Capturing Transgender History
The Oral History Centre would like to congratulate Jase Falk on completing the first phase of the “Capturing Transgender History” oral history project. Jase began the project in 2019, after being awarded the Abe and Bertha Arnold Oral History Grant.
Jase Falk (Portrait Provided by the University of Winnipeg).
Working with the OHC along the way, including using equipment loaned by the Centre, funds from the grant were used to cover costs associated with interviewing, including post-processing and transcription. As a result, Jase produced a set of 5 interviews that are archive-ready, and will be preserved in the OHC Archive.
Read the full UWinnipeg News story about Jase’s work to learn more about thier project, and to find the link to their audio blog post about the project.
The purpose of the Abe and Bertha Arnold grant is to award an individual or group funds toward establishing an oral history project that works to document community histories in relation to areas of inquiry that have been traditionally neglected by scholars.
We are currently accepting applications for the grant until April 17, 2020.
You can find the application form and criteria on our website.