Oral History Review.
ORAL HISTORY REVIEW v. 43, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 2016): Special Issue: "Listening to and Learning from LGBTQ Lives." Issue editor: Stephanie Gilmore. Publisher: Oxford University Press. ISSN: 0094-0798 (print), 1533-8592 (online). Available electronically to licensed users through Oxford University Press Journals.
Partial contents: "What Makes Queer Oral History Different," by Kevin P. Murphy, Jennifer L. Pierce, & Jason Ruiz; "Embodied Knowledge and Accessible Community: An Oral History of 'Four Rehearsals and a Performance,'" by Liam Lair & Ashley Mog; "No Cinderella Story: Friends Remember Ben Scott 'Benderella' Rae," by Laura S. Hodgman; "Surprised by Activism: The Effects of One Oral History on Its Queer Steel-Working Narrators," by Anne Balay; '"In People's Faces for Lesbian and Gay Rights': Stories of Activism in Madison, Wisconsin, 1970 to 1990," by Scott C. Seyforth & Nichole Barnes; "Behind the Scenes at the Gayzette: The Gay Student Union and Queer World Making at UCLA in the 1970s," by David A. Reichard; "The Carolina Gay Association, Oral History, and Coming Out at the University of North Carolina," by T. Evan Faulkenbury & Aaron Hayworth; '"Bring Your Whole Self to Work': Identity and Intersectional Politics in the Louisville LGBTQ Movement," by Catherine Fosl & Lara Kelland; '"That's What Music Is About--It Strikes a Chord': Proposing a Queer Method of Listening to the Lives and Music of LGBTQs," by Marion Wasserbauer; "Reclaiming the Lesbian Archives," by Elise Chenier.
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|Title Annotation:||Special Issues/Thematic Sections|
|Author:||Annis, Ashley Hartman|
|Publication:||Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jun 22, 2016|
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