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2021 Kenneth Karmiole Lecture in Archival Studies: The Pink Room and Archive Stories
The UCLA Department of Information Studies present the 2021 Kenneth Karmiole Lecture in Archival Studies: The Pink Room and Archive Stories.

Join us for this engaging webinar with Jennifer Douglas, Assistant Professor, iSchool, University of British Columbia.

This talk tells archive stories. It tells stories about intimate relationships that form in, through and around archives: relationships between a mother’s archives and a daughter’s archives; between the living and the dead; between a researcher and the subjects of her research. The story begins in 2018. Or 1999. Or 1981. It begins with a line in a diary: “Do Not Look in Here!!! This is my Diary!! This is Lara Gilbert’s LIFE!!”

Jan 28, 2021 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jennifer Douglas
Assistant Professor, iSchool @University of British Columbia
Jennifer Douglas lives and works on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Musqueam people. She is an assistant professor at the School of Information at the University of British Columbia, where she teaches courses on arrangement and description, personal and community archives, and archival research and scholarship. Her research focuses on the roles of records creation and keeping in the intimate and emotional lives of individuals and communities, and on archivists’ responsibilities to support, represent, and make space for these roles.