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Thursday, September 26 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Balancing Public Availability and Sensitive Information in an LGBTQIA+ Oral History Project

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When the Red River Rainbow Seniors' oral history project, “Breaking Barriers: Harvesting LGBTQ Stories from the Northern Plains” made plans for interviews to be available to the public, especially online, concerns arose about risks related to information in the interviews. Consulting similar projects and reviewing literature, we developed a protocol respecting interviewees’ ownership of their interview and ensuring a balance between public availability and control of sensitive information.


Katrina Burch

Archives Associate, NDSU
Katrina Burch, MLIS, is one of the Archives Associates at North Dakota State University, since 2015. She graduated from San Jose State University in 2012 and is interested in rare books and the stories of those not often told.

Dr. Mark Chekola

Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, MSUM, Red River Rainbow Seniors
Mark Chekola, PhD, is Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at Minnesota State University Moorhead. He is a member of Red River Rainbow Seniors. For the “Breaking Barriers” Oral History Project he serves as an editorial committee member and interviewer.
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Dr. Tammy SJ Lanaghan

Principal Transcriber, Red River Rainbow Seniors
Tammy Lanaghan, PhD, has engaged theories of sexuality and gender construction, transgressive acts of worship and narratives of sacred place. This has supported her work to promote interreligious and intercultural dialogue. She serves on the committee for the Red River Rainbow Seniors... Read More →

Thursday September 26, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm CDT
Room 5 805 E. Beaton Dr., West Fargo, ND 58078
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