“Today we look at the footnote, the home of many queer people throughout history, and we look closer.”
Through our history we can look toward the future of queer media makers, creators, educators, activists, and those making history daily by living their lives. We share queer history with audiences using their experiences. From those first diving into queer history to those deeply involved in the study, we offer workshops, talks, and lectures for all levels. With speakers located in the United States and Canada, we have a number of workshops on topics like the history of queer media, disability and queerness, and more.
Laura Mills | Edmonton
Dean Strauss | Chicago
Canadian Queer History
Learn about the history of queerness throughout Canada.
Stories & Lessons
Three chosen stories of queer history and what they teach us.
The History of Queer Media
Explore queer film and television of yesterday and tomorrow.
US Queer History
Learn about the history of queerness throughout the US.
Disability & Queerness
Dive into the history of disabled queer folks. (US only)
Explore the history of asexuality from people, symbols, and movements.
One workshop just isn’t enough? Consider bringing us in for a multi-day workshop series! With your chosen topic or topics, we’ll prepare a series of in-depth workshops going into far more detail than one workshop can offer. Whether you’re interested in a monthly series or a week-long training, we can work with you to design the perfect series for you.
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