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  1. Through the Queer Looking-Glass: The Future of LGBTQ Public History
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  1. Ways of Interpreting Queer Pasts
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  1. The Queerest House in Cambridge
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  1. Queer Public History in Small-Town Wisconsin: The Pendarvis Historic Site and Interpreting the Queer Past
  2. Christopher Hommerding
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  1. Woman, Southern, Bisexual: Interpreting Ma Rainey and Carson McCullers in Columbus, Georgia
  2. Rebecca Bush
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  1. "I Speak for my Difference": Las Yeguas del Apocalipsis, Memory, and Performance in Chile's Transition to Democracy
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  1. Gay Life and Liberation, a Photographic Record of 1970s Belfast: Exhibiting Private Photographs and Oral Histories
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  1. Public Disclosures of Private Realities: HIV/AIDS and the Domestic Archive
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  1. Invisible Pathways: Public History By Queer Black Women In Newark
  2. Kristyn Scorsone
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  1. Investigating Kentucky's LBGTQ Heritage: Subaltern Stories from the Bluegrass State
  2. Catherine Fosl, Daniel Vivian
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  1. Over the Rainbow: Public History as Allyship in Documenting Kansas City's LGBTQ Past
  2. Christopher D. Cantwell, Stuart Hinds, Kathryn B. Carpenter
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  1. Just Like You Want Me to Be?: Gay and Lesbian Oral History Projects and the Frameworks of Public History
  2. Jodie Boyd
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  1. Taking Intersectionality Seriously: Learning from LGBTQ Heritage Initiatives for Historic Preservation
  2. Donna Graves, Gail Dubrow
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