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Histories Now Visible: A Scholars' Panel on the Importance of LGBTQIA Oral History Projects

Judy Jarvis, Princeton LGBT Center Director will moderate a discussion with Professor Gill Frank, Visiting Fellow at Princeton's Center for the Study of Religion and Professor Jason Ruiz, Associate Professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Frank conducted oral histories about the history of disco in Chicago, supervised and organizaed the Underground Rhode Island oral history project, assigned student to conduct oral histories with LGBTQ alums at Colby College, and created a podcast Sexing History, which integrates oral histories into each episode, Ruiz was the co-founder and a board member of the Twin cities GLBT Oral History Project and co-edited the book "Queer Twin Cities: Politics, Histories, Spaces" (2010). At Notre Dame, he teaches courses in Latino studies, race and representation, queer studies, and popular culture.

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Sponsored by Princeton BTGALA, the LGBT Center, Gender and Sexuality Studies, the University Archives and the Princeton Histories Fund