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Arlowe Clementine

Oklahoma State University

Women, Gender and Sexualities



David and Brieanne Matter Scholarhip

Arlowe Sue Clementine is a proud nonbinary Okie from Tulsa. Clementine received their undergraduate degree in American Studies with a minor in Women and Gender Studies in 2018 as well as their graduate degree in Public History in 2022 from Oklahoma State University. Arlowe leverages their lived experience as a previous doula, youth worker, sexual health educator, and community organizer to record the lives and legacies of queer individuals from the Midwest through oral history methodologies and archival preservation. Clementine is joining the University of Kansas’ Women Gender and Sexualities Doctoral Program in the Fall of 2022 and will continue to create accessible 2SLGBTQIA+ history and popular culture content. Arlowe is passionate about bridging the gap between queer youth and elders as a path toward community healing. After graduation, Clementine hopes to aid in the creation of a Bible Belt 2SLGBTQIA+ museum and community space.

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