Expanding the Boundaries of the Archive: Descendant Communities, Memory-Keeping, and Digital History

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Date
2023-04-12
Main contributor
Sutton, Jazma
Summary
This talk will explore Dr. Sutton’s introduction to Digital and Public History through the Remembering Freedom: Longtown and Greenville History Harvest. It will discuss the method she termed Descendant Archival Practices– a method that reveals new ways of writing histories of Black women and acknowledges the preservation and memory work of Black women elders as an alternative to mainstream archives–and how she incorporates the skills and methodological approaches she learned from HASTAC and IDAH in her research and classrooms.
Collection
Wednesday Noon Digital Scholarship Series
Unit
IUScholarWorks Repository
Language
English
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Bibliographical/Historical Note

Dr. Jazma Sutton, Assistant Professor, African American History, Miami University

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Presented as part of the Wednesday Noon Digital Scholarship Series

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