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COMMUNITY ARCHIVING: DESIGNING THE ARCHIVE

“Designing the Archive” is the second installment in our Starting Conversations series on Community Archiving. Facilitator Shane Flores discusses the design process with two New Mexico Highlands University students who helped to design the Manitos Community Memory Project digital archives. Lilly…

CITIZEN JOURNALISM WITH MEGAN KAMERICK

This is the fourth installment of our series on Media and Democracy led by Megan Kamerick on the topic of small newsrooms and startup news publications. The focus of this discussion is hyperlocal news outlets that are actively responding to the needs of their communities. By providing coverage of…

HISTORY, MEMORY, AND PUBLIC SPACE: HISTORIC SITES

For the third session in our series on History, Memory and Public Space, we invite our viewers to consider how place figures in methods of historical inquiry. Raffi and his guests discuss public and historic sites where major historical events occurred and why their preservation is valuable for…

HISTORY, MEMORY, AND PUBLIC SPACE: MEMORY

History, Memory and Public Space is a series that addresses how differing historical perspectives shape our present and future. In this second installment of the series we introduce the subject of memory.