Casey Georgi hosts an episode focusing on individuals who have been directly impacted by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The episode features excerpts from interviews with Kelly Arbor, Howard Solomon, Kennedy Barteaux, Frank Brooks, Janet O'Day, and Tom Antonik.
Querying the Past was a 6-week special series that aired on Thursday evenings 7-7:30pm. The first episode began on Thursday June 14th in honor of Pride Portland Week. This series comes from the LGBTQ Maine Oral History Project that collected and preserved the voices and stories of members of the Southern Maine LGBTQ community. The Principal Investigator for this project was Dr. Wendy Chapkis, Professor of Sociology and Women & Gender Studies at the University of Southern Maine. From 2016-18, Professor Chapkis was also the Faculty Scholar for the Sampson Center’s LGBTQ+ Collection. The LGBTQ Maine Oral History Project integrated USM students into the process of community-based research; after being trained each fall, students served as interviewers and transcribers of the oral histories.
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WMPG, Querying the Past, oral history, LGBTQ, University of Southern Maine, Wendy Chapkis, HIV/AIDS, Kelly Arbor, Howard Solomon, Kennedy Barteaux, Frank Brooks, Janet O'Day, Tom Antonik
Georgi, Casey, "HIV/AIDS" (2018). Querying the Past Radio. 2.