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: 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]

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: CHANGING OUR NAMES & DIVERSIFYING OUR COLLECTIONS

Chair: Nick Henderson
Raegan Swanson The ArQuives: Changing Our Name to Meet Our Mandate, a New Chapter to our History
Joseph R. Hawkins Reaching Out: Diversifying ONE’s Collections
Lois Stone After the Anniversary: How Momentum from Anniversary Events Can be Harnessed to Further Inclusivity

ALMS 2019: DIGITAL PRAXIS #4: QUEER ARCHIVAL PRESENCES ONLINE

Chair: Jennifer Evans
Connie van Gils Creating An Online Presentation of the History of Gay & Lesbian Nightlife by Using Ephemera
Christine Olderdissen, Martina Minette Dreier, Raimund Wolfert & Sigrid Grajek In Memory of Eva Siewert: A Website Exploring New Avenues of Memorialisation
Constance Compton & Michelle Schwartz LGLC.ca: Taking a Gay Liberation Chronology Online

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: 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: 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