Publications

Publications and Presentations by AERI Community Members

Akmon, D., Zimmerman, A., Daniels, M., and Hedstrom, M. “The Application of Archival Concepts to a Data-Intensive Environment: Working with Scientists to Understand Data Management and Preservation Needs.” Archival Science, 11 (2011): 329-348.

Anderson, Karen, Jeannette Bastian, Ross Harvey, Terry Plum, and Goren Samuelson. “Teaching to Trust: How a Virtual Archives and Preservation Curriculum Laboratory Creates a Global Education Community.” Archival Science, 11. 3-4  (2011): 349-372.

Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI) Pluralizing the Archival Curriculum Group (PACG) (A. Gilliland, corresponding author), “Educating for the Archival Multiverse.” American Archivist (Spring/Summer 2011): 68-102.

Bastian, Jeanette, and Ben Alexander (eds.). “A Living Archive, Shared by Communities of Records,” in Community Archives. The Shaping of Memory (Facet Books, London 2009): 109-132.

Becker, Snowden. “2012 Archival Education and Research Institute.” The Moving Image 13, no.1 (Spring 2013): 245-247. h

Buchanan, Sarah. “Accessioning the Digital Humanities: Report from the 1st Archival Education and Research Institute.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 4.1 (Summer 2010). 

Buchanan, Sarah, Elaine Franco, and John Sherlock. “Digging into Our ‘Hidden Collections’: Maximizing Staff Skills and Technology to Enhance Access to Special Collections.” In Proceedings of 13th California Academic & Research Libraries (CARL) Conference: Digging into Our Past and Polishing Our Present to Transform Our Future, Ed. B. Smith. California: CARL, 2010. 

Buchanan, Sarah, and Katie Richardson. “Representation Through Documentation: Acquiring Student and Campus Life Records through the Bruin Archives Project.” The American Archivist 75, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 2012): 205-224.

Carbone, Kathy. “Artists in the Archive: An Exploratory Study of the Artist-in-Residence Program at the City of Portland Archives & Records Center.” Archivaria 79 (Spring 2015): 27-52.

Caswell, Michelle, and Andrew J Lau. “Editor’s Notes: Special Section on Archival Education and Human Rights,” special issue of InterActions (2012).

Colwell, Christopher. “Practitioner, ‘Pracademic’ or Just Plain Mad?” IQ: the RIM Quarterly, 31 no.2 (May 2015): 15-17.

Condon, Patricia B., and Eliot Wilczek. “Report on the 2013 Archival Education and Research Institute.” Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture 42, iss. 4 (November 2013): 226–228, DOI: 10.1515/pdtc-2013-0034.

Conway, Paul. “Digital Transformations and the Archival Nature of Surrogates.” Archival Science 14 (2014). DOI: 10.1007/s10502-014-9219-z.

Conway, Paul. “New Culture of Scholarship: An Analysis of North American Archival Research Articles.”American Archivist Online Supplement to Volume 74, (2013): 306:1-15.

Crow, Jeff, Luis Francisco-Revilla, April Norris, Shilpa Shukla, and Ciaran Trace. “A Unique Arrangement: Organizing Collections for Digital Archives and Libraries.” Forthcoming in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL), 2012. [AERI participants are Trace and Norris]

Dong, L., Blanco-Rivera, J.A., Caswell, M., & Steele, J. Examinations of Injustice: Methods for Studying Archives in a Human Rights Context. In A. Gilliland, S. McKemmish, and A. Lau (Eds.), Research in the Archival Multiverse. Monash: Monash University Publishing (forthcoming).

Francisco-Revilla, Luis, Ciaran B. Trace, Haoyang Li, and Sarah A. Buchanan. “Encoded Archival Description: Data Quality and Analysis” in ASIST 2014: Proceedings of the 77th ASIS&T Annual Meeting (vol. 51): Connecting Collections, Cultures, and Communities, ed. A. Grove (Silver Spring, MD: ASIST, 2014): 1-10. 

Furner, Jonathan, and Anne J. Gilliland. “Archival IR: Applying and Adapting Information Retrieval Approaches in Archives and Recordkeeping Research,” Chapter 25, Research in the Archival Multiverse, eds. A. Gilliland, A. Lau and S. McKemmish (in press).

Gilliland, Anne J. “Designing Expert Systems for Archival Evaluation and Processing of Computer Mediated Communications: Frameworks and Methods,” Chapter 22, Research in the Archival Multiverse, eds. A. Gilliland, A. Lau and S. McKemmish (under external monograph review).

Gilliland, Anne. “Neutrality, Social Justice and the Obligations of Archival Educators and Education in the Twenty-first Century.” Archival Science 11 nos. 3-4 (2011).

Gilliland, Anne J. “Pluralizing Archival Education: A Non-Zero-Sum Proposition,” Chapter 10 in Through the Archival Looking Glass: A Reader on Diversity and Inclusion, Mary Caldera and Kathy Neal, eds. (Chicago, IL: Society of American Archivists, 2014): 231-268.

Gilliland, Anne J. “Studying Affect and its Relationship to the Agency of Archivists Since the Yugoslav Wars,” Richard J. Cox, Alison Langmead and Eleanor Mattern, eds. Studies in Archival Education and Research: Selected Papers from the 2014 AERI Conference. (Litwin Press) (in press).

Gilliland, Anne, and Marika Cifor. Eds., special issue on Affect and the Archive. Archival Science (forthcoming, 2015).

Gilliland, Anne J., Andrew Lau and Sue McKemmish, eds. Research in the Archival Multiverse, Social Informatics Monograph Series, Monash University Press (under external review, expected publication date: 2014).

Gilliland, Anne J., Andrew J Lau, and Sue McKemmish. “Pluralizing the Archive,” chapter 7 in Archives for Maintaining Community and Society in the Digital Age, Keiji Fujiyoshi, ed. (Koyasan University, Japan, 2013): 65-74.

Gilliland, Anne J., and Mirna Willer. “Metadata for the Information Multiverse.” Proceedings of iConference 2014, Berlin, March, 2014.

Gilliland, Anne, and Sue McKemmish. “Archival and Recordkeeping Research: Past, Present and Future,” in Research Methods: Information Management, Systems, and Contexts (Prahan, Vic: Tilde University Press, 2013).

Gilliland, Anne, and Sue McKemmish. “Pluralising the Archives in the Multiverse: A Report on Work in Progress.” Atlanti: Review for Modern Archival Theory and Practice 21 (2011): 177-185.

Gilliland, Anne J., and Sue McKemmish. “Recordkeeping Metadata, the Archival Multiverse, and Societal Grand Challenges.Proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications 2012, Kuching, Malaysia, (September 2012): 106-115.

Gilliland, Anne J., and Sue McKemmish. “Rights in Records as a Platform for Participative Archiving,” Richard J. Cox, Alison Langmead and Eleanor Mattern, eds. Studies in Archival Education and Research: Selected Papers from the 2014 AERI Conference. (Litwin Press) (in press).

Gilliland, Anne, and Sue McKemmish. “The Role of Participatory Archives in Furthering Human Rights, Reconciliation and Recovery.” Atlanti: Review for Modern Archival Theory and Practice 24 (2014): 79-88.

Klared, Ann-Sofie. “En Arkivintensiv vecka i Pittsburgh, USA.” Nordisk Arkivnyt 3 (2013): 134-136.

McKemmish, Sue, and Anne J. Gilliland. “Archival and Recordkeeping Research: Past, Present and Future,” in Research Methods: Information Management, Systems, and Contexts, Kirsty Williamson and Graeme Johanson, eds. (Prahan, Vic: Tilde University Press, 2012): 80-112.

McKemmish, Sue, Livia Iacovino, Eric Ketelaar, Melissa Castan and Lynette Russell. “Resetting Relationships: Archives and Indigenous Human Rights in Australia.” Archives and Manuscripts 39 (2011): 107-144.

McKemmish, Sue, Frada Burstein, Shannon Faulkhead, Julie Fisher, Anne J. Gilliland, Ian McLoughlin, and Rob Wilson. “Working with Communities: Community Partnership Research in Information Technology, Management, and Systems.” Information, Communication & Society 15, no. 7 (2012): 985-990.

Soyka, Heather, and Eliot Wilczek. “Documenting the American Military Experience in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.” The American Archivist 77, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 2014): 175–200.

Sternfeld, J. “Archival Theory and Digital Historiography: Selection, Search, and Metadata as Archival Processes for Assessing Historical Contextualization.American Archivist 74.2 (Fall/Winter 2011), 544-575. 

Trace, Ciaran B., and Carlos Ovalle. “Archival Reference and Access: Syllabi and a Snapshot of the Archival Canon.” The Reference Librarian (53) (2012): 1-19.

Trace, Ciaran, and Sarah Buchanan. “Enhancing Evidentiary Work through the Lens of Human-Centered Computing” in 7th Annual Society of American Archivists (SAA) Research Forum Proceedings, eds. Nancy McGovern and Helen Tibbo (Chicago: SAA, August 13, 2013). 

White, Kelvin, and Anne Gilliland. “Promoting Reflexivity and Inclusivity in Archival Education, Research and Practice.” Library Quarterly (in press).

White, Kelvin. “Ethnic Studies as a Theoretical Framework for Archival and Recordkeeping Research,” in Research in the Archival Multiverse, eds. Anne Gilliland, Andrew Lau, and Sue McKemmish (forthcoming).

Willer, Mirna. “Educating for the Archival Multiverse.” The American Archivist 74 (Spring-Summer 2011), 69-102.

Wood, Stacy, Kathy Carbone, Marika Cifor, Anne Gilliland, and Ricardo Punzalan. “Mobilizing Records: Re-framing Archival Description to Support Human Rights.” Archival Science 14 (2014): 397-419.

Youn, Eunha. (2011) ” Archival Studies of 2011 in North America: Current Developments and Trends.” Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management 11(2): 77-94.

Zhang, Jane. “Archival Scholarship in the Nation’s Capital: Ernst Posner,” in Richard J. Cox et al. eds. Studies in Archival Education and Research: Selected Papers from the 2014 AERI Conference, Litwin Books, (2015).

Presentations and Posters 

Abreu, Amelia, Amelia Acker, and Carolyn Hank. “New Directions for 21st Century Digital Collections.” Panel at the 2012 American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting [peer-reviewed proposal]. With Amy Buckland, Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Elin Jacob, Matthew Kirschenbaum, and Gary Marchionini (panelists).

AERI booth at 2012 Society of American Archivist Conference, featuring AERI poster winners Sarah Buchanan (Texas), Elaine Goh (UBC) and Joanne Mihelcic (Monash).

Akmon, Dharma and Morgan Daniels. “Capturing Contextual Information for Scientific Data: Shared Motivations, Divergent Needs.” Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Washington DC, August 13, 2010.

Akmon, Dharma, Morgan Daniels, and Ann Zimmerman. “Data Practices in a Materials Science Group.” FARMER/NAET Conference, Oxford, England, 2010.

Benoit, III, Edward, Kimberly D. Anderson, and A. Powell, “Mind the Gaps: Leveraging Networks to Learn.” Presented at the Midwest Archives Conference. Grand Rapids, MI, 2012.

Brock, C., K. Pierce, and A. Norris. “Building Communities: Designing the Austin Historic Architecture Digital Archive.” Poster presented at the Society of American Archivists Annual Conference, Washington, DC, August 2010.

Buchanan, Sarah, Jonathan Dorey, and Katie Pierce Meyer. “Charting the Archival Enterprise in Doctoral Education through AERI.” Paper presented at the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Annual Conference: Educational Entrepreneurship, Archival/Preservation Education SIG, Philadelphia, PA, January 22, 2014). Refereed Abstract: http://www.alise.org/assets/documents/conf_2014/Abstracts/2014%20sig%20sessions.pdf

Cachola, Ellen-Rae. “An Archival Reading of Postcolonial Vigan through the Evidence Provided by Museums.” International Conference on History of Records and Archives at University of Texas Austin, August 2-4, 2012.

Cachola, Ellen-Rae. “Fashion Shows as Community Archives: Generating Peace and Security from the Ground Up.” CIRN 2012 Community Informatics Conference, Prato, Italy, November 2012. [Winner, best doctoral paper].

Cachola, Ellen-Rae, Dalena Hunter, Patricia Garcia, and Jesse Erickson. “Graduate Education in Archival and Library Studies.” Workshop collaboration between AAP Graduate Research Mentorship Program and Emerging Archival Scholars Program, UCLA, February 6, 2012.

Cachola, Ellen-Rae. “The Postcolonial Archive: Whose Landscape of Memory?” Paper presentation in roundtable, Alterity in the Archives: An exchange between scholars working within, and critically examining, archives. UCLA Women’s Studies and the Center for Information as Evidence, February 4, 2011.

Cachola, Ellen-Rae, Dalena Hunter, Andrew Lau, and Liladhar Pendse Ramchandra. “The Relevance of Postcolonial and Ethnic Studies in Information Studies.” UCLA Information Studies Colloquium, November 4, 2010.

Carbone, Kathy. “Artists in the Archive: Feeling, Recasting, and Performing the Archival Record.” Affect and the Archive Symposium, UCLA, November 20, 2014.

Caswell, Michelle. “From Human Rights to Feminist Ethics: Radical Empathy in the Archives.” Affect and the Archive Symposium, UCLA, November 20, 2014.

Caswell, Michelle (Chair), Kim Anderson, Lorrie Dong, and Ricardo Punzalan. “New Directions in Archival Education: Teaching Pluralized Curricula.” Association of Library and Information Education ALISE 2013, Conference panel session.

Choquette, Mary, (Chair), and 4 AERI doctoral students from various universities. ALISE 2013 Preservation and Archives SIG proposal on the impact of AERI.

Cifor, Marika. “Harvey Milk’s Ponytail: The Affect of Intimacy in the Queer Archives.” Affect and the Archive Symposium, UCLA, November 20, 2014.

Cifor, Marika, and Heather Soyka. “Identifying Research Contributions of Archival Studies and Recordkeeping to Societal Grand Challenges: A Report from the AERI Grand Challenges Working Group,” SAA Research Forum, Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, August 12, 2014.

Condon, Patricia. “Digital Curation: A Set of Practices or an Emerging Discipline? Research Proposal Explored.” Poster presented at DigCCurr PhD Symposium, Curate Thyself: Defining and Cultivating an Academic Trajectory in Digital Curation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. March 17, 2013. [1st place, juried poster session].

Dong, Lorrie. “New Directions in Archival Education: Teaching Pluralized Curricula.” Association for Library and Information Science Education, 2013: juried panel co-presenter.

Dong, Lorrie. “The Timbuktu Manuscript Project: A Decade of Global-Local Collaboration.” Panel chair, “Preserving and Digitizing Records in the Developing World: Trust, Accountability, and International Cooperation” at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archivists, Washington, D.C. (August 2010) [with Michelle Caswell and Joanna Steele].

Dong, Lorrie, and Michelle Caswell. “New Constructions of Malian Identity: International Collaborations and Digital Interpretations of the Ancient Past.” UK and Ireland Forum for Archives and Records Management Education and Research/Network of Archival Educators and Trainers, Oxford, UK (July 2010).

Dong, Lorrie, Virginia Luehrsen, Erik Nordberg, April Norris, and K. Pierce. “Strategies for Designing Undergraduate Archival Courses.” Workshop given at the Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI), Los Angeles, CA, July 2012.

Doty, P., P. Galloway, S. Becker, C. Blaha, C. Brock, L. Dong, S. Kim, Luehrsen, and A. Norris. “Student-led Conferences and Internships: Integrating Professional Community Engagement into an iSchool Doctoral Program.” Juried program, ALISE, Dallas, TX (January 2012).

Evans, Joanne. “Towards Critical Mass in Archival Education and Research.” Short paper at Australian Information Education Symposium (2011).

Evans, Joanne, and Mirna Willer. “Metadata Models and Modeling Methods: Workshop Curriculum Development/Research Methodology.” Building the Future of Archival Education and Research, Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI), University of California Los Angeles, July 8-13, 2012.

Evans, Joanne, Leida Gibbons, and Jessie Lymn. “Achieving Critical Mass: Local Impacts of International Collaboration on Archival Education and Research.” Panel at inForum, 2011.

Gilliland, Anne J. “The Archival Education and Research Initiative,” presentation, Forum on Archival Research, Education and Practice: Collaborating to Create New Knowledge, sponsored by the ICA Section on Archival Education and Training, the Archival Education and Research Initiative, Monash University and the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, August 24, 2012.

Gilliland, Anne J. “The King is Naked! The Impact of Trauma, Loss and Disenchantment upon Archivists and Archival Agency in the Former SFRY.” Affect and the Archive Symposium, UCLA, November 20, 2014.

Gilliland, Anne, and Marika Cifor, Co-Organizers of the Affect and the Archive Symposium, University of California, Los Angeles, November 20, 2014.

Gilliland, Anne, and Sue McKemmish. “Pluralising the Archives in the Multiverse: A Report on Work in Progress,” paper, 21st liAS Conference 2011 International Institute for Archival Science of Trieste (Italy) and Maribor (Slovenia) “liAS” in cooperation with the Archivio di Stato di Trieste (AST) Italy and Central European Initiative (CEI) Trieste, Italy, November 2011.

Gilliland, Anne, and Sue McKemmish. “Recordkeeping Metadata, the Archival Multiverse, and Societal Grand Challenges,” International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, Kuching, Malaysia, September 2012.

Gilliland, Anne, Andrew J. Lau, and Sue McKemmish. “Pluralizing the Archive,” paper, 40th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, New Delhi, February 2012.

Gilliland, Anne J., Sue McKemmish, Michael Wartenbe, and Kelly Besser. “Information and Memory Infrastructure Development: Supporting Resilient Communities and Community-based Scholarship Through Community-centric Recordkeeping and Archival Research, Education, and Practice.” CIRN 2012 Community Informatics Conference, Prato, Italy, November 2012.

Halilovich, Hariz. “Re-imaging the Past after ‘Memoricide’: Archives as Inscribed Memories One’s Existence.” Affect and the Archive Symposium, UCLA, November 20, 2014.

Ibanez, Florante, Ellen-Rae Cachola, Lessa Kanani’opua Pelayo-Lozada, Elnora Kelly Tayag, and Anne Gilliland (Commentator), “Asian and Pacific Islanders (API) Creating Diverse and Collaborative Community Archival Methods.” Panel Presentation, Society of American Archivist Beyond Borders, San Diego Hilton Bayfront, August 10, 2012.

Kim, David. “Knowledge Modeling for Critical Race and Ethnic Studies in Digital Humanities.” A presentation at the Modern Language Association annual conference, Boston, MA, January, 2013.

Kim, David. “Placing the Walls: Chicana/o Murals in LA.” A poster presentation at the iSchools annual conference, Fort Worth, TX, February, 2013.

Kim, David. “The Truth is Out There As Documented Here: International UFO Museum and Research Center.” Affect and the Archive Symposium, UCLA, November 20, 2014.

Lee, Jamie A. “Be/Longing in the Archival Body: Eros and the ‘Endearing’ Value of Material Lives.” Affect and the Archive Symposium, UCLA, November 20, 2014.

Smith, Linda, Anne Gilliland, Joanna Steele, and Angelika Bullock. Panel session on IMLS projects to build LIS education and research. ALISE 2013 Conference.

Soyka, Heather, and Eliot Wilczek. “Documenting the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.” Presentation at the Society of American Archivists Annual Research Forum, San Diego, CA, August, 2012.

Trace, Ciaran B., (Chair), Luis Francisco-Revilla, and April Norris (Commentator). “A Meeting of the Minds: HCI and the Re-engineering of Archival Processing.” Society of American Archivists, San Diego, August 2012.

Wartenbe, Michael. “Affective Labor and Archives.” Affect and the Archive Symposium, UCLA, November 20, 2014.

White, Kelvin. “Archival Research, Education and Practice: Collaborating to Create New Knowledge.” International Council on Archives (ICA)-Section on Archival Education and Training (SAE), the Archival Education and Research Institute, Monash University and the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). ICA 2012 Australia. August 2012.

Wood, Stacy. “Bodily Matter: Affective Gadgets as Spy Memorabilia.” Affect and the Archive Symposium, UCLA, November 20, 2014.

 

 

 

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