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Beyond the Binary: Queering and Questioning Collections and Displays at the Pitt Rivers Museum

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Beyond the Binary: Queering and Questioning Collections and Displays at the Pitt Rivers Museum

Beyond the Binary: Queering and Questioning Collections and Displays at the Pitt Rivers Museum

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Podcasts from the Beyond the Binary Project, held at the Pitt Rivers Museum. Building on existing engagement work with LGBTQ+ stakeholders and set out an ambitious programme to build inclusive practice within theMuseum. This will transform the Museum through events, interpretation and exhibitions. By 'queering', we mean challenging hetero-normative interpretations of the Museum’s collections - and identifying human histories that are unrepresented as a result of intolerance. This is so that no individual or group feels excluded from the Museum because of their sexuality or gender, and so that all visitors - however they might identify themselves - can understand humanity better.We will re-interpret objects within our permanent collections with the aim of providing a richer, more diverse context to their histories and stories. The project will challenge accepted historical interpretations and offer alternative understandings from people with different identities. We will work with a broad range of partners, from researchers to community activists, to reshape the Pitt Rivers as a welcoming inclusive space.In addition to exploring the existing collections, this project will include a community focussed acquisition programme. Although the Pitt Rivers has some objects that tell the stories of LGBTQ+ histories, there has not been a dedicated endeavour to accession LGBTQ+ cultural and historical artefacts into the collection. We will collect objects from British communities and a number of objects from across the globe that highlight traditions of gender non-conformity, bringing British LGBTQ+ heritage into conversation with global LGBTQ+ material culture.

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Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power - Introduction

Introduction to Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power podcast series.

15 sJAN 6
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Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power - Introduction

Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 4: Queering Christianity and gender transition.

Olivia Sharrard (PRM) talks to Lance about changing representation in the Pitt Rivers museum, navigating life in Oxford and how they’ve ‘queered’ objects within the collections related to Christianity. They also talk about creating a display within the exhibition related to social gender transition.

21 MINJAN 6
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Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 4: Queering Christianity and gender transition.

Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 3: Bacchus – queer party god of contradictions?

Jozie Kettle (Pitt Rivers Museum), talks to Harriet Haugvik and Cameron Wallis about their involvement in the 2020 exhibition Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power. Harriet and Cam explore Bacchus’ complex and intriguing connections to queerness.

31 MINJAN 6
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Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 3: Bacchus – queer party god of contradictions?

Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 2: Uncovering queerness within the collections

Jozie Kettle (Pitt Rivers Museum), talks to Mara Gold about her involvement in the 2020 exhibition Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power. Mara and Jozie explore some of the museum items Mara has spent time researching to uncover hidden queer stories.

37 MINJAN 6
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Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 2: Uncovering queerness within the collections

Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 1: Museums, beadwork and Indigenous agency

Jozie Kettle (Pitt Rivers Museum), talks to Dan Laurin about his involvement in the 2020 exhibition Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power. Dan is a transgender Métis postgraduate and artist who is steadily reconnecting with his culture by practicing his Nation’s well-known floral beadwork deigns. He aims to share his story and passion for Indigenous people’s unique art with Native Two-Spirit youth and further the conversation regarding the decolonization of American Indian gender and sexual identity through traditional art like beadwork.

33 MINJAN 6
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Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 1: Museums, beadwork and Indigenous agency
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Latest Episodes

Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power - Introduction

Introduction to Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power podcast series.

15 sJAN 6
Comments
Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power - Introduction

Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 4: Queering Christianity and gender transition.

Olivia Sharrard (PRM) talks to Lance about changing representation in the Pitt Rivers museum, navigating life in Oxford and how they’ve ‘queered’ objects within the collections related to Christianity. They also talk about creating a display within the exhibition related to social gender transition.

21 MINJAN 6
Comments
Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 4: Queering Christianity and gender transition.

Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 3: Bacchus – queer party god of contradictions?

Jozie Kettle (Pitt Rivers Museum), talks to Harriet Haugvik and Cameron Wallis about their involvement in the 2020 exhibition Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power. Harriet and Cam explore Bacchus’ complex and intriguing connections to queerness.

31 MINJAN 6
Comments
Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 3: Bacchus – queer party god of contradictions?

Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 2: Uncovering queerness within the collections

Jozie Kettle (Pitt Rivers Museum), talks to Mara Gold about her involvement in the 2020 exhibition Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power. Mara and Jozie explore some of the museum items Mara has spent time researching to uncover hidden queer stories.

37 MINJAN 6
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Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 2: Uncovering queerness within the collections

Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 1: Museums, beadwork and Indigenous agency

Jozie Kettle (Pitt Rivers Museum), talks to Dan Laurin about his involvement in the 2020 exhibition Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power. Dan is a transgender Métis postgraduate and artist who is steadily reconnecting with his culture by practicing his Nation’s well-known floral beadwork deigns. He aims to share his story and passion for Indigenous people’s unique art with Native Two-Spirit youth and further the conversation regarding the decolonization of American Indian gender and sexual identity through traditional art like beadwork.

33 MINJAN 6
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Beyond the Binary: Gender, Sexuality, Power Episode 1: Museums, beadwork and Indigenous agency
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