Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/49182
Type: Recording, oral
Title: Duncan’s dead but we’re alive : lesbian and gay activism in South Australia in the seventies
Other Titles: Lesbian and gay activism in South Australia in the 70s
Author: Willett, Graham
Publisher: Radio Adelaide
Issue Date: 2008
Organisation: Friends of the University of Adelaide Library
History Trust of South Australia
Radio Adelaide
University of Adelaide
Abstract: In the 1970s, Adelaide was at the centre of Australian lesbian and gay politics. Adelaide was the setting for the murder of Dr Duncan and the nation’s first (and second!) attempt at homosexual law reform and the Third National Homosexual Conference.
Subject: Willett, Graham
Duncan, George
Gay liberation movement South Australia
Gay rights South Australia
Lesbianism South Australia
Homosexuality South Australia
Authors Anecdotes
Law reform South Australia
Description: Presented by the Friends of the Barr Smith Library and the History Trust of SA, 12 June 2008, Ira Raymond Room, Barr Smith Library, the University of Adelaide. Recorded at the Ira Raymond Room, Barr Smith Library, the University of Adelaide, 12 June 2008.
Appears in Collections:Friends of the University of Adelaide Presentations

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