Special Collections is hosting a very special conversation, originally scheduled for #WomensHistoryMonth, with Edie Daly (She/Her/Hers), local lesbian activist and community organizer, and S. L. Crawley, PhD (They/Them/Theirs), Associate Professor in the USF Department of Sociology.
Monday, April 18th
6PM, virtual via Zoom
Link to join: bit.ly/3uscWo1
Join us as we explore gender and sexuality history and the role libraries serve in preserving, advocating for, and making accessible LGBTQ+ history materials.
Please RSVP to Christina Stevens at email@example.com.
About the Speakers
Edie is a feminist, lesbian, and peace activist that has served the greater Tampa Bay LGBTQ+ community through the decades. She donated the very first LGBTQ+ collection to Tampa Special Collections that served as the foundation of what is now one of our largest collecting area. Explore the new online exhibit about her life and collection at arcg.is/1LvCGD0.
Dr. Crawley’s areas of expertise include gender and sexualities theories, queer and feminist theory, epistemology and qualitative methods, and social psychology and sociology of sport focusing on productions of identity and social impacts on the physical body.