From the Archive: an LGBTQ History of Kentucky
Dr. Coleman is the Co-founder and President of the Faulkner Morgan Archive, Inc., a nonprofit that saves and shares the LGBTQ history of Kentucky.
He was the James Still Fellow at the University of Kentucky, earning his doctorate in history in 2014. He often lectures on queer history and was a consultant for the Kentucky LGBT Heritage Initiative funded by the National Park Service. Coleman’s first book, Anywhere, Together: A Queer History of Kentucky, is forthcoming from the University Press of Kentucky.
During his lecture, Dr. Coleman will share stories, photos, and artifacts from the Faulkner Morgan Archive collection. Founded in 2014, the archive now houses 15,000 items and has collected more than 250 hours of oral histories.
This program is sponsored by the Kentucky Genealogical Society and is free to the public.
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