Below are the scheduled sessions for Virtual AERI 2022. Please note that each session will have its own registration procedure located in the individual event page. Click through to each event to register and receive the video conference (Zoom) information.

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Keynote: Andrew Flinn

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Details Zoom meeting details will be provided prior to the event. To confirm the date/time of this session in your timezone please use the following link: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Keynote%3A+Andrew+Flinn&iso=20220714T10&p1=1440&ah=1

Networking Session

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Abstract This networking session will enable Virtual AERI 2022 attendees to meet and chat without a formal agenda, much as one might over refreshments at in person events. Details To confirm the date/time of this session in your timezone please use the following link: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Networking+session&iso=20220714T11&p1=1440&ah=1 Zoom details Register in advance…

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Short Paper Session

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Short Paper Sessions consist of three papers: Salma Abumeeiz: Building Community Archive Partnerships: Considerations, Pedagogies, and Cohort-Building around the Islamic Center of Southern California Community Archive Grace Handy: Refusal of Inclusion: Evading the Colonial Archive Alex H. Poole and Ashley Todd-Diaz: Unpacking the Graduate Archival Curriculum Abstract Building Community Archive Partnerships: Considerations, Pedagogies,…

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(Dis)location: Exploring the Movement of Information, Records, and People

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Abstract In this panel, speakers will discuss their research regarding the impact, outcomes, and perceptions of displacement, relocation, or removal of historic records and information. Panelists through moderated questions will then weave together research insights on how recordkeepers, makers, and users interact with colonial, paternalistic, and imperial systems of information.…

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Short Paper Session

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Short Paper Sessions consist of three papers: Alexandra Pucciarelli: Finding and Fearing Disease in the Archive: Evidence; Eugenics; Survivance Devan Ray Donaldson: Perception vs. Reality: Understanding the Birth Certificate of #BarackObama, Trust, and Misinformation Abstract Finding and Fearing Disease in the Archive: Evidence; Eugenics; Survivance My uncle Richard was just…

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Short Paper Session

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This Short Paper Sessions consists of two papers: Stacey Erdman: Introducing the Digital POWRR Peer Assessment Program Sarah Buchanan and Jane Bartley: Fostering Transparency and Responsiveness through Extensible Provenance Research Rozvita-Monica Cosac: Fr Vasile Radu, the first Romanian scholar of Hebrew and Christian Arabic studies, as revealed by archival material Abstract…

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Ethics of Care in Mental Health Archives in London

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Abstract Typist, Artist, Pirate, King: Representing the life of Audrey Amiss though a mental health lens Dr. Anna Sexton seeks to consider what adopting an ethics of care means when stewarding collections that document mental health lived experience. Self-described on her passport as a typist, artist, pirate and king, Audrey…

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Short Paper Session

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This Short Paper Sessions consists of three papers: Berlin Loa: Knowledge River: Next-Gen Scholars Ruth Abankwah and Christine-Rita Namusobya Afuaa Serwaa Abankwah: Dissertation mentoring Vlatka Lemić: Archival perspective in the research of socio-cultural dynamics: example of GLOB_Exchange project Abstract Introducing the Digital POWRR Peer Assessment Program The Knowledge River program (KR) at…

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Interactive Discussion: Embedding trauma-informed practice in archival education

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Abstract Ideas around archives, affect, empathy, trauma and emotions are increasingly being discussed in the archival literature. Alongside this, practitioners at conferences have shared their experiences of feeling trauma and emotions and being unprepared for this. How can these ideas and issues raised by academics and practitioners be acknowledged and…

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How We Got Here: Creating Space for Disabled Archival Workers

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Abstract Discussing the histories of disability-focused community work in archives, this panel illuminates multiple initiatives surrounding accessibility and archives. Four disabled archivists will discuss efforts to date for advancing disability visibility and accessibility in the archival profession. Michelle Ganz will describe some of the earliest formal efforts within the Society…

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