DLF Forum 2019 has ended
Learn more here.

#DLFforum #LearnAtDLF #DigiPres19 #DLFvillage

OSF Repositories: DLF Forum + DigiPres19

Shared Notes Folders for Learn@DLF + DLF Forum + DigiPres19: http://bit.ly/2019DLF
Back To Schedule
Tuesday, October 15 • 10:20am - 11:15am
#t2e: ethics + community archives

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule, view media, leave feedback and see who's attending!

Feedback form is now closed.
Session Chair: Andrea Schuler (Tufts University)
Documenting Detention: The Complexities of Digitizing the Living Archive of a Vulnerable Community
Lisa Lamont, Amanda Lanthorne, Arel Lucas, Katie Romabiles, Matt Ferrill, Christine Zielinski, Joseph Baker, Ivette Lorona
San Diego State University, United States of America
The San Diego State University Library houses a collection of letters that documents the lives of migrants held at the Otay Mesa Detention Center on the US-Mexico border. This presentation examines the complex ethical and legal issues and ever-evolving workflow of digitizing and providing public access to such a collection.
Collaborating to identify and dismantle structural inequalities within the digital humanities field
Jessica Holland
ACOR, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Digital Humanities in the Arab region is an emerging field facing inherited problems. An American research center in Jordan built an open-access digital archive providing interpretation based on local and international scholarship to try to combat such issues. This presentation will reflect on our process and offer guidance for replication.
The Woolsey Fire Memory Project: Community Archives as a Response to Collective Trauma
Josias Bartram, Melissa Nykanen, Kelsey Knox, Anna Speth, Reilly Saint-Amand, Alice Tsay
Pepperdine University Libraries
The Woolsey Fire Memory Project is a community archive created in response to the collective trauma of a mass shooting followed by a devastating wildfire. The project is designed to foster healing by providing a forum for community members to share their memories, while preserving a record for future study.

avatar for Andrea Schuler

Andrea Schuler

Copyright & Open Scholarship Librarian, Tufts University

avatar for Jessica Holland

Jessica Holland

Archivist, ACOR
Working in Amman, Jordan on a digital archive project. Interested in middle eastern contemporary art and museum practice.

Tuesday October 15, 2019 10:20am - 11:15am EDT
Meeting Rooms 5-6