31 Mar Oral history of ontreal lesbian and queer women
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Dr. Alex Ketchum, of McGill University, compiled alongside her team 18 oral interviews of queer and lesbian women who have been involved in their communities, from the 1970s to today. These interviews are testimoniales of establishments and social events which created the cultural wealth of queer and lesbian Montreal communities.
After a year of work Dr. Ketchum and her team (Eléa Regembal, Laine McCrory, Jesssana Akehurst, and Talia Pirsch), transferred the compilation of interviews to the Archives lesbiennes du Québec and the Archives gaies du Québec.
At the AGQ, most of the interviews, as well as their transcripts, are available for consultation under the archival fonds AGQ-F0213, Montreal Lesbian and Queer Women’s Oral History Project.