- Should interpretation in museums and archives be weighted towards a celebration of a shared queer identity to promote a sense of belonging and community amongst a diverse and varied audience?
- What broader steps towards inclusion can be made beyond interpretations focusing on difference?
- How can museums and archives become platforms for identity-forming, both for individuals and communities?
Friday, 29 June 2012
upcoming discussion at the London Metropolitan Archives
I'll start with a plug:
LGBT HISTORY CLUB
Wednesday 4 July 6pm-7.30pm FREE drop-in event
On Wednesday 4th July Sean Curran will be presenting some interesting ideas around his current research and opening up a discussion with members of LGBT History Club.
Sean has been awarded a PhD studentship by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) due to start in October and would like to take the opportunity to discuss the nature of his proposed research with a range of people interested in the field of queering museum and archive practice.
Some areas for discussion:
The facebook event can be found here.
We look forward to seeing you.