Speaker Series 2020

February 6, 2020

5-6:30 pm Public Presentation
Room S107 in the ENR2 Building

Tracing what's been called 'the archival turn' in a large number of disciplines, Politics of the Archive/s centers both the conceptual 'archive' and the material 'archives' to make sense of the tension that arises within transdisciplinary deployments, translations, and interpretations of what might be considered 'archival.' 

Michelle Caswell, Ph.D
Centering Achives on Oppressed People
Feminist Standpoint
Epistemology and Archival Values
Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez, MLIS
Centering practitioner experiences in archival scholarship
What does feminist editorship look like? 
Jennifer R. O'Neal, MLIS
Centering Indigenous Knowledge in the Archival Paradigm
Anjali Arondekar
Sexuality's Abundance: Towards a Poetics of the Archive
03/26/2020 - 5:00pm
CATalyst Studios, UA Main Library
Yolanda Padilla
Recovering Borderland Modernism: Mariano Azuela's Los de abajo and El Paso's Spanish-Language Print Culture
04/23/2020 - 5:00pm

Organized By: 

Anita Huizar-Hernandez, Department of Spanish and Portuguese and Jamie A. Lee, School of Information 

Sponsored By: 

Arizona Queer Archives, School of Information, Department of Spanish & Portuguese,College of SBS, Human Rights Certificate Program, Division of Equity, Inclusion, and Title IX, UA Libraries & Special Collections, Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry, Institute for LGBT Studies