Overdue Conversations - A Columbia Libraries Podcast

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Overdue Conversations is a podcast about the ways archives inform our discussions around history, literature, and politics. From digital publishing to reparative justice, climate change to public health, this series of overdue conversations takes archival documents out of the stacks and into the public forum to consider how collecting practices, selective reading, and erasure of past knowledge informs and distorts contemporary debates. 

Our first season examined the role of archives in the movement at Georgetown to confront the history of enslavement at the university. Our second season investigates how the digital content revolution is transforming the role of archives. 

You can listen to all of our episodes here: https://overdue.podcasts.library.columbia.edu/