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Due to COVID-19, we are closed to the public. Please see the SCARC COVID-19 information website for more information.
For general questions or support, see the contact information below.
Natalia Fernández, Associate Professor, Curator and Archivist of the Oregon Multicultural Archives and OSU Queer Archives Oregon State University
OSU Libraries and Press: Special Collections and Archives Research Center
Bradley Boovy, Associate Professor of German and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Co-Founder of the OSU Queer Archives
Contact Professor Boovy with questions about curriculum development or research related to history of sexuality at OSU
The mission of the OSU Queer Archives is to preserve and share the stories, histories, and experiences of LGBTQ+ people within the OSU and Corvallis communities. OSQA was established in the Fall of 2014.
This mission is rooted in three central commitments:
This guide is home to a number of materials relating to LGBTQ+ histories in Corvallis and the surrounding area. Use the tabs at the top of the screen to explore our various collections, which include both physical and digital materials. Don't see what you're looking for here? Feel free to contact us for assistance, or with suggestions on how we can grow our collection!
If there are any materials that are only available in the physical archives, you are welcome to come to the Valley Library 5th Floor Reading Room to request to view the materials you need; check out these helpful pages regarding our facilities and FAQs.