Women in the Archives 2011: Organizing Knowledge

Keynote lecture

: “Teaching the New American Renaissance and Margaret Fuller”

Paper session 1 (Chair: Amy Greer, Brown University)

“The Lesbian in the Archive: A Brief Discussion of History, Themes, and Challenges”

“Seventy Years of Preserving Women's Archives at Smith”

Respondent: Deborah Weinstein, Brown University

2:00-3:30 Paper session 2 (Chair: Jacqueline Wernimont, Scripps College)

“What She Said: Women's Contributions to the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives”

“Breaking Annie Out of the Basement: Archival Materials as Systems of Knowledge”

Pecha-Kucha session (Chair: John Melson, Brown University)

Paper session 3 (Chair: John Melson, Brown University)

. “Ephemerality and Resonance: Archives of Women in Electronic Music”

“Networking Women in Early Middle English”

. “Are Digital Archives Feminist?”

Paper session 4 (Chair: Julia Flanders, Brown University)

“Rendering the Archive”

“Love's Labors Lost: Gender and Discipline in the Archives”

“Documenting 'Home' in the Diaspora: Memory, Records, and Identities in the Archival Imaginary”

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