|Jaar van uitgifte||2018|
|Reeks naam||Jaarboek voor Vrouwengeschiedenis|
|Redactie||Noortje Willems en Sylvia Holla (gastred.)|
|Reeks nummer||37 (2017)|
|Plaats van uitgave||Hilversum|
Contents: Editorial Introduction: RENÉE RÖMKENS/ANTIA WIERSMA, The Archival Turn: Archiving as a Tool for Empowerment FRANCISCA DE HAAN, Archive Fever, Resistance, and Loss: A Rereading of the IAV’s Early History Archival practice: ASLI DAVAZ, The Women’s Library and Information Centre Foundation in Istanbul, Turkey KATE EICHHORN, Past-Futures: The Temporality of Feminist Archives Archival practice: JANET OLSON, Research Resources at the Frances Willard Memorial Library and Archives MOLLY BOWER/TASHINA BLOM, Social Media Archiving: Cultural Memory and Digital Community Activism Archival practice: ADELE PATRICK, Glasgow Women’s Library ROSE MARY ALLEN, ‘Nothing about us, without us’: Constructing Women’s Historical Knowledge, a Case Study of Curaçao Archival practice: C.S. LAKSHMI/SRUTI BALA, No more sewing machines! The Challenges of a Women’s Archive in India CAROLYN BIRDSALL, Divisions of Labour: Radio Archiving as Gendered Work in Wartime Britain and Germany Archival practice: WENDY E. CHMIELEWSKI, Swarthmore College Peace Collection RIA VAN DER MERWE, Democratizing the South African ‘Memory Bank’: Embroidering Black Women’s Voices on the Archival Canvas Interview: SYLVIA HOLLA/NOORTJE WILLEMS, Creating Archival Sources. Reflections on an Innovative Feminist Oral History Approach, en Interview with Evelien Rijsbosch Summaries About the Authors
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Yearbook of Women's History/Jaarboek voor Vrouwengeschiedenis 37 (2017).
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This 37th volume of the Yearbook of Women's History focuses on the meaning and potential of archiving for enhancing gender equality and the position of women worldwide. More than just storehouses of knowledge, archives offer new ways for understanding the past, debating the present and creating the future. Focusing on both traditional and non-traditional archival practices, in various parts of the world, the Yearbook of Women's History explores the meaning of archiving for women and women's history. Besides investigating the feminist potential of the archive, it also examines questions of erasure and forgetting. While archives may have emancipatory or democratizing potential, practices of discarding equally shape the histories that can be written, and the stories that can be told. The articles in this volume are alternated with descriptions of collections and institutes, and the topics addressed cover a full range of archival theory and practice.
This volume has been produced by the editorial board of the Yearbook of Women's History in collaboration with Atria, institute on gender equality and women's history in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.