New Directions in Queer Oral History

New Directions in Queer Oral History

This comprehensive international collection reflects on the practice, purpose and functionality of queer oral history, and in doing so, demonstrates the vibrancy and innovation of this rapidly evolving field. It is ideal for queer oral history for scholars, undergraduate and postgraduate students, and community-engaged practitioners.

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