Oral History of Jamie Grace Alexander
Alexander, Jamie Grace
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Jamie Grace Alexander is a Baltimore-based activist whose work spans the art world, museums, cultural institutions, direct action, queer archives, and community spaces. In this interview, she shares her thoughts about queer culture, liminal spaces, and a “soft power” that is specifically femme. She talks about how she identifies with queerness and transness in the context of Baltimore and how queerness grows horizontally as a culture. This oral history was conducted by undergraduate students enrolled in Dr. Joseph Plaster’s Queer Oral History course, which was taught at Johns Hopkins University in spring 2022.