Last month the College Archives, Digital Scholarship Services and the Women’s & Gender Studies Program celebrated the launch of the new Queer Archives Project digital humanities site.

The Queer Archives Project is an interdisciplinary initiative designed to illuminate Lafayette’s Queer history, advance teaching, learning and research in the area of Queer Studies, and promote institutional transformation. The website, which is an outgrowth of the project, currently includes eight oral history interviews that are networked with over 140 archival objects through multiple themes and keywords.