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How We Got Here: Creating Space for Disabled Archival Workers

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

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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The Process and Implications of Books in Archival Studies

Abstract This session brings together four authors of recent books in archival studies that examine unique but entangled processes by which power circulates and is mobilized through archives. Together panelists discuss the processes and implications of book-length arguments for archival studies. Urgent Archives: Enacting Liberatory Memory Work (Routledge, 2021) explores…

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Facilitating Archival Education and Research through New Media Collaboratively: A Chinese Practice of WeChat Public Account Operation

Abstract The WeChat public account “Lingnan Archives” operated by the archival research team of Sun Yat-sen University in Southern China is a fresh platform for advocating archival education and archival work. As one part of professional training for students majoring in archival science at different levels, it aims to disseminate the value of archives and publicize the concepts as…

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Facilitating Data Re-use

Abstract A range of information scholarship has investigated data reuse in scientific communities (see Shiue et al., 2021; Wofford et al 2019; Pasquetto, Borgman, & Wofford, 2019; Pasquetto, Randles, & Borgman, 2017; Palmer et al., 2011; Wallis et al., 2013). Work in community and Indigenous archives has likewise explored how…

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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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Yarning about Indigenous Research and the Archives in Australia

Abstract The presenters in this session have all had personal and professional experiences with archives. In approaching topics for research, they bring with them their standpoints, lived experiences and connections to their people and communities. These connections have guided the approaches and the values they bring to their research.  As…

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