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.’
The Section’s own Chiara Fallone outlines how they gained new skills through volunteering with the West Wales Veterans’ Archive.
Recent graduate Sean Ravey interviews Verne Harris about his new book, Ghosts of Archive.
Rosemary Hall shares tips for using technology to adapt to working from home and to be prepared for short-notice lockdown announcements.
Recent MA graduate Karen Macfarlane shares insights from her research into perceptions of white supremacy in the UK archives and records sector.
Vicky Iglikowski-Broad explores how The National Archives have reached new audiences through archive-inspired performance.
The archivist behind the @ArchivistMemes Twitter account discusses the importance of laughter and professional community.
Annie Gilfillan, archivist and co-host of the Stories of Scotland podcast, discusses the use of archives in digital storytelling through podcasts.
Kate Doughty shares her experience of working on the Refugee Rights in Records project.
Australian archivist and records manager, Melissa Read, discusses the balancing act of completing funded cataloguing projects and seeking resources for regular cataloguing work.