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LGBTQIA+ History At Stout

Object Type: Folder


Stout Series 207 - Materials include meeting minutes, event descriptions, and posters

1994, 2000-2003

Stout Series 295, Box 3, Folder 3: By Laws and Constitutions G-H; Includes UW-Stout Student Organization Constitution.


Stout Series 150, Box 29, Folder 8: Gay Awareness; Includes correspondence, trainings, and the Gay and Lesbian Awareness Development Constitution (G.L.A.D.).


Stout Series 150, Box 29, Folder 26: Residence Advisor Gay Awareness Training; Includes Training Materials for the Residence Hall Advisors.


Stoutonia Volume 84

14 October 1993

Stout Series 134 - Introduction to Women's Studies course was taught by Mary Richards as an interdisciplinary course from 1975 to 1978. The course continued to be taught and later a Women's Studies Minor was developed.

1973-1977; 1986

Stout Series 207, Box 42, Folder 10; Includes Correspondence between organizations at UW-Stout.


Stout Series 207, Box 43, Folder 10: Stout AIDS Commission; Includes Meeting Minutes.


Rebecca Kuske (she/her/hers) is the Digital Archivist and Records Officer at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She has worked with Dr. Rickie-Ann Legleitner to establish an ongoing oral history project to document experiences and stories from the LGBTQIA+ community at UW-Stout. The oral histories have been conducted by UW-Stout Introduction to Queer Studies students from Fall 2021 and Fall 2022. Interviewees include students, alumni, staff, and faculty members.

April 6, 2022

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