VIDEO: Archival Silences in the Present Moment

October 25, 2020
Clockwise from top left: Emma Sarconi (Special Collections), Dorothy Berry (Houghton Library, Harvard University), Edgar Garcia (University of Chicago), Ashton Wingate (NAACP Legal and Educational Defense Fund), Ashley D. Farmer (University of Texas at Austin), and Kinohi Nishikawa (English; African American Studies).

On Tuesday, October 20, scholars and archivists from Princeton and guest institutions talked about the practical and theoretical challenges they face working in the archives in the present moment.

Watch the video of the first in a series of discussions hosted by the Humanities Council’s Archival Silences working Group.

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