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Archives & Ethics at the Radical Archives conference

The Archives & Ethics strand at the Radical Archives conference includes:

KEYNOTE by Lara Baladi (Cinema Tahrir, the Arab Image Foundation) on the archive as first document of revolution and last site of resistance, Friday at 10 am

KEYNOTE by Shaina Anand (CAMP, ) on intellectual property and intellectual propriety, testimony and ownership, and archival ethics, Saturday 4/12 at 2:20 pm


Collecting Resistance: Archivists in/of Movements with Fredrik Egefur on Swedish labor and protest archives, Sharon Farb & Ali Jamshidi on the archives of the Iranian Green Movement, Kelly Haydon on the afterlives of AMCs, Amy Roberts on the Occupy Archives, and T-Kay Sangwand on post-custodial agreements, moderated by Zachary Loeb of Librarian Shipwreck. Friday 4/11 at 1:50 pm

The Prison and the Archive with Francisco Diaz Casique on the Pelican Bay State hunger strikes and the prisoner’s body as archive, Carol Jacobsen on collecting the stories of women prisoners in Michigan, Samina Shahidi on Iranian prison memoirs, and Jaime Taylor on the ethics of archiving in prison contexts. Moderated by Alexis Agathocleous, prisoners' rights advocate at the Center for Constitutional Rights. Friday 4/11 at 3:50 pm

Archiving Palestine, reports on the current status of historical Palestinian archives from members of Librarians & Archivists to Palestine, with Grace Lile, Mezna Qato, and Maggie Schreiner, moderated by Rachel Mattson. Saturday at 10:50 am (Cantor 102)

Archives from Below, with Interference Archive members and collaborators Molly Fair, Bonnie Gordon, Jen Hoyer, Anika Paris, Blithe Riley, and Ryan Lee Wong. Saturday 4/12 at 3:10 pm

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Posted by mariam on 2014-03-31 16:34:54