Posts Tagged: intersectionality

An Interview with Verne Harris – Sean Ravey

Recent graduate Sean Ravey interviews Verne Harris about his new book, Ghosts of Archive.

An Interview with Verne Harris – Sean Ravey

Recent graduate Sean Ravey interviews Verne Harris about his new book, Ghosts of Archive.

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.

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.