#12 – Collecting the oral histories of Queer Singaporeans (A conversation with Hannah)

Oral history is an increasingly popular method of recording the experiences of groups that may be left out of official documented archives or from national narratives. Today, we speak to Hannah, founder of the Queer Oral History Archive (Link), on why she has embarked on this project to collect the stories of Singapore’s LGBT community and how she hopes these stories will be used.

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