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Turning Points 5: Queering the Archive

The 5th installment of Turning Points focused on queer theory and practice in approaches to archival work, featuring Harrison Apple, Associate Director, Frank-Ratchye Studio for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University and Co-Director of the Pittsburgh Queer History Project and Delali Ayivor, writer, non-profit administrator, and graduate student in Library and Information Sciences at Pratt Institute, This conversation was moderated by S. Brook Corfman, English PhD candidate at the University of Pittsburgh.

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