HistoryProjectInterview

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> * What does Halifax mean to you? Is Halifax an accepting community, both from other gays and lesbians and from people in the wider community?
> * Did you come from away (other parts of Canada, NS)? Was the social environment of Halifax different from where you came from, if so how was it different?

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> * How do queens/kings see themselves being perceived in the wider (read straight) NS/HRM community?

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< '''The Halifax Region'''
< * What does Halifax mean to you then, as a drag performer? Is Halifax an accepting community, both from other gays and lesbians and from people in the wider community?
< * Did you come from away (other parts of Canada, NS)? Was the social environment of Halifax different from where you came from, if so how was it different?
< * How do queens/kings see themselves being perceived in the wider (read straight) NS/HRM community?


DonGoss? recommends reading ''Recording Oral History: A Guide for the Humanities & Social Sciences''

Materials

Here is a list of questions to ask HistoryPeople when you're interviewing. As of May 2004: severely under construction.

Short Form

Life issues

Community

Then can take him or her into his key areas of interest.

In closing

Drag Queen Stuff

Performance/Personae

Drag community

History

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