Category Archives: workshop

CFP: “After the Digital Revolution”

How can we improve the findability of born-digital records in literary and publishers’ archives? How can we use these collections to produce new knowledge? Workshop 2: “After the Digital Revolution”   This workshop in London (25-26 January 2018) is the second of two “After the Digital Revolution” events funded by a British Academy Rising Star Engagement […]

Future Past: researching archives in the digital age

The IHR and British Records Association (BRA) invite you to attend this one day conference on Thursday 18 May 2017. This conference aims to promote the understanding and collaboration between archivists and researchers; explore challenges posed by digital access to collections, and improve methodologies (e.g. education/training for researchers in what information is available from online catalogues, […]

CFP: Paper Trails Workshop

Workshop, 19-21* June 2017 University College London     Often there is more than research inside the books we read. Bookmarks, train tickets, receipts, and menus tucked into pages offer clues about the life of the book itself. Yet the lives of our research material often go unmarked, lost between the gaps in disciplinary boundaries […]

Archives: the Ethics of Keeping

A Research Symposium held by the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (Sydney) in partnership with the State Library of NSW. Tuesday 26 July 2016, 9am–12.30pm Venue: Powerhouse Museum 500 Harris St, Ultimo NSW 2007   Explore the central and sometimes difficult topics concerning judgments and the place of the archive in contemporary society. In this symposium, […]

CFP: Preservation and Rot

The Sheffield Centre for Archival Practice presents the second of their Archives Vice Versa events. University of Sheffield, 7th July 2016, 2-4pm VENUE: John Carr Design Suite, Portobello Centre, Mappin Street, Sheffield Invited speaker: Professor Jane Winters Professor of Digital History and Head of Publications Institute of Historical Research, University of London Join us for a discussion of […]

Making Archives, Shaping History

University of Manchester 26 April, 10am, ALB G30-31 In the process of creative making archaeologists, architects, visual artists and conservators produce and assemble a massive and heterogeneous amount of visual and paper objects: correspondence, sketches and drawings, working models and simulations, observational reports and reading notes. While the fate and politics of established archives is largely tackled in […]

Open graves, open archives: Ethics and evidence

Fascinating workshop in April 2016 being hosted by Haverford College and Bard College. From their website: ‘The purpose of this symposium is to create dialogue between two distinct sites where evidence is preserved and information disseminated for the purposes of the broader public good: archives and mass graves. In recent years, the growth of digital […]