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Activismo y pensamiento archivístico latinoamericano: nuevas perspectivas investigativas en estudios de archivo desde el sur

Abstract Activismo y pensamiento archivístico latinoamericano: nuevas perspectivas investigativas en estudios de archivo desde el sur/Archival Activism and Latin-American Archival Thinking: New Research Perspectives on Archive Studies from the South Desde mediados del siglo XX, Latinoamérica ha desarrollado un pensamiento archivístico poco reconocido y estudiado debido a la narrativa anglosajona…

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Short Paper Session

Short Paper Sessions consist of three papers: Sarah Hanahem: The Impact of Donor-Archivist Relationships on the Foundation of the McGill Archives Berlin Loa and Katherine Schlesinger: MLIS Education on Trauma-Informed Archival: Preliminary Research Findings Melvin Hale: Three-Track Mind – KBI – A Unified Theory of Visual Knowledge from Art Practice – AERI 2022 presentation…

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Short Paper Session

Short Paper Sessions consist of three papers: Jeff Hirschy: Sites of Trauma and Remembrance: The Public History and Power of Hurricane Archives and Memorials in Mississippi Deborah Garwood: Archivists’ agency and archival self-image: Description as a meta-collaborative information practice Qiuhui Xiao, Yu Wang, and Bowen Zhang: Decryption Management of the Classified Archives…

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Short Paper Session

Short Paper Sessions consist of three papers: Caitlin Christian-Lamb: “It’s About Who’s Been Missing”: Investigating Gaps between Theory and Practice of Social, Reparative, and Restorative Justice Work in Academic Archives Anna Robinson-Sweet: Picturing the Police Officer with His Pen: Photography and the Carceral Archive Charlotte Im: The Construction and Influence…

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Workshop: Access the Archive; Disability Justice and Archival Praxis

Abstract This workshop will crowdsource materials for a syllabus on archives and disability. This session will raise questions such as – What the syllabus should look like? What are learning outcomes? How should these materials be delivered to support universal access? -What content should be included? How to best access…

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Keynote: Sumayya Ahmed

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=Keynote%3A+Sumayya+Ahmed&iso=20220712T16&p1=1440&ah=1 Zoom details Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMpc-GtrDotEtGB2G5dKG6dMeTcrqBjv6fO After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Community-Based Archives and the Power of Naming Practices

Abstract In this panel, we present findings from the IMLS-funded Community-Based Archives the Power of Naming Practices research project in which we worked with four partner archives – South Asian American Digital Archive, SAADA; the Houston Area Rainbow Collective History, Houston ARCH; the Chicano/a Research Center at Arizona State University;…

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Workshop: Using the backwards design model to create effective online courses

Abstract LSU’s archival studies program utilizes a unique online structure whereby students complete one course at a time in accelerated 7-week terms. The online courses follow a scaffolded structure with all course content and activities aligning with module, course, and programmatic learning objectives. Additionally, the course designs follow a similar…

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