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Thursday, August 20 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
SESSION 201- 'Mind Your Own F#@king Business': Documenting Communities that Don't Want to Be Documented and the Diversity of the American Record

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Archivists continue to seek new ways to diversify the American record. This session uses a pecha kucha format to investigate documenting communities that resist documentation efforts. Six presentations investigate the rationale behind documenting communities, how it is (or could be) done, and the balance between the desire for communities to remain unrecorded and the desire for a complete American record.  The presenters cover decolonizing copyright, graffiti art culture, the “right to forget” movement and anonymity, domestic terrorists, LGBT activists and business owners, polygamists, and law enforcement officers. 

Speakers
avatar for Terry Baxter

Terry Baxter

archivist, Multnomah County Archives
Terry has been an archvist since 1985, working at the Oregon State Archives, Pacificorp, and Multnomah County Archives. He has served in various appointed and elected positions in both SAA and Northwest Archivists and is currently a steering committee member of the Archives Leadership Institute. He has written and presented about a number of archival subjects, often focusing on inclusion and community archives.
avatar for Libby Coyner

Libby Coyner

Archivist, Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records
I work as an Archivist at the Arizona State Archives, and was trained in the University of British Columbia's Master of Archival Studies Program. I am a Ph.D. dropout who now spends time reading, riding bicycles, and rescuing cats. Previous research focused on tattoos as personal archives.
avatar for Adrienne Harling

Adrienne Harling

Consultant
I am a library and archives consultant who does a variety of project based work for different kinds of institutions and individuals. Most of my projects involve supporting new repositories in their early development phases, or processing large archival collections. I currently work for a northern California Tribe building their digital library and archives infrastructure, using Mukurtu CMS. I am interested in exploring new models for... Read More →
avatar for Shannon O'Neill

Shannon O'Neill

Associate Director of Archives and Special Collections, Barnard College Archives
Shannon is the Associate Director of Archives and Special Collections and the History Librarian at Barnard College. Prior to joining Barnard, she was a librarian and archivist at the Atlantic City Free Public Library and the photo archivist for the Los Angeles Public Library. Shannon’s professional interests include community-based archival practices, radical histories and social justice issues, and the use of primary resource materials in... Read More →
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Heather Oswald

Public Services and Outreach Archivist, Emory University
Heather Oswald is the Public Services and Outreach Archivist in the Rose Library at Emory University. She holds Masters' in Public History from Loyola University Chicago, and Archival Studies from Clayton State University and earned a B.A. in History from the University of Michigan. Throughout her career, Heather has worked in both university and museum archives leading outreach initiatives and making collections accessible. | | Heather... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Waxman

Jennifer Waxman

Archives Consultant
Jennifer Waxman is an archivist and consultant specializing in preservation and collection management. Previously she has worked for the National World War II Museum, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Archives, the Center for Jewish History, New York University, the Museum of Modern Art, and at the American University in Cairo in Egypt. She teaches at Drexel's graduate archives program, and herself received her MA in History with an... Read More →



Thursday August 20, 2015 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Grand Ballroom A Cleveland Convention Center, 300 Lakeside Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44114

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