Histories of LGBTQ+ Movements and Minorities in Europe and in Canada

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Thursday, June 20th, 2019

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Thursday, June 20, 20192:00PM - 5:00PMUniversity College 140
15 King's College Circle
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In partnership with EUNIC Global, the Sexual Diversity Studies Program at the University of Toronto, the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy and the ArQuives, the cultural services of the Embassy of France organizes a panel on LGBTQ+ archives in Europe and Canada with a focus on the untold and invisible stories of the movements. The role of archives in the LGBTQ+ community will be discussed, especially as regards to the empowerment and the struggles of the community. This panel will also be the occasion to question the place of the minorities inside the community, and to see how the borderline between art and archives can be overstepped.


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