Elizabeth Coleman argues that it is time to queer the gynaecological cancer narrative. There are no narratives on queer women and gynaecological cancer. This is what I discovered as I trawled the internet looking
Elena Carter and Anthony Day, archivists at Wellcome Collection, give a candid account of their work cataloguing the ‘profoundly personal’ archive of artist and mental health survivor Audrey Amiss. As archivists, we spend our
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