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The ambivalence of queer visibility in audio- visual archives

performative acts (Brunow, 2017), this chapter argues that cataloguing, tagging and classifying LGBTQ-​related content opens up questions about the ambivalence of visibility. As a consequence, it also makes a case for an increased self-​reflexivity of the archive, inspired by Joan Schwartz’s and Terry Cook’s (2002:  1) suggestion that ‘[t]‌he power of archives, records, and archivists should no longer remain naturalised or denied, but opened to vital debate and transparent accountability’. In view of the risk of queer vulnerability, heritage institutions such as national

in The power of vulnerability