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Cordes, Drew | oral history, July 26, 2013 (part 9)

Date
2013-07-26T01:00:01Z-2013-07-26T23:59:59Z
Abstract

Drew Cordes is a transgenderqueer who graduated from Vassar with a degree in English in 2004. Drew was born in Boston, Massachusetts. Drew moved to Saratoga Springs as a baby, moved to Rochester, New York, and finally moved to Glens Falls, New York at 6 years old. Drew formed a grassroots group

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Cordes, Drew, Logan Keane, and Roady Dog

Image
84617-Service File.jpg
Date
July 26, 2013
Abstract

Picture of Drew Cordes, Logan Keane, and Roady Dog during interview.

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Greene, Brandon | oral history, March 21, 2014 (part 1):

Date
March 21, 2014,March 21, 2014
Abstract

Born in Albany, New York; moved to North Carolina at 8 years old; move back to Albany at 11 years old; moved to Kennesaw, Georgia at 14 years old; graduated from Vassar in 2013; went back to Albany after graduation. Current occupation: Artist.

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Greene, Brandon | oral history, March 21, 2014 (part 2):

Date
March 21, 2014
Abstract

Born in Albany, New York; moved to North Carolina at 8 years old; move back to Albany at 11 years old; moved to Kennesaw, Georgia at 14 years old; graduated from Vassar in 2013; went back to Albany after graduation. Current occupation: Artist.

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Harriford, Diane | oral history, July 19, 2013 (part 1) (no audio):

Date
July 19, 2013
Abstract

Harriford is currently Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at Vassar College. Harriford grew up in Sioux City Iowa, went to Oberlin and then SUNY Stony Brook, and came to Vassar in 1988. Professor Harriford teaches courses in sex and gender, Black intellectual history, and Black feminism

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Harriford, Diane | oral history, July 19, 2013 (part 2) (no audio):

Date
July 19, 2013,,,July 19, 2013
Abstract

Harriford is currently Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at Vassar College. Harriford grew up in Sioux City Iowa, went to Oberlin and then SUNY Stony Brook, and came to Vassar in 1988. Professor Harriford teaches courses in sex and gender, Black intellectual history, and Black feminism

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Harriford, Diane | oral history, July 19, 2013 (part 3):

Date
July 19, 2013,,,,July 19, 2013
Abstract

Harriford is currently Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at Vassar College. Harriford grew up in Sioux City Iowa, went to Oberlin and then SUNY Stony Brook, and came to Vassar in 1988. Professor Harriford teaches courses in sex and gender, Black intellectual history, and Black feminism

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Harriford, Diane | oral history, July 19, 2013 (part 4):

Date
July 19, 2013,,,,,July 19, 2013
Abstract

Harriford is currently Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at Vassar College. Harriford grew up in Sioux City Iowa, went to Oberlin and then SUNY Stony Brook, and came to Vassar in 1988. Professor Harriford teaches courses in sex and gender, Black intellectual history, and Black feminism

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Harriford, Diane | oral history, July 19, 2013 (part 5):

Date
July 19, 2013,,,July 19, 2013
Abstract

Harriford is currently Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at Vassar College. Harriford grew up in Sioux City Iowa, went to Oberlin and then SUNY Stony Brook, and came to Vassar in 1988. Professor Harriford teaches courses in sex and gender, Black intellectual history, and Black feminism

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Harriford, Diane | oral history, July 19, 2013 (part 6):

Date
July 19, 2013,,,July 19, 2013
Abstract

Harriford is currently Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at Vassar College. Harriford grew up in Sioux City Iowa, went to Oberlin and then SUNY Stony Brook, and came to Vassar in 1988. Professor Harriford teaches courses in sex and gender, Black intellectual history, and Black feminism

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Harriford, Diane | oral history, July 19, 2013 (part 7):

Date
July 19, 2013,,,July 19, 2013
Abstract

Harriford is currently Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at Vassar College. Harriford grew up in Sioux City Iowa, went to Oberlin and then SUNY Stony Brook, and came to Vassar in 1988. Professor Harriford teaches courses in sex and gender, Black intellectual history, and Black feminism

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Harriford, Diane | oral history, July 19, 2013 (transcript)

Abstract

Harriford is currently Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at Vassar College. Harriford grew up in Sioux City Iowa, went to Oberlin and then SUNY Stony Brook, and came to Vassar in 1988. Professor Harriford teaches courses in sex and gender, Black intellectual history, and Black feminism

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Ringel, Lance | oral history, July 15, 2013 (part 1):

Date
July 15, 2013,July 15, 2013
Abstract

Lance was born in Bloomington, Illinois and grew up in Decatur, Illinnois. He went to college in Washington, D.C., where he worked on political campaigns on Capitol Hill, and then to the University of Pittsburgh for graduate school. He then worked at the National Gay Task Force, was president of the

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Ringel, Lance | oral history, July 15, 2013 (part 2):

Date
July 15, 2013,July 15, 2013
Abstract

Lance was born in Bloomington, Illinois and grew up in Decatur, Illinnois. He went to college in Washington, D.C., where he worked on political campaigns on Capitol Hill, and then to the University of Pittsburgh for graduate school. He then worked at the National Gay Task Force, was president of the

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Ringel, Lance | oral history, July 15, 2013 (part 3):

Date
July 15, 2013,July 15, 2013
Abstract

Lance was born in Bloomington, Illinois and grew up in Decatur, Illinnois. He went to college in Washington, D.C., where he worked on political campaigns on Capitol Hill, and then to the University of Pittsburgh for graduate school. He then worked at the National Gay Task Force, was president of the

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Ringel, Lance | oral history, July 15, 2013 (part 4):

Date
July 15, 2013
Abstract

Lance was born in Bloomington, Illinois and grew up in Decatur, Illinnois. He went to college in Washington, D.C., where he worked on political campaigns on Capitol Hill, and then to the University of Pittsburgh for graduate school. He then worked at the National Gay Task Force, was president of the

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Ringel, Lance | oral history, July 15, 2013 (part 5):

Date
July 15, 2013
Abstract

Lance was born in Bloomington, Illinois and grew up in Decatur, Illinnois. He went to college in Washington, D.C., where he worked on political campaigns on Capitol Hill, and then to the University of Pittsburgh for graduate school. He then worked at the National Gay Task Force, was president of the

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Ringel, Lance | oral history, July 15, 2013 (part 6):

Date
July 15, 2013
Abstract

Lance was born in Bloomington, Illinois and grew up in Decatur, Illinnois. He went to college in Washington, D.C., where he worked on political campaigns on Capitol Hill, and then to the University of Pittsburgh for graduate school. He then worked at the National Gay Task Force, was president of the

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Ringel, Lance | oral history, July 15, 2013 (part 7):

Date
July 15, 2013
Abstract

Lance was born in Bloomington, Illinois and grew up in Decatur, Illinnois. He went to college in Washington, D.C., where he worked on political campaigns on Capitol Hill, and then to the University of Pittsburgh for graduate school. He then worked at the National Gay Task Force, was president of the

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Robertson, Karen | oral history, July 18, 2013 (transcript)

Abstract

Karen Robertson was born in Alabama, grew up in Kansas and England, went to high school in Boston, and went to college at Barnard before going on to graduate school at Columbia; Robertson is a Senior Lecturer of English and Director of Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Vassar, where she has been

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