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Flora and fonds: activating herbaria as archives
An herbarium (pl. herbaria) is a collection of botanical specimens, primarily used for identification and classification of species. While herbaria may not be structured as archives traditionally are, I will argue that the ...
Archival harm reduction: utilizing public health harm reduction concepts for reconciliatory power shifts in archives
Canadian archives are both generated from and help to maintain white supremacist and settler- colonial frameworks. The 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action specifically tasked Canadian archival ...
Oral history and human rights: the archive and disability at Winnipeg's Oral History Centre
Carlos Sosa, a member of the Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities (MLPD) and the principal investigator in the MLPD Oral History Project, stated in a 2021 oral history interview that “it’s absolutely critical that ...