Liz

Liz, Beth, & Susan

Two lesbians who are partners contrast their previous working life, as co-owners of a city bookstore, to their life in retirement on one of the Gulf Islands, and talk about adjusting to island life; the third interviewee, a lesbian, tells about moving to the island at a time of transition in her personal relationships.
00:00
 
00:00
 
00:00
 
Date of interview: 
[early 1990s]
Interviewee: 
Beth
Liz
Susan
Interviewer: 
Michael Riordon
Format: 
Audio
Language: 
English
Rights: 
Donor retains copyright / CC BY-NC 4.3
Restrictions: 
None
Dates mentioned: 
Topics: 

Work

Topic: Work

Content includes significant discussion of all types of labour and work, including: careers; unpaid or volunteer labour; emotional labour; sex work; activist or community work; and domestic/household work.

Spaces

Topic: Spaces

Content includes significant discussion of physical (and sometimes conceptual) spaces and locales including: urban spaces and life; rural spaces and life; private/domestic spaces; the home; neighbourhoods and ghettos; and semi-private or semi-public spaces such as women’s bookshops, community spaces, and land/living collectives.

Rating: 
0
No votes yet

Liz and Candice

Date of interview: 
August 2, 2013
Interviewee: 
Liz
Interviewer: 
Candice Klein
Format: 
Video
Language: 
English
Place of interview: 
Topics: 

Activism and Social Justice

Topic: Activism and Social Justice

Content includes discussion of matters related to activism and social justice, including but not limited to: political and social movements; activist work; community organizing; and protests and demonstrations.

Community

Topic: Community

Content includes significant discussion of: finding and/or being part of a community; community organizing or organizations; community building; or the relationships between communities.

Social Life

Topic: Social Life

Content includes significant discussion of all aspects of both public or private social life, leisure, and recreation, such as: social gatherings; events; nightlife; partying; clubs; sports; and bars/bar culture.

Spaces

Topic: Spaces

Content includes significant discussion of physical (and sometimes conceptual) spaces and locales including: urban spaces and life; rural spaces and life; private/domestic spaces; the home; neighbourhoods and ghettos; and semi-private or semi-public spaces such as women’s bookshops, community spaces, and land/living collectives.

Work

Topic: Work

Content includes significant discussion of all types of labour and work, including: careers; unpaid or volunteer labour; emotional labour; sex work; activist or community work; and domestic/household work.

Dates mentioned: 
Rating: 
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)