Description

Hear three CSU School of Information Studies lecturers talk archives with Charles Sturt University archivist Wayne Doubleday. They discuss archives as the last great unknown, archives as evidence, the role of archives in social justice and archives in the digital world. Hear how digitisation happens, hear how archivists try to address past wrongs with metadata and other tools to add to the record and hear why evidence is so important for the times we’re living in.

Period26 Nov 2020

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Media contributions

  • TitleArchives: Evidence, memory and social justice
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outlet2MCE
    Media typeRadio
    Duration/Length/Size30 minutes
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date26/11/20
    DescriptionHear three CSU School of Information Studies lecturers talk archives with Charles Sturt University archivist Wayne Doubleday. They discuss archives as the last great unknown, archives as evidence, the role of archives in social justice and archives in the digital world. Hear how digitisation happens, hear how archivists try to address past wrongs with metadata and other tools to add to the record and hear why evidence is so important for the times we’re living in.
    URLhttps://2mce.org/podcast/archives-evidence-memory-and-social-justice/
    PersonsLouise Curham, Jessie Lymn, Robert Pymm, Simon Wakeling