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: CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE #1: POLITICAL CHALLENGES/DIGITAL STRATEGIES

Chair: Tomasz Basiuk
Maria Brock A Quiet Revolution? Queering Russian Media Histories
Renee Dixson Developing a Digital Archive of LGBTIQ Migration Oral Histories
Katerina Suverina [with Andrei Zavadski] Queering the Body: Emergence of the Past that Did Not Exist

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]

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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ALMS 2019: PUBLIC MUSEUMS & THE ‘INVISIBLE’ QUEER COMMUNITY

Chair: Jan Pimblett
Íris Ellenberger The Rainbow Thread: A Queer Guide through the National Museum of Iceland
Klaus Mueller The Invisible Visitor: Museums and the LGBTI Community
Pia Laskar Unstraight Research in Museums: Queering Museums’ Permanent Exhibitions and Building Networks
Branden Wallace & Daniel J. Sander A Queer Art Museum Collection: Exhibiting and Archiving with the Leslie-Lohman Museum

ALMS 2019: LOST & SALVAGED ARCHIVES & LETTERS: DISASTERS, DISCOVERIES & RESCUES

Chair: Marie Cartier
Olov Kriström Lone Heroes or Durable Communities? Reflections on the Image of Queer History Workers
Carolyn D’Cruz The Lesbian Herstory Archives’ Letter from Radclyffe Hall: Making Sense of Stephen in the Well of Loneliness for Today’s Alphabet Soup
John Tubera Salvaging Memory after the Malibu Fire
Runar Jordåen ‘I of course take for granted, that this, like my other letters, will be burned’: Queer Memory and Loss in Norway

ALMS 2019: ART & ARCHIVES #2: CREATING EXHIBITIONS WITHIN AND FROM OUR COLLECTIONS

Chair: Ladislav Zikmund-Lender
Sumitra Sunder So You Think You Know the Closet? A Reading and Reflection on Using Archival Material in Queer Art Practice
Christiane Erharter Queer Stories: Artists Working with Queer Histories/Herstories/Stories in Former Socialist Countries
Angela Bailey Activating the Archive: Contemporary Artists and the Queer Archive
Linda Chernis Archives Made Public: The ‘Kewpie: Daughter of District Six’ Exhibition

ALMS 2019: QUEER & TRANS ELDERS: MEMORIES, COLLECTIONS & LIBRARIES

Chair: Daniel Baranowski
Harrison Apple ‘I want to come out looking glamorous one more time’: the Pittsburgh Queer History Project
Yen-Jen Chen Re-constructing Queer History in Taiwan: The Memorial Identity of Gay Elders Communities in Cyberspace
Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay & Jennifer Evans A Touch Across Time: Queer Ways into Queer Libraries

ALMS 2019: CENTERING/RECOVERING LESBIAN HISTORIES & MEMORIES #2

Chair: Brenda Marston
Tone Hellesund Desexualising Lesbians: Strategic and Ideological Positionings in Norwegian Radical Feminist Periodicals 1976–1986
Ulla Manns On Legibility and Visibility: The Risk of Unqueering 19th Century Feminism
Elisabeth Lund Engebretsen Tense Alliances: Gender Politics in Norway’s Gay and Lesbian Periodicals During the Transitional 1980s
Dagmar Brunow Unqueering Lesbian Heritage? Curating Digital Content in Audiovisual Archives