We’ve partnered with Afro-Canadian Art to share some art pieces by Black Queer artists! Check out “Aunties”, 2020 by Queer Black artist Ghislan Timm! More of Afro-Canadian Art can be found hereFollow Afro-Canadian Art on Instagram!
We’ve partnered with Afro-Canadian Art to share some art pieces by Black Queer artists! Check out ‘Botanist’ by Black Queer artist Malik McKoy! 2019. Digital. More of Afro-Canadian Art can be found hereCheck out Afro-Canadian Art on Instagram!
This full-time three-month position, starting in mid-September 2021, is funded by a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council grant supporting the LGBTQ Oral History Collaboratory. HOW TO APPLY? Visit the Chair in Transgender Studies website and review the full posting. Send your updated resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.orgPosting Closes August 23, 2021
We’ve partnered with Afro-Canadian Art to share some art pieces by Black Queer artists! Check out this piece called ‘Untitled’ by Queer artist Oreka James, 2016. Oil paint, oil stick and acrylic gouache on stretched canvas, 1.52 x 1.22 m. More of Afro-Canadian Art can be found hereFollow Afro-Canadian Art on Instagram!
Professor Elspeth Brown and the Director of LGBTQ Collaboratory as received the prestigious Hugh A. Taylor Prize for her Archivaria article, “Archival Activism, Symbolic Annihilation, and the LGBTQ2+ Community Archive. More on the accolade can be found here
We seek a skilled media maker who can edit video and audio files as part of the workflow in making our oral histories accessible to the public through video shorts, digital exhibitions, and other public-facing research outcomes (e.g. podcasts). You will work closely with and report to the PPOHP Project Manager, Alisha Stranges, who will be directing the creative activation of our archival and historical work. As a multi-media editor, you should be able to bring sight and sound together to create captivating final products. This is a part time, limited term position (10 hrs/week). To apply, send the following […]
The Pussy Palace Oral History Project is wrapping up interviews and moving to phase 2! Our interviews have asked narrators to speak to a variety of themes including aesthetics, sense memory, inclusivity, policing, and queer sex culture. You can look forward to new video shorts using the interview footage. Make sure you follow us on all our other social media platforms to stay up to date. What kind of videos would you like to see? Pussy Palace logo […]
Catching up on queer public history reading! Inspired by Joey Plaster’s amazing work on the Polk St: Lives in Transition Project. See his “Safe for Whom” article, 2020. Plaster’s public oral history project that he did in 2008 to 2010 called “Polk St: Lives in Transition,” focuses on the gentrifying San Francisco. He did 70 oral histories in partnership with the GLBT historical society. His argues that oral history can also be a powerful tool […]