Through the archival looking glass : a reader on diversity and inclusion / edited by Mary A. Caldera and Kathryn M. Neal.

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Other Authors: Caldera, Mary A. (Editor), Neal, Kathryn M. (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Chicago, Illinois : Society of American Archivists, [2014]
Table of Contents:
  • Identity and inclusion in the archives: challenges of documenting one's own community / by Valerie Love and Marisol Ramos
  • Into the deep end: one archivist's struggles with diversity, community, and collaboration and their implications for our profession / by Mark A. Greene
  • Regarding indigenous knowledge in archives / by Jeffrey Mifflin
  • Revolutionizing the archival record through rap: Cuban hip hop and its implications for reorienting the archival paradigm / by Tiffany-Kay Sangwand
  • Archives (re)imagined elsewhere: Asian American community-based archival organizations / by Vivian Wong, Tom Ikeda, Ellen-Rae Cachola, and Florante Peter Ibanez
  • A documentation case study: the desegregation of Virginia education (DOVE) project -/ by Sonia Yaco and Beatriz Betancourt Hardy
  • Respecting their word: how the Braun Research Library works with native communities / by Kim Walters
  • Building diversity inside archival institutions / by Sharon Thibodeau
  • The family and community archives project: introducing high school students to archives and the archives profession / by Daniel Hartwig and Christine Weideman
  • Pluralizing archival education: a non-zero-sum proposition / by Anne J. Gilliland.