Pat Hogan

Gwen and Pat

In this episode of The Lesbian Show, Louise brings back an interview with Gwen about coal mining and worshipping the goddess as a witch ("Gwen" in this collection), and Deirdre Akin interviews Pat Hogan, the organizer of the 3rd annual witch camp July 2nd-9th 1989, about witches and about Merlin Stone.
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June 08, 1989
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Gwen
Pat Hogan
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Louise Hutchinson
Deirdre Akin
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English
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Pat and Nadine 2

Interview 2 of 2.
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Pat Hogan
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Nadine Boulay
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Community

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Identity

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Social Life

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Spaces

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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.

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Pat and Nadine 1

Interview 1 of 2.
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Date of interview: 
June 13, 2013
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Pat Hogan
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Nadine Boulay
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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.

Identity

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Content includes significant discussion of identity/ies (including gender, sexual, racial, religious, and class) and how one self-identifies, and/or significant discussion of the process of finding or determining one’s identity/ies.

Social Life

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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.

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