Researching archiving practices and discourses from the 1890s onward, digital archaeology, the romance between nationalism and strategic archival impulses, information, digital archaeology, the mediation of cultural brokers like librarians + historians, community run archives, and the democratization of archiving as a social movement for equality.

Researching archiving practices and discourses from the 1890s onward, digital archaeology, the romance between nationalism and strategic archival impulses, information, digital archaeology, the mediation of cultural brokers like librarians + historians, community run archives, and the democratization of archiving as a social movement for equality.

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  1. derica said: jennifer bajorek does great work on this re. the african photographic archive (mainly francophone west africa and southern africa but theoretical waves with broader resonance too)
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  3. poeticdoxa said: Your picture and quote epitomizes the romantic image of being a scholar to me. Which proves how susceptible the nerd in me still is to it, even with a the problems I have with the academic game.
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