The latest issue of Archives and Records, guest edited by Rüstem Ertuğ Altınay and Olivera Jokić, explores how the changing notions of the popular affect how we imagine and build archives, and the opportunities and challenges popular culture materials present for archivists, institutions, and researchers.
Nottingham Black Archive as Activism
Panya Banjoko (Nottingham Black Archive / NTU)
PPCRG New Directions Series
The journal "I quaderni del m.ae.s. - Journal of m.ae.s." is opening a call for scientific contributions in view of the publication of its 19th issue, scheduled for 30 November 2021.
The journal, founded in 1998, is hosted by the AlmaDL Journals service, the digital publication system for peer-reviewed journals of the University of Bologna. It therefore guarantees the utilisation of a double blind peer-review system and of an Open Access policy, which contributes to the dissemination of scientific debate and knowledge.
This is a call for Book Chapters: Role of Libraries, Archives, and Museums in Achieving Civic Engagement and Social Justice in Smart Cities.. (details given below)
The deadline for proposal submission has been extended until March 23t due to a high number of requests.
Thanks to everyone who has already submitted a proposal
Good afternoon. I am a member of the Midwest Archives Conference's 2020-2021 Archie Motley Memorial Scholarship Committee, and am happy to share the call for nominations for the scholarship, which allows students of color studying in an accredited archives program within the U.S. Midwest to attend the Midwest Archives Conference. Please see the full text of the announcement below for more information.
Archie Motley Memorial Scholarship Applications Solicited
»Verschwinden«. Engaging with material & medial losses in the archive and library
»Midterm Conference« MWW Research Association
14/15 October 2021, German Literature Archive Marbach
FILM HERITAGE AND DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP: COMPUTER-BASED APPROACHES TO FILM ARCHIVING, RESTORATION, AND PHILOLOGY
Edited by Rossella Catanese (University of Udine), Adelheid Heftberger (German Bundesarchiv, Berlin), and Christian Gosvig Olesen (University of Amsterdam/Utrecht University)
Application Deadline: March 1, 2021
The names Marbach, Weimar, and Wolfenbüttel stand for three institutions united by more than 500 years of German and European ideas, literature, and culture. The German Literature Archive Marbach, the Klassik Stiftung Weimar and the Herzog August Library Wolfenbüttel collect, preserve, and provide access to sources that are crucial to the study of German literary and intellectual traditions, and their research focus is devoted to studying the long-term transformations of cultural heritage in Germany.