Posts Tagged: diversity

Committing to Making Change – Karen Macfarlane

Recent MA graduate Karen Macfarlane shares insights from her research into perceptions of white supremacy in the UK archives and records sector.

Committing to Making Change – Karen Macfarlane

Recent MA graduate Karen Macfarlane shares insights from her research into perceptions of white supremacy in the UK archives and records sector.

DCDC Conference 2019 – Thomas Wales

Our Digital Training Officer, Thomas Wales, shares his key insights from attending DCDC Conference 2019.

DCDC Conference 2019 – Thomas Wales

Our Digital Training Officer, Thomas Wales, shares his key insights from attending DCDC Conference 2019.

Archives and Diversity are Cancelled. We Need Archival Intersectionality – Jasspreet Thethi

Jasspreet Thethi explains the benefits of adopting an intersectional approach to diversifying the archives sector.

Archives and Diversity are Cancelled. We Need Archival Intersectionality – Jasspreet Thethi

Jasspreet Thethi explains the benefits of adopting an intersectional approach to diversifying the archives sector.

ARA Conference 2019 – Lucy Brownson

New Professionals bursary recipient Lucy Brownson reports on Jass Thethi’s paper presented at ARA Conference 2019.

ARA Conference 2019 – Lucy Brownson

New Professionals bursary recipient Lucy Brownson reports on Jass Thethi’s paper presented at ARA Conference 2019.

Empowered Collaboration: Privilege, Lived Experience and Emotional Labour – Jasspreet Thethi

Jasspreet Thethi introduces the concept of empowered collaboration with marginalised and under-served groups for improving diversity in heritage institutions.

Empowered Collaboration: Privilege, Lived Experience and Emotional Labour – Jasspreet Thethi

Jasspreet Thethi introduces the concept of empowered collaboration with marginalised and under-served groups for improving diversity in heritage institutions.

Breaking Down Barriers to Access the Profession – Katie Murphy

This week’s post was contributed by Katie, a current ARM student, who suggests different routes into the heritage profession besides than the usual formal university-level education as a means of making the profession more inclusive.

Breaking Down Barriers to Access the Profession – Katie Murphy

This week’s post was contributed by Katie, a current ARM student, who suggests different routes into the heritage profession besides than the usual formal university-level education as a means of making the profession more inclusive.