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Queer Migrations

The University of Adelaide, RMIT, and the History Trust of South Australia are carrying out a research project funded by the Australian Research Council (LP180100251) which investigates the role that sexuality and gender diversity played in migration to, and mobility within, South Australia, 1950-1999. Interested community members are invited to attend a focus group where you can find out more about participating in the project, share personal stories about migration experiences, and contribute to conversation about the role that museums might play in collecting and documenting LBGTIQ+ histories. Bookings essential.

Presented by University of Adelaide, RMIT University, History Trust of South Australia

When

Wed 26 May, 6-7.30pm

Where

Memorial Hall, Torrens Parade Ground, Victoria Dr, Adelaide

Price

Free

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Contact

Nikki Sullivan, 8203 9888, nsullivan@history.sa.gov.au

Info

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