Queer Bibliography: A Discussion


Queer Bibliography

A discussion

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 Thursday 8 June 2023


 At the Weston Library and online

  Free, booking required

About the event 

What is queer bibliography? How does it intersect with other critical bibliographies, such as feminist, Black and liberation bibliography? How does it relate to traditional bibliographic practice? And what opportunities might queer methods and approaches provide?

Following the inaugural Queer Bibliography symposium in early February 2023 at the Institute of English Studies, join Malcolm Noble, Sarah Pyke and JD Sargan to find out more about this emerging subfield.

Organised by Oxford Bibliographical Society.


Malcolm Noble (Leicester Vaughan College), Sarah Pyke (Institute of English Studies, London), and James Sargan (University of Limerick). Chaired by Abigail Williams (St Peter’s College, Oxford).

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You can also watch this event online via Zoom. The speakers' presentations will be streamed on Zoom but for technical reasons we can't livestream the discussion which will take place as part of the live event.

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This event takes place in person at the Weston Library and online via Zoom.

Sir Victor Blank Lecture Theatre, Weston Library, Broad Street, Oxford.

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