Author Archives: Elizabeth

Remoting Working and Oral History Interviews: How to make it work – Charlotte Im

Charlotte Im writes about her experiences of conducting oral histories, while working remotely at the Guardian News and Media Archive.

Remoting Working and Oral History Interviews: How to make it work – Charlotte Im

Charlotte Im writes about her experiences of conducting oral histories, while working remotely at the Guardian News and Media Archive.

Internships, Lockdowns, and Adaptability – Bethany Duck

Bethany Duck, Archives and Records Assistant at Westminster School, discusses her experiences of beginning a traineeship during lockdown.

Internships, Lockdowns, and Adaptability – Bethany Duck

Bethany Duck, Archives and Records Assistant at Westminster School, discusses her experiences of beginning a traineeship during lockdown.

Writing a Journal Article from Professional Practice – Forget Chaterera Zambuko, Helen Hockx-Yu, Victoria Hoyle, and Sarah-Joy Maddeaux

The Archives and Records journal editorial team share their top tips for writing an article from professional practice.

Writing a Journal Article from Professional Practice – Forget Chaterera Zambuko, Helen Hockx-Yu, Victoria Hoyle, and Sarah-Joy Maddeaux

The Archives and Records journal editorial team share their top tips for writing an article from professional practice.

The Archiving of Police Records – Daisy Murray-Smith

Daisy Murray-Smith discusses her research into the management of historical police records.

The Archiving of Police Records – Daisy Murray-Smith

Daisy Murray-Smith discusses her research into the management of historical police records.

Interview: Producing the Archival Body with Jamie A. Lee – Lucy Brownson

Lucy Brownson, a doctoral researcher at the University of Sheffield and the Chatsworth House Trust, interviews author and Assistant Professor Jaime A. Lee on her new book ‘Producing the Archive Body.’

Interview: Producing the Archival Body with Jamie A. Lee – Lucy Brownson

Lucy Brownson, a doctoral researcher at the University of Sheffield and the Chatsworth House Trust, interviews author and Assistant Professor Jaime A. Lee on her new book ‘Producing the Archive Body.’

Preserving Smell: How and Why? – Isabel Lauterjung

Isabel Lauterjung shares her research into the archiving of smell.

Preserving Smell: How and Why? – Isabel Lauterjung

Isabel Lauterjung shares her research into the archiving of smell.

How I Started – Peter Morphew, the Artist Archivist

The Artist Archivist discusses the creative potential of archives and how they developed their archives-inspired artistic practice.

How I Started – Peter Morphew, the Artist Archivist

The Artist Archivist discusses the creative potential of archives and how they developed their archives-inspired artistic practice.

Writing a Journal Article from a Dissertation – Helen Hockx-Yu, Victoria Hoyle, and Sarah-Joy Maddeaux

The Archives and Records journal editorial team share their top tips for turning a dissertation into a journal article.

Writing a Journal Article from a Dissertation – Helen Hockx-Yu, Victoria Hoyle, and Sarah-Joy Maddeaux

The Archives and Records journal editorial team share their top tips for turning a dissertation into a journal article.

Learning in Lockdown – Chiara Fallone

The Section’s own Chiara Fallone outlines how they gained new skills through volunteering with the West Wales Veterans’ Archive.

Learning in Lockdown – Chiara Fallone

The Section’s own Chiara Fallone outlines how they gained new skills through volunteering with the West Wales Veterans’ Archive.

My Lockdown Dissertation Experience – Natalie White

Recent MA student Natalie White details the hidden blessings of completing studies during lockdown and shares findings of their research into creative engagament with archives.

My Lockdown Dissertation Experience – Natalie White

Recent MA student Natalie White details the hidden blessings of completing studies during lockdown and shares findings of their research into creative engagament with archives.