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On the Intimate and Emotional Dimensions of Archival Work

Talking to Archivists (5): Listen, “hold on to it, don’t drop it!”

This post, written by project research assistant Elizabeth Bassett, is part of a series of posts  we’re writing that explore…

Talking to Archivists (4): Doing Emotionally-Demanding Research

At this year’s Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI), held online July 12-16, members of the research team (Jennifer Douglas,…

Talking to Archivists (3): Redescribing the Profession

This post, written by project research assistant Elizabeth Bassett, is part of a series of posts we’re writing over the…

Talking to Archivists (2): Surprise, emotion!

This post, co-authored with project research assistant, Christina Mantey, is part of a series of posts we’re writing over the…

Talking to Archivists About Emotions (I): Introducing the Research

Over the next few weeks, this blog will feature a series of posts related to my research on grief and…

“Archiving Hurts”: Ghosts and Stones

Post by Christina Mantey This post is the last in a series of five blog posts written by Christina Mantey,…

“Archiving Hurts”: The Fruits of Our Labour

Post by Christina Mantey This post is the fourth in a series of five blog posts written by Christina Mantey,…

“Archiving Hurts”: Past Traumas, Future Traumas

Post by Christina Mantey This post is the third in a series of five blog posts written by Christina Mantey,…

“Archiving Hurts”: Hospital Adventures

Post by Christina Mantey This post is the second in a series of five blog posts written by Christina Mantey,…

“Archiving Hurts”: How to Succeed (and Fail) in School

Post by Christina Mantey This post is one in a series of five blog posts  written by Christina Mantey, a…

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