The National Queer and Trans+ Community History Conference will take place at MacEwan University May 3-4, 2024 in Edmonton, Alberta.
The conference is designed to bring together 2SLGBTQ+ community members, non-profit organizations, heritage professionals, historians, academics, emerging scholars, and students who have an interest in documenting, preserving, and celebrating diverse and intersectional queer and trans+ histories in Canada.
We welcome submissions for presentation proposals from 2SLGBTQ+ community and grassroots organizers, non-profit organizations, researchers and students, heritage and archivist professionals, and government or policy makers working on any aspect of queer and trans+ histories in Canada.
The National Queer and Trans+ Community History Conference is supported by MacEwan University, MacEwan Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity, Egale Canada, The ArQuives, The LGBT Purge Fund, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, The Chair in Transgender Studies, ActiveHistory.ca, National Trust for Canada, Edmonton Queer History Project, and Stollery Charitable Foundation.
For further information please see the link to the Call for Presentations