Open-Access Digitized Grassroots Media

Open-Access Digitized Grassroots Media

In Spring 2021, I’ll be teaching my Graphic Archives graduate seminar in the Department of English at the University of Florida where we research the visual culture of American progressive grassroots media (1960s-1990s), focusing in on feminist and LGBTQ periodicals. We will examining cover graphics, comics, drawings, photographs, advertisements, typography, layout, and other elements of the periodicals’ visual aesthetics.

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Pedagogy/Resource: Archival Research, Grants & Resources
QZAP: one of my favorite archives to research in.

Pedagogy/Resource: Archival Research, Grants & Resources

Note: I initially developed this resource guide for my Spring 2018 graduate seminar, “Graphic Archives,” which I taught in the English Department at the University of Florida. This course focused on “active theoretical conversations around radical archives and materials that have emerged over the past few years,” so the resources below skew heavily in that direction, prioritizing spaces of queer visual culture informed by my own archival research.
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