Looking at LGBTIQ+ archives and archival practices in Houston and Berlin
Join us for a conversation on LGBTIQ+ archives and archival practices with perspectives from Houston and Berlin. Our guests include Dr. Peter Rehberg, (Head of Archive and Collections at the Schwules Museum Berlin); Lara Ledwa, (Gender Studies scholar and researcher at the Spinnboden Lesbian Archive and Library Berlin); Harrison Guy, (Founder of the Charles Law Community Archive at the African American Library at the Gregory School); and Emily Vinson, (Audiovisual archivist and curator at the University of Houston Libraries). The conversation will be moderated by Dr. Brian Riedel (Associate Director for the Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality at Rice University).
This event takes place September 4, 1PM CST via Zoom and Facebook Live. Please register in advance at the link below to join the Zoom session. To tune in on Facebook Live, visit our page here.
This event is part of Queer as German Folk, a project celebrating the intersectional histories of Germany’s and America’s diverse LGBTIQ+ communities. A digitally modified version of the exhibition Queer as German Folk and a full program of virtual events is presented by the Goethe-Institut in North America in collaboration with its Goethe Pop Ups and the Schwules Museum Berlin (SMU).
Part of series Queer as German Folk goes digital