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SIS Radio: Archives: Evidence, memory and social justice

Charles Sturt University's School of Information Studies

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Information and how we access it, archive it, treat it and record it affects our every day lives.

In this montly program, staff from Charles Sturt University's School of Information Studies discuss a range of topics from libraries in prisons and equitable access, to how we keep our everyday data.


Listen in to ‘Archives: Evidence, memory and social justice’ to 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.

Contributors include Dr. Simon Wakeling, Dr. Louise Curham, Dr. Jane Garner, Dr. Hamid Jamali, Bob Pymm, Dr. Asim Qayyum, Dr Jessie Lymn, and Dr. Kasey Garrison.

Photo: Unsplash / Michael d Beckwith

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