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Volume 1, Number 2, Summer 2014

Table of Contents

Paying Mind to GLBTQ Pasts

pp. v-vii


A Community’s Response to the Problem of Invisibility: The Queer Newark Oral History Project

pp. 1-14

The Campaign for Atlanta: An Act of Research

pp. 15-37

Transgender Worldmaking in Cyberspace: Historical Activism on the Internet

pp. 38-60

Displaying the Queer Past: Purposes, Publics, and Possibilities at the GLBT History Museum

pp. 61-78

Notes on The Pop-Up Museum of Queer History

pp. 79-90

Giovanni’s Room in the LGBT* Movement

pp. 91-110

How to Make the Most of Our Quistory

pp. 111-114

The Absence of Context: Gay Politics without a Past

pp. 115-131

Reanimating Archiving/Archival Corporealities: Deploying “Big Ears” in De Rigueur Mortis Intervention

pp. 132-159

Queer Conversations

Pleasure and Pain in Black Queer Oral History and Performance: E. Patrick Johnson and Jason Ruiz in Conversation

pp. 160-180

From Vernacular to Official—and the Spaces in Between

pp. 181-185

The DIY Archive

pp. 186-189

Trust and the Activist Archivist

pp. 190-194

Queering the Archive

pp. 195-199

Preserving the Footprints of Transgender Activism: The Transgender Archives at the University of Victoria

pp. 200-204

A Revisionist History: How Archives are Used to Reverse the Erasure of Queer People in Contemporary History

pp. 205-209

Book Reviews

The Queer Limit of Black Memory: Black Lesbian Literature and Irresolution by Matt Richardson (review)

pp. 210-213

Against Equality: Prisons Will Not Protect You Edited by Ryan Conrad (review)

pp. 214-216

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