue reading

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“Occupying Margins” A Panel Discussion on Gender

“This panel aims to spotlight the lived experiences of non-binary/genderqueer/gender non-conforming folx who live beyond the gender binary” As part of Trans Awareness Week on OSU’s campus, SOL and the Pride Center hosted an event entitled “Occupying Margins: A Panel … Continue reading

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Glitter in the Archives!

Today, OSQA hosted its first ever crafting event as part of OSU’s Queer History Month celebrations. We supplied attendees with copies of archival materials, including images from the Pride Center records, old event flyers, After 8 materials, and of course, … Continue reading

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OSQA at the 2016 Pride Center Connect Event

It’s the beginning of a new academic year and the beginning of OSQA’s 3rd year! We were thrilled to be invited by the OSU Pride Center to participate as part of its PC Connect event. OSQA shared a table with … Continue reading

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“LGBTQ+ Activism in Oregon: Then and Now” ~ an OSU Queer Archives Exhibit

Join the OSU Queer Archives in highlighting a newly acquired collection, the After 8 Records! After 8 was an organization that championed for LGBTQ+ rights in Benton County during the 1990s. The OSU Libraries and Press PROMISE Intern 2016, Cece Lantz, curated a small exhibit that features … Continue reading

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OSQA and History Course Collaboration: An OSQA Oral History Project

This spring term, the OSU Queer Archives (OSQA) collaborated with the history class HST 368 Lesbian and Gay Movements in Modern America with Professor Mina Carson. Carson, along with OSQA co-founders Natalia Fernández, Curator and Archivist of the Oregon Multicultural … Continue reading

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An OSQA Oral History: John Helding

To celebrate Pride Week 2016, OSQA hosted an event to share information on conducting oral history interviews. The event included an in-person interview with John Helding, an OSU alum who participated in a 1981 ASOSU vote to fund the Gay … Continue reading

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