Digital Transgender Archive
"The DTA will provide a centralized hub for transgender-related historical materials, including born-digital materials, materials contributed by independent projects, and information on archival holdings throughout the U.S., Canada, and Germany.
In order to improve access to transgender history, the DTA will virtually merge these disparate archival collections, digital materials, and independent projects through an expansive and highly adaptable search engine. With rich primary source materials and powerful search tools, the DTA will offer a generative point of entry into the fascinating and expansive world of and expansive world of transgender history.
In collaboration with a number of scholars, students, activists, archivists, and developers, the DTA is being developed by K.J. Rawson, Assistant Professor of English at the College of the Holy Cross."