This piece discusses current trans oral history projects that bring together feminist methodologies, transgender studies, and queer archives. I offer a map of some of these oral history projects, and their archive partners, while offering some reflections concerning how prior work in transgender ethnography and poststructuralist history are helping to shape contemporary approaches to trans oral history. Projects discussed include the LGBTQ Oral History Digital Collaboratory, the Transgender Archives (University of Victoria), the Digital Transgender Archive, the New York City Trans Oral History Project, the Trans Oral History Project, and the Transgender Oral History Project, Tretter Collection, University of Minnesota Libraries.

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