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Gabryelle Iaconetti

Gabryelle Iaconetti (she/they) is a first year PhD student at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec under the supervision of Dr. Rachel Berger. While they focused on bisexual support group history in Toronto for their MA thesis, their doctoral research project aims to shift the focus from urban centres, examining the establishment of bisexual support groups in smaller Ontario cities. Gabryelle holds a BA and MA in History from Concordia University and MISt (Master of Information Studies) from McGill University. She is also an affiliate of Concordia University's Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS), serving on this year's organizing committee for their Emerging Scholars Symposium. Her research interests lie at the intersections of bisexual history, oral history, queer space, queer theory and archives.

Participant in the following FMS projects

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2023 – MA in History, Concordia University
2019 – MISt, McGill University
2017 – BA in Classics & History, Concordia University