Posts Tagged: archives

Racial Intersectional Equality in the Archive: What We Can Take Forward from the ‘Decolonise the Curriculum’ Movement – Emma Pizarro

Emma Pizarro explores what the decolonise the curriculum movement can teach us about representation and inclusion in our collections.

Racial Intersectional Equality in the Archive: What We Can Take Forward from the ‘Decolonise the Curriculum’ Movement – Emma Pizarro

Emma Pizarro explores what the decolonise the curriculum movement can teach us about representation and inclusion in our collections.

Performing the Archive: Queer Classified Adverts from the 1920s – Vicky Iglikowski-Broad

Vicky Iglikowski-Broad explores how The National Archives have reached new audiences through archive-inspired performance.

Performing the Archive: Queer Classified Adverts from the 1920s – Vicky Iglikowski-Broad

Vicky Iglikowski-Broad explores how The National Archives have reached new audiences through archive-inspired performance.

Helpful Online Resources for New Professionals – Charlotte McCrory

School Archivist Charlotte McCrory shares some online resources offering helpful guidance to new professionals working with archives.

Helpful Online Resources for New Professionals – Charlotte McCrory

School Archivist Charlotte McCrory shares some online resources offering helpful guidance to new professionals working with archives.

Podcasting is a Playground: How Archiving Becomes a Creative Art Through Digital Storytelling – Annie Gilfillan

Annie Gilfillan, archivist and co-host of the Stories of Scotland podcast, discusses the use of archives in digital storytelling through podcasts.

Podcasting is a Playground: How Archiving Becomes a Creative Art Through Digital Storytelling – Annie Gilfillan

Annie Gilfillan, archivist and co-host of the Stories of Scotland podcast, discusses the use of archives in digital storytelling through podcasts.

The Same But Different – Holly Smith

With the new ARA Section for Archives and Museums established, Holly Smith shares her experience of transferring archival skills to working with museum collections.

The Same But Different – Holly Smith

With the new ARA Section for Archives and Museums established, Holly Smith shares her experience of transferring archival skills to working with museum collections.

How I Started – Janice Tullock

Janice Tullock shares her career journey from unhelpful careers officer advice to working as a freelance archive consultant.

How I Started – Janice Tullock

Janice Tullock shares her career journey from unhelpful careers officer advice to working as a freelance archive consultant.

Cataloguing the Papers of the Island History Trust – Abigail Williams

Abigail Williams discusses cataloguing the papers of the Island History Trust and the importance of upholding community ownership over the collection.

Cataloguing the Papers of the Island History Trust – Abigail Williams

Abigail Williams discusses cataloguing the papers of the Island History Trust and the importance of upholding community ownership over the collection.