In this essay, based on a talk given at the Pembroke Center at Brown University, the author imagines a course in 2027 based on the Feminist Theory Archives. Exploring what the archive transmits about a specific moment of feminist theory, born of second-wave feminism, and what it leaves out, the essay argues that oral histories might supplement the papers of individual theorists, enabling feminists of the future to detect the web of connections, negotiations, collaborations, and disagreements that created this field.

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