This article describes the launch symposium of the Lili Elbe Digital Archive held at Loyola University Chicago in February 2020. The Lili Elbe Digital Archive presents the life narrative of Lili Elbe, one of the most iconic figures in the history of gender variance, along with supplementary materials such as letters and newspaper articles. The symposium offered a queer-friendly, trans-inclusive space where trans, queer, and cisgender scholars and students across disciplines, universities, and generations came together to commemorate Lili's life and the work of the archive. This review examines the transfeminist pedagogy of the archive team and the symposium.

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