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Finding Our History: A Conversation About LGBT Collections and Exhibitions
To celebrate LGBT History Month, join our group of panelists for a showcase of 2SLGBTQIA-focused collections, exhibitions, and history projects from across Atlantic Canada. Moderated by Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors' Archive founder Jacqueline Gahagan, panelists will discuss how these projects enable members of the community to find, access, and interact with information about 2SLGBTQIA history in the region. The panelists were: Meredith J. Batt, Daze Jefferies, Robin Metcalfe, Rachel Moore, and Denyse Rodrigues. Panelist bios avilable here.
Thursday, October 28, 3–4 p.m.
A Conversation about LGBT Seniors’ Archives in the Atlantic Region
Join the founder of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors Archive, Jacquie Gahagan, and panelists from the Atlantic region for a conversation about the importance of preserving and sharing our histories.
Meredith Batt, Archivist, Provincial Archives of New Brunswick / Archives provinciales du Nouveau-Brunswick
Ailsa Craig, Professor of Sociology and Interim Dean for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Nola Etkin, Dean of Science and Professor of Chemistry at the University of Prince Edward Island
Rachel Moore, Research Assistant, NS LGBT Seniors Archive
Jess Wilton, PhD candidate at York University
Wednesday, August 18, 12–1 p.m. (AST)
Launch of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors Archive
You are invited to join us for the launch of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors Archive, a project the Dalhousie Libraries has been supporting through the Dal Archives.
The Dalhousie Archives are proud to provide a home for these materials, which tell the history of the LGBT community in this province. Learn more about this important collection and hear from some of the people who have been working on it since the beginning.
Thursday, October 15, 2020, 4–5 p.m.
2019 LGBT History Month Reception
People interested in the project and in 2SLGBT history gather to mingle and get a project update.
Welcome to the LGBT Archives' web site! We'll be updating the "Search The Collection" frequenly with finds and will be picking one feature item each week for the front page, in the "Find of the Week" section.