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Friday, August 17 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
503 - Representing Survivors of Violence in College and University Archives [ROOM CHANGE]

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This panel session broadly asks how survivors of violence are represented in campus archives. We live in an age of growing awareness of sexual violence, the impact of white supremacy on students of color, and the effects of abuse on survivors. Can campus archives center the voices of survivors while protecting their privacy? We examine the theoretical and practical issues that must be considered in addressing these matters.

Caitlin Christian-Lamb: Remembrance and Representations of Hate: University Archives and Vernacular Memory of the Murder of Lt. Richard Collins III

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Ana Roeschley

Assistant Professor & Director of Archival Studies, University of North Texas

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Caitlin Christian-Lamb

Ph.D. Candidate / Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, University of Maryland / Louisiana State University
Caitlin is an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice at Louisiana State University’s School of Library & Information Science, a PhD candidate at the University of Maryland’s iSchool, and a Review Editor for dh+lib. Her dissertation research is on social and reparative justice initiatives in academic archival settings, particularly in terms of gaps between published theory and practice, universities as racialized organizations, and the role of the individual archivist within a larger organization... Read More →
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Jessica Holden

Reference Archivist, University of Masschusetts Boston
Jessica Holden is the Reference Archivist in the Joseph P. Healey Library at the University of Massachusetts Boston, where she manages the University Archives and Special Collections department's reference services and archival instruction program. She holds a BA in English from the... Read More →
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Harvey Long

Librarian, Alabama A&M University
Harvey Long is Head of Access Services at Alabama A&M University in Normal, AL. After graduating with an English degree from Winston-Salem State University, he received a Master of Arts degrees in Library & Information Studies, with concentrations in archival and African-American... Read More →

Friday August 17, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
Washington 5, [Exhibition Level]