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Monday, October 15 • 4:00pm - 4:55pm
#m4c: Community Archives, Labor, and Care

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Presentations
 
The (Omni)Present Erasure of Archival Labor in Media: A Case Study
Rebecca Pattillo
University of Louisville, United States of America
 
This session will provide strategies for combating the trope employed by journalists that archival holdings are “discovered” by outside persons—effectively erasing archival labor. The presenter’s experience with a reporter writing about the Louisville Omni Hotel will serve as a case study in proactive and reactive engagement on this issue.
 
 
Hyperlocal Histories and Digital Collections: Strategies for Collection, Curation, Preservation, and Collaboration
Jim McGrath
Brown University, United States of America
 
This presentation hopes to inspire a conversation on the places, perceptions, and ideas of the hyperlocal - local histories, audiences, use-cases, forms of activism, artistic uses and contexts - in the work we do to collect, digitize, curate, and preserve archives of local history.
 
 
The Parkland Tragedy and the Post-Custodial Archival Model: the Guide We Hope You Never Need
Joanne Parandjuk(1), Victoria Thur(1), Jeff Schwartz(2)
1: Florida Atlantic University, United States of America; 2: Parkland Historical Society
 
Without a playbook, cultural heritage caretakers move to capture the unimaginable collective grief left behind at mass shooting memorials and find a somber network of helpful practitioners.This presentation discusses community collaboration, the post-custodial archival model, and the emergence of grief archiving as a practice following mass shootings in the US.
 

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Speakers
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Jim McGrath

Postdoc, Brown University
Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Public Humanities at the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage. Former Project Director of Our Marathon: The Boston Bombing Digital Archive. Former Coordinator for Northeastern University Library Digital Scholarship Group... Read More →
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Joanne Parandjuk

Digital Library Manager, Florida Atlantic University
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Rebecca Pattillo

Metadata Librarian, University of Louisville
Metadata Librarian in Archives and Special Collections at UofL. Interested in culturally sensitive metadata, migrations from proprietary to open source, community archives, archival labor and awareness.


Monday October 15, 2018 4:00pm - 4:55pm
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