ALMS 2019: AIDS: LARGE-SCALE COLLECTING PROJECTS

Chair: Peter Rehberg
Gerard Koskovich & Manon S. Parry [Re]Collections: Collecting and Interpreting the Material Culture of HIV and AIDS
Corinna Gekeler & Liesa Hellmann Collecting AIDS History: Queer Activism in an Institutional Context
Eugen Januschke & Ulrike Klöppel* Under Construction: the European HIV/AIDS Archive [EHAA]

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ALMS 2019: PANORAMA – SCIENCE, MEDICINE & NATURAL HISTORY: QUEERING SCIENTIFIC ALMS

Chair: Jen Grove
Kate Davison Power Flip: Examining the Psychiatric Establishment via the Personal Archive of a Bisexual Homosexual Aversion Therapist
Virgil B/G Taylor Zero Patience: Queer Models for Natural History
Ellie Armstrong Queer in STEM? Scientific Identity, Queer Identity and the Museum

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ALMS 2019: DRAWING ON FANTASTIC MEMORIES

Chair: Peter Rehberg
Juana María Rodríguez Capturing Memories: Sexual Archives and Queer Documentation Practices
Julian Carter Transing the Archive: Touching Fantasy across Genderations

ALMS 2019: TRANS FOCUS #3: TRANS & INTERSEX AUTOBIOGRAPHIES AS ARCHIVES

Chair: E-J Scott
Esther C. Suwannanon* They Should Be Seen and Heard: Retrieving Memory of a Trans Child through Re-reading My Elementary School Notebooks
Jayrôme C. Robinet & Dag Heede Genre Trouble: Trans Memoirs as Queer Archives
Marie-Louise Holm Lived Lives, Livable Lives: Reconfiguring Queer Approaches and Analytical Strategies in Reading and Articulating Intersexed and Trans Autobiographies

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ALMS 2019: DIGITAL PRAXIS #5: QUEERING CATALOGUES

Chair: Pierrette Squires
Tuan Nguyen ‘Homo conference’ and Other Mysteries at the National Archives of Australia
Jack van der Wel & Walter Walker The Abridged Homosaurus: A Supplement to Existing Retrieval Systems
Amy K. Levin Gender Activism in Editing and Publishing

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ALMS 2019: YOUTH ARCHIVAL FUTURES: STRATEGIES, PRIORITIES & CONCERNS FOR YOUNGER LGBTQIA+ ARCHIVISTS

Chair: Brenda Marston
Alex Müller & Talia Meer Comics and Podcasts by and for Queer African Youth: Creative Methods for Contemporary Queer Archives
Zakiya Collier* ‘Seeking a Now that Can Breed Futures’: Creative Approaches to Self-Preservation for QTPOC+ Memory Workers
Nicole Verdes* Representing Young Queer Voices: Queer Zines and the Power Behind Autobiographical Memory Work

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ALMS 2019: QUEER ARCHIVES AS CENTRES OF VISIBILITY

Chair: Katerina Suverina
Miguel Alonso Hernández Victoria Archives and Diverse Memories: Rescuing Our History with Pride at Mexico’s Archivos y Memorias Diversas
Research Group of the MSD Personal Archives in the LGBTIQ+ World: New Description Approaches at the Museum of Sexual Diversity in São Paulo
Benno Gammerl & Christiane Härdel E2H: A Centre for Queer Culture in the Heart of Berlin

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ALMS 2019: FILMMAKERS’ DISCUSSION PANEL: DOCUMENTARIES AS & ABOUT QUEER DOCUMENTATION

Chair: Hongwei Bao
Ingrid Ryberg An Army of Lovers: Queer Self-presentation in Swedish Film History
Paul Detwiler Visualising Memory: Queer Films as Artistic Activism [San Diego‘s Gay Bar History]
Deepak Srinivasan Katha Vachak [Storyteller]: Revisiting Narratives of South Asian Mythology to Renegotiate Plural Public Selves