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

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ALMS 2019: AIDS: LARGE-SCALE COLLECTING PROJECTS

Chair: Peter Rehberg
Gerard Koskovich & Manon S. Parry [Re]Collections: Collecting and Interpreting the Material Culture of HIV and AIDS
Corinna Gekeler & Liesa Hellmann Collecting AIDS History: Queer Activism in an Institutional Context
Eugen Januschke & Ulrike Klöppel* Under Construction: the European HIV/AIDS Archive [EHAA]

* not part of the audio stream

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ALMS 2019: QUEER ARCHIVES AS CENTRES OF VISIBILITY

Chair: Katerina Suverina
Miguel Alonso Hernández Victoria Archives and Diverse Memories: Rescuing Our History with Pride at Mexico’s Archivos y Memorias Diversas
Research Group of the MSD Personal Archives in the LGBTIQ+ World: New Description Approaches at the Museum of Sexual Diversity in São Paulo
Benno Gammerl & Christiane Härdel E2H: A Centre for Queer Culture in the Heart of Berlin

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ALMS 2019: YOUTH EXHIBITIONS & SEX EDUCATION

Chair: Hannes Hacke
Chloe Cooper [with Melany Rose] Queering Sex Education at the British Museum
Jen Grove Transformations: Co-Producing a Youth-led Exhibition on Gender Identity and Sexual Science
Mason Culkin Sexuality Without the Sex: Exhibiting Queer History for Children
Andrea Günther ‘Let’s Talk About Sex!’ Gender and Sexual Diversity in Art at the State Museums of Berlin

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ALMS 2019: UNEARTHING THE ‘HIDDEN’ PAST – HISTORIANS AS ARCHIVAL DETECTIVES

Chair: Dennis Altman
Felipe Caro The Importance of a Radical Queer History: Unearthing the Homosexual Liberation Movement in Colombia
Ásta Kristín Benediktsdóttir Hidden Women? Searching for and Distributing Sources on Women’s Queer Sexualities in a Small Community in Iceland
Ramy Khouili Article 230: A History of the Criminalisation of Homosexuality in Tunisia
Judit Takács Decriminalisation of Homosexuality in Hungary in the Light of Recently Discovered Archive Records

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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: 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

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ALMS 2019: MIGRATION & DIASPORA

Chair: Benno Gammerl
Shaan Knan ‘This is Me’ Queer Migrant&Traveller Memories: The Rainbow Pilgrims Project
Elsi Hyttinen Nordic Queer Migration: Flows of People and Ideas from Finland to Sweden and Iceland to Denmark

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ALMS 2019: DIGITAL PRAXIS #1: PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS & QUEER OWNERSHIP

Chair: Graham Willett
Don McLeod & Philip Virta Gale’s Archives of Sexuality & Gender and the Experience of the ArQuives: Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Archives
Tuula Juvonen Most Memorable Moments: Collecting Written Reminiscences Online
Karolina Ufa Fundacja Q: Poland’s Virtual LGBTQ+ Museum & Contemporary Queer Archives

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ALMS 2019: CONFERENCE OPENING & WELCOME

Chair: Andreas Pretzel, Organising Team 2019
Welcome from Berlin Senate: Sawsan Chebli, State of Berlin Delegate to the Federation and Permanent Secretary for Active Citizenship and International Relations
Speakers: Jean Tretter, ALMS Founder · Elena Gusyatinskaya, Founder of 1st Queer Archive in Moscow & Elena Zärtlich · Jan Pimblett, ALMS Organising Team London 2016 · Katja Koblitz & Sanni Est for the ALMS 2019 Steering Committee
Welcome to HKW: Daniel Neugebauer, HKW
Logistics: Kate Davison, Organising Team 2019

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