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

*not part of the audio stream

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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

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ALMS 2019: PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT: PUBLIC OUTREACH & QUEER HISTORY MONTHS

Chair: Rita Paqvalen
Mirjam Sneeuwloper The Power of Cooperation to Make Queer Histories A Permanent Feature at the Amsterdam City Museum
Tom Furber Re-imagining the Archive Through LGBTQ+ Memory at the London Metropolitan Archives
Péter Hanzli & Sándor Nagy Háttér Archives: The Oldest East European LGBT+ Archive and LGBT History Month in Hungary
Anina Falasca & Giuseppina Lettieri Queering Educational Work: Queer History Month & Berlin Schwules Museum

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: 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

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