Visit the library for Pride in Research

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The Office of the Vice-Provost, Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies, Diversity Advisory Group, Research Services, and the Library are pleased to invite you to Pride in Research, a special exhibit of Royal Roads University master’s thesis and doctoral dissertation research on topics involving LGBTQI2S+ people and communities.

Eleven research projects are featured in this exhibit, each on their own coloured panel. Each panel either reflects one colour of the updated Pride flag which includes brown and black stripes to represent persons of colour, or the Trans flag which includes light pink, light blue and white stripes to signify traditional colours for baby boys, baby girls, and neutral gender, intersex or transitioning individuals (Azizi, 2018).
 
In addition to the work showcased here, the master’s thesis of Annie Morin (2018, MA Intercultural and International Communication), which consists of a short documentary titled I Am Max: A Story of Self-Advocacy and Empowerment, is also available for viewing in the Library Showcase screening room.
 
To explore research on these and other topics by RRU students and faculty, please access our institutional repository, VIURRSpace.

The exhibit is held in the Royal Roads University Library on the lower level in front of Pond 3 from June 30 to July 8. We look forward to welcoming you!

Azizi, J. (2018, August 10). UBC adds black and brown stripes, changes name of Pride installation following feedback. Retrieved from ubyssey.ca.