ALMS 2019: CLOSING EVENT – EVENING PODIUM – ‘QUEERING MEMORY, DEFENDING THE FUTURE’

Chairs: Benno Gammerl & Kate Davison, Steering Committee/Organising Team 2019
Pia Laskar, Swedish National Historical Museums
Leonardo Arouca Porfirio da Silva, Museum of Sexual Diversity, São Paulo, Brazil
Jonathan D. Katz, Harvey Milk Institute & Visiting Professor, University of Pennsylvania
Judit Takács, Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Aaron Devor, Transgender Archives&Chair in Transgender Studies, University of Victoria, Canada
Katerina Suverina, Public History Laboratory & Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia

ALMS 2019: WHOSE COLLECTIONS? INTERSECTIONAL PERSPECTIVES & CONUNDRUMS

Chair: Brenda Marston
Rita Paqvalen Beyond Queer: Queering Finnish Archives and Museums from an Intersectional Perspective
Ladislav Zikmund-Lender The Will to Preserve: Is Collecting Queer?
Birgit Bosold & Vera Hofmann The Year of the Women* at Schwules Museum Berlin: A Case Study of Power Dynamics within ‘Queer’ Politics of Memory
Jonathan Dorey* Bounded Memories and Fractured Communities in Queer Montréal

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ALMS 2019: VISUAL MEMORIES: QUEER PHOTOGRAPHIC OBSERVERS OF THE 20TH CENTURY

Chair: Maria Bühner
Karl-Heinz Steinle A Day in the Life of Eberhardt Brucks [1917–2008]: A Berlin Gay Life in the 20th Century
Sary Zananiri Homosexuality, Biblical Narrative and the Classical: Frank Scholten Photographing Palestine
Ruth Ramsden-Karelse* Reading Kewpie’s District Six
Judit Szabó Photo Series Representing the Private Life and Civil Activity of LGBTQ People in Hungary

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ALMS 2019: NEW QUEER COMMUNITY ARCHIVES AROUND THE GLOBE

Chair: E.G. Crichton
André Murraças Queerquivo: A Portuguese Archive and a Conversation with the Past
Margaret Tamulonis Sharing and Queering Memory at the Vermont Queer Archives
Zihan Loo Queer Objects: An Archive for the Future
Yael Rozin I-photo-world: Israel’s Lesbian-Queer Archive

ALMS 2019: PRODUCTIVE INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS

Chair: Angela Brinskele
Dalena Hunter & Kelly Besser Imagining Queerness: Archival Memories, Community-based Collecting and Dissident Description
Orla Egan Out of the Basement, Into the Light: The Cork LGBT Archive
Pierrette Squires & Stuart Fros A Queer Cultural Partnership: How LGBTQ Histories Can Enable Museums to Engage with Communities

ALMS 2019: CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE #3: PRACTICES, RECOVERIES & [IM]POSSIBILITIES

Chair: AC Panella
Tomasz Basiuk The Queer 1970s and Early 1980s in Poland as a Proto-Political Era: Evidence from Emerging Archives
Karol Radziszewsk Queer Archives Institute: Institution as an Art Practice
Valentina Iancu* Just a Dream? The Museum of Queer Culture in Bucharest and the Challenge of Queering Memory in Romania
Elena Gusyatinskaya & Elena Zärtlich The Moscow Archive of LGBTIQ People: History of Creation, Maintenance and Its Current State

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ALMS 2019: IN OUR OWN WORDS: BISEXUAL & HOMO & QUEER IDENTITY IN OLD AND NEW ORAL HISTORY SOURCES

Chair: E-J Scott
Jędrzej Burszta ‘How to talk about homosexuality, if it didn’t exist?’ Studying Queer Narratives about 1970s Poland
Martha Robinson Rhodes ‘It wasn’t so much changing [my sexuality] as sort of activating it’: Multiple-gender-attraction, Bisexuality and Oral History in Past and Present
Jonathan D. Katz ‘Pop art is queer’: The Previously Unheard Queer Content of Andy Warhol’s 1964 Interview

ALMS 2019: QUEERING POLITICAL MEMORY: ANTIFASCISM, LIBERALISM & THE LEFT IN QUEER ARCHIVES

Chair: Dennis Altman
Hans Tao-Ming Huang* Queer Left against Queer Liberalism: A Critique of Neo-Coloniality in Post Martial Law Taiwan
Franko Dota Queering the Memory of an Unsung Yugoslav Antifascist Hero
Kristian T. Petersen & Ole K. Jensen Bøssernes Befrielses Front: Danish Gay Lib. A True Story

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ALMS 2019: QUEER ARCHIVES IN EDUCATION & RESEARCH

Chair: Judit Szabó
Angela Brinskele & Marie Cartier Students in the Stacks: Building Capacity Through Academic Service Learning
Benno Gammerl [with Justin Bengry] Queer History@Goldsmiths: Archiving, Teaching and Researching the Queer Past
Peter Edelberg & Signe Bremer A Nordic Queer Revolution: Formations of Nordic Homophile, Queer and Trans-Activism in Denmark, Norway and Sweden 1948–2018]

ALMS 2019: RECOVERING & PRESERVING QUEER MEMORIES IN ARGENTINA, COLOMBIA & BRAZIL

Chair: Keval Harie
Michael Andrés Forero Parra Museo Q: Museum Activism as Memory Exercise
Rita de Cássia Rodrigues The Right to Memory and History as a Policy of Reparation and Strategy of Inclusion for the LGBTQI+ Populations
Anahí Farji Neer Transvestism and Transsexuality in the Argentinean Medical Journals [1971–1982]