ALMS 2019: PANORAMA – ARCHIVAL GEOGRAPHIES: DOCUMENTING QUEER LIVES WITHIN/BEYOND CITIES

Chair: Klaus Mueller
Alison Oram & Matt Cook Making Queer Place and Community: Queer Beyond London
Christoph Gürich & Pia Singer ‘München sucht seine LGBTI*-Geschichte’: Munich City Museum’s Collection Appeal
Scott R. Cowan Queer Roots: Preserving the LGBTQ2+ Past and Present in a Rural Ontario County
Beth Asbury Out in Oxford: An LGBTQ+ Trail of the University’s Collections
Clara Woopen & Marek Sancho Höhne We are here! L, G and T* Stories in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

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ALMS 2019: VIDEO AS A METHOD OF ARCHIVAL SELF-DOCUMENTATION

Chair: Kate Davison
Dagmar Schultz The ‘Audre Lorde in Berlin Online Journey/Reise’: A Project of Archival Activism
Veronica McKenzie Whose Beloved Community? BAME LGBTQ+ Contribution to UK LGBTQ History
Nicole Fernandez Ferrer & Suzette Robichon Who’s Afraid of the Amazons? Lesbian Images and Sounds: Videoactivism from the Seventies to the Present
Hongwei Bao Queering Women’s Histories and Articulating Transnational Activisms

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ALMS 2019: TRANS FOCUS #1: ACTIVATING THE TRANSNATIONAL TRANS ARCHIVE

Chair: B Camminga
Eliza Steinbock Activating the Archive: European Transgender Heritage in Transition
Jannat Ali & Omer Mubbasher Dissenting Voices of Trans Artists in Pakistan
Esma Akyel & Esra Özban From Lubunya Magazine to Pink Life Youtube Channel: A Look at Trans Media in Ankara
Aaron Devor It’s All About Relationships: The Founding and Growth of the Transgender Archives

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ALMS 2019: CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE #2: SOVIET & POST-SOVIET SUBJECTIVITIES

Chair: Karl-Heinz Steinle
Ineta Lipša Self-Censorship and Documenting the Self: Diary of a Soviet Latvian Gay Man, 1906–1996
Jāniš Ozoliņš & Kārliš Vērdiņš Queer Subjectivity and Archive: The Case of Interwar Latvian Gay Men
Viktoriya Sukovata* Queer Bodies in the Soviet and Contemporary Ukrainian Popular Culture

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ALMS 2019: DIGITAL PRAXIS #3: INTERNET & WEB-BASED COLLECTION MANAGEMENT

Chair: Clare O’Hanlon
Richard Keeble Opening Up to the World: Moving to a Web-Based Collection Management System
Berry Feith Challenges in Digitising and Making the IHLIA Collection Accessible on the Internet
Andreas Brunner, Carina Klugbauer & Hannes Hacke QueerSearch: A Joint Online Portal for LGBTIQ* Archives in the German-speaking Countries

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ALMS 2019: COLLECTIVE ACTIVIST ARCHIVES IN MOTION

Chair: AC Panella
Tonči K Batalić [in]visible traces of a history
AG Arfini & Goffredo Polizzi* CRAAAZI Archives: A Repertoire of Practices to Make Stories out of the Transfeminist Movements While They are Happening
Jas Rault & T.L. Cowan The Active Social Life of Queer Archives: Making Metadata for Memories; Intimating Intramedial Intimacies

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ALMS 2019: ERASURE & INCLUSIVITY IN ARCHIVAL & HISTORICAL PRACTICE

Chair: Ellie Armstrong
Albert McLeod & Brett Lougheed Two-Spirit Rising: Overcoming the Archival Erasure of the Two-Spirit People of Canada
Yener Bayramoglu Queer Voices and Archives in Istanbul and Berlin
Dotan Brom & Yoav Zaritsky Living Archives: On Inclusivity and Ethics in Queer Oral History Projects [Haifa Queer History Project]

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ALMS 2019: CENTERING/RECOVERING LESBIAN HISTORIES & MEMORIES #3

Chair: Daniel Baranowski
Lourdes Torres Multicultural Lesbian Coalition-building in Chicago, 1990s to 2000s: How Do We Tell These Stories?
Eva Busch & Julia Nitschke ‘EMANZEN-EXPRESS’: An Intergenerational Room of Remembrance for Feminist History in Bochum
Friederike Mehl* The Potentials and Pitfalls of Digitization for Feminist Oral History
Lena Kühn ‘Peaceful Revolution’? Lesbian/Feminist Perspectives on 1989

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