Community First: Indigenous Community-Based Archival Provenance

My latest article co-written with Skylee-Storm Hogan is out. Titled, “Community First: Indigenous Community-Based Archival Provenance” this article appears in a special issue of Across the Disciplines, focused on unsettling archives.

Here’s the abstract of our article:
Archives contain records that document the lives, cultures, and histories of Indigenous communities that are often organized within a governmental or colonial creation structure. This structure can create barriers to access for Indigenous communities and researchers that depend on those records. This article re-imagines archival methods of organization and proposes archival provenance based on Indigenous community needs and understanding.

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