Author Archives: Clare

Transgender Warriors: or An Annotated Bibliography of the Inside of My Head

I saw this post by Alex Bayley and realised this whole blog has become a little like an Annotated Bibliography of the Inside of My Head. I thought I would share some books I love and have mentioned one or … Continue reading

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GLAMorous intersections: objects, ethics, and emotions

I first learnt about object-based learning (OBL) at a CRIG Seminar workshop facilitated by librarians from the University of Melbourne in 2016 and it made me realise I had already been kind of doing it and trying to do more … Continue reading

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A GLAMorous look at Midsumma 2020

The Midsumma program has been released which means it’s time for my apparently annual round up of GLAMorous, mostly introvert friendly events… It was also an opportunity for me to use my first 2020 related vision pun… I’m sure there … Continue reading

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Questions to consider when planning a party/referencing and navigating citational politics

As alluded to in previous blog posts and on twitter recently, I’ve been introducing citational politics into classes this year and, in the spirit of the GLAM blog club theme Questions, I thought I would share some questions I have … Continue reading

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Confessions of the Fox and collective reading, research and reflection

I first came across Confessions of the Fox in this interview/review by Justine Hyde in April –  I was hooked by this quote from the interview/review and had a copy of the book within 24 hours of reading it: “There … Continue reading

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A Killjoy Survival Kit for the Secret Feminist Agenda

Inspired by an episode of one of the tools in my killjoy survival kit, the Secret Feminist Agenda podcast by Hannah McGregor, and by the brilliant feminist killjoy Sara Ahmed, I thought I’d share some tools in my feminist killjoy … Continue reading

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Reading/making the margins and queerying GLAM spaces

About a month before I was due to go to LGBTQ Archives, Libraries, Museums and Special Collections (ALMS) Queering memory conference in Berlin, an invitation came into my email inbox at work from Son Vivienne and Quinn Eades. It was … Continue reading

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