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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

Chair
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Ana K. Roeschley

Ph.D. Student, University of North Texas
Ana Roeschley is a PhD student at the University of North Texas. She has a BA in English from the University of Texas at Austin, an MS in LIS and an MA in History from Simmons College. Ana's research interests include collective memory, participatory archival culture, and digital... Read More →

Speakers
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Caitlin Christian-Lamb

Ph.D. Student, University of Maryland
Caitlin is a PhD student at the University of Maryland's iSchool, where she focuses on collective memory, digital humanities, and the nature of secrecy in email archive collections. She previously worked as the Digital Archivist of Davidson College.
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Jessica Holden

Reference Archivist, University of Masschusetts Boston
Jessica is the Reference Archivist 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 an MS in Library and Information Science from Simmons Colleg... Read More →
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Harvey Long

PhD Student, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Harvey is a second-year doctoral student in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Information School. Long holds an undergraduate degree in English with a minor in History from Winston-Salem State University. His research interests include archival studies, and African American his... Read More →


Attendees (136)