The workshop is part of the ESRC funded study ‘Reanimating data: experiments in people, places and archives’ which is revisiting the Women, Risk and AIDS Project (WRAP). The WRAP project was a feminist sexual health research project that collected interviews with young women in Manchester thirty years ago.
At the workshop we will look at interview extracts from the WRAP archive and experiment with creative methods for working with the material that could also be used with young people. We will also ask you to share your experiences of working with young women in Manchester in 1989 and today.
We would like to invite you all to bring with you an object, image or other item from your personal archive relating to girls work’ feminism/ sexual health work. If you have kept it, there must be a reason and we would like to hear about that. It would be great to see things from the 80s/90s but we are also interested in things that you have saved from other periods.
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