Reading session on Queering African Archives

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Reading session on Queering African Archives, in partnership with Queer Intersections Oxford

Wednesday 8 February 2023, 3.30pm - 5pm

This event is free and all are welcome

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PDFs of and links to the texts will be circulated to the mailing list soon, and can be requested from

Call for Papers: New Directions in African Humanities: Graduate and Early Career Researcher conference 20-21 June 2023 University of Oxford


Migraine-George, Thérèse, and Ashley Currier. "Querying queer African archives: Methods and movements." Women's Studies Quarterly (2016): 190-207.


Macharia, Keguro. "Archive and Method in Queer African Studies." Agenda (Durban), 29.1 (2015): 140-46.  


Muchiri, Ng’ang’a. 'To revolutionary type love. An interview with Kawira Mwirichia, Neo Musangi, Mal Muga, Awuor Onyango, Faith Wanjala and Wawira Njeru ' in Ernest Emenyo̲nu and John C. Hawley (eds.), African literature today: queer theory in film & fiction (James Currey: Oxford, 2018). 



The event is free and all are welcome! 

Part of the African Languages, Literatures and Cultures Network events