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AERI Institute 2015

The University of Maryland, College Park

The Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI) is a week-long event dedicated to supporting archival education. AERI is part of a broader archival initiative funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). Now in its seventh consecutive year, AERI brings together incoming and continuing doctoral students, recent doctoral…

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Drop in session: Antipodean Bake/Craft Off

Zoom - Monash University

12:00am - 2:00am GMT One of the joys of AERI is running into people as they arrive in the dorms and catching up with what they have been up to since last meeting up. This is a session that you are welcome to drop in to at any time -…

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Computational Archival Science: A Paradigm Shift Across the Data

4:00pm - 5:30pm GMT A 1.5 hour presentation and discussion on "Computing the Archives" with an introduction by Richard Marciano and Jane Greenberg on Computational Archival Science for archival and library students, followed by students (doctoral & MLIS) who will illustrate their CAS experiences working on two projects: an 8-week…

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Emerging Archival Scholars Program Reunion

This reunion aims to bring together the entire group of cohorts of previous Emerging Archival Scholars in an effort to connect and strengthen this network. Emerging Archival Scholars Program (commonly referred to as EASP) sought to support underrepresented groups that wished to explore PhD programs with a focus on archival…

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Shut up and write

Zoom - Monash University

4:00am - 6:00am GMT Combining the Shut up and Write idea with the Pomodoro technique, we will together write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; and then have a chat about what we…

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Oz Breakfast

Zoom details will be provided Monash University

11:00pm - 12:00am GMT A joy of AERI is the new people that you run into and the conversations that you end up having over breakfast. A drop-in session to share breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, supper or midnight feasts wherever you may be in the world.

Sovereignty: Records and the Right to Rule

6:00pm - 8:00pm GMT Walking around Marlborough House in London, a former royal palace and now the seat of the Commonwealth Secretariat, you can pick up wifi networks called ‘Imperium I, ‘Imperium II’, etc. Imperium refers to an ancient Roman legal concept concerning the right to rule, which, used in…

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Shut up and write

Zoom details will be provided Monash University

Combining the Shut up and Write idea with the Pomodoro technique, we will together write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; and then have a chat about what we did (or didn’t) get…

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Understanding community archives within an international context

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm GMT Panel participants include: Jeannette Bastian (USA) is a Professor Emerita at Simmons University, Boston where she directed their Archives Management program. She is the co-editor with Andrew Flinn of Community Archives, Community Spaces; Heritage, Memory, Identity (Facet, London 2020) Andrew Flinn (panel organiser, UK)…

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Oz Breakfast

Zoom - Monash University

11:00pm - 12:00am GMT A joy of AERI is the new people that you run into and the conversations that you end up having over breakfast. A drop-in session to share breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, supper or midnight feasts wherever you may be in the world.

Workshop: Teaching Climate Change in the Archival Classroom

4:00pm - 6:00pm GMT The impact of climate change on all sectors of society, including archives and cultural heritage organizations, continues to increase as the world grapples with how to confront this existential threat. This virtual workshop will bring together educators and researchers interested in the intersection between archives and…

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Virtual Doctoral Students Social Meetup

1pm Pacific Time, 4pm EDT, 9pm London, 6am Sydney, 8pm GMT Join other archival doctoral students from around the world as we expand our networks, share in our lessons and goals, as well as identify existing and new opportunities for collaboration, support, and care within our archival circles. Session participants…

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Shut up and write

Zoom - Monash University

4:00am - 6:00am GMT Combining the Shut up and Write idea with the Pomodoro technique, we will together write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; and then have a chat about what we…

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Fireside Chat: Transitioning doctoral research from dissertation to monograph

10:00pm - 11:00pm GMT A discussion with Marika Cifor, Michelle Caswell, Jamie Lee, and Rebecka Sheffield about their experiences transitioning doctoral research from dissertation to monograph. This session would be suitable for doctoral candidates who are considering how to structure their dissertations or new PhDs looking for opportunities to publish…

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Happy Hour

Zoom - Monash University

9:30am GMT Evening in Australia, morning in the UK and Europe, middle of the night in the US - but if you are around join us for Happy Hour. Organizers: Chris Colwell and Liz Daniels

Workshop: Continuum Modelling

Zoom - Monash University

12:00am - 2:00am GMT Since the creation of the Records Continuum Model (RCM) in the 1990s, numerous scholars have used it to ground their own ideas and research, and as a basis for further visualisation and articulation of records continuum thinking. This has led most recently to the exploration of continuum…

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Shut up and write

Zoom - Monash University

4:00am - 6:00am GMT Combining the Shut up and Write idea with the Pomodoro technique, we will together write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; write for 25 mins; break for 5 mins; and then have a chat about what we…

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Panel: Identifying and enacting generous scholarly practice

9:00pm GMT How can we identify, embody and model generous scholarship and scholarly practices at every career level? While some of us use individual strategies, including for example feminist citation strategies and ethics of care, this panel seeks to engage the wider AERI community in discussion about how to evolve…

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Teaching conservation and preservation in tropical climates

12:00pm - 1:00pm GMT A presentation and group discussion on the issues of preservation and conservation in tropical climates in order to develop a common understanding of the challenges heritage institutions and schools of archival science are faced with in an effort to preserve precious vital records and archives. The…

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Assistant Professor/Postdoctoral Fellow Gathering

10:30pm - 11:30pm GMT Join fellow early career faculty - assistant professors, postdoctoral fellows, and the equivalent - for an informal coffee/happy hour hosted by Marika Cifor and Tonia Sutherland. This is a time for check-ins, catch ups, and to get peer support/mentorship as needed. Organizers: Marika Cifor and Tonia…

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Happy Hour

Zoom - Monash University

9:30am GMT Evening in Australia, morning in the UK and Europe, middle of the night in the US - but if you are around join us for Happy Hour. Organizers: Chris Colwell and Liz Daniels

Virtual AERI-oke

3pm Los Angeles, 6pm New York, 11pm London, 6am Bejing, 8am Sydney Are you a fan of “AERI-oke”? We are too! Just because we are social distancing, doesn't mean we can't keep this tradition of karaoke during AERI week going. Join attendees from around the world in celebrating the end…

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