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    Immersion in Legacy: Coming Home to Ourselves and One Another-Yvonne Welbon

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    An Archive of Intimacies: A Conversation with Sarah Schulman- David Oscar Harvey

    Outside the Hollywood Canon: Preserving Lesbian Moving Images-Kristin (KP) Pepe

    Medium: Ink on Paper- Catherine Lord

    The Epistemology of Ethnography: Method in Queer Anthropology- Margot Weiss

    Visibility and Its Discontents: Queer Television Studies-Dana Heller

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    My Professor, Myself-Susan Fraiman

    The Hole that Wasn't There-Bishnupriya Ghosh

    Queer Theory with a Twang-Carol Mason

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