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Thursday, October 26 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
#r3e: Feminism & Social Justice

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Equity, justice, and feminist ethics of care in digital archival practice
Martha Tenney
Barnard College, United States of America
Employing frameworks of equity, justice, and a feminist ethics of care, this talk proposes some interventions in digital archival practice at small, historically white institutions, from documentation strategies to reparatory relations with creators to critical descriptive practices.
Digitizing Feminist History from the Margins - The Learning and Teaching Archive Chicana por mi Raza
Marco Seiferle-Valencia(1,2)
1: Michigan State University Library, United States of America; 2: Chicana por mi Raza Digital Memory Collective
Chicana por mi Raza is a learning and teaching archive centered around recovering imperiled histories of Chicana activism in the long Civil Rights era. This session will discuss the archive and its work with students, including the radical potential of digital tools to challenge traditional custodial models of preservation.
Ethical Considerations
Carolyn Caizzi
Northwestern University Libraries, United States of America
This presentation will explore the tension between the mission of libraries to preserve and facilitate access to digital content, while respecting the communities represented. A review of ethics in library literature and examples of recent projects that required librarians to be arbiters of these ethical considerations will be presented.

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Carolyn Caizzi

Repository and Digital Curation, Northwestern University

Thursday October 26, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm

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