Scholarly Books & Articles

Bastian and Alexander. Community Archives: The Shaping of Memory. London: Facet, 2009.

Burton, Antoinette, ed. Archive Stories: Facts, Fictions, and the Writing of History. Durham: Duke University Press, 2005.

Butler, Shelley Ruth and Erica Lehrer, eds. Curatorial Dreams: Critics Imagine Exhibitions. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2016.

Carter, Rodney. “Of Things Said and Unsaid: Power, Archival Silences, and Power in Slience.” Archivaria 61 (2006): 215-233.

Caswell, Cifor, and Ramirez. “’To Suddenly Discover Yourself Existing’: Uncovering the Impact of Community Archives.” American Archivist 79 (2016): 56-81.

Caswell and Mallick. “Collecting the Easily Missed Stories: Digital Participatory Microhistory and the South Asian American Digital Archive.” Archives and Manuscripts 42 (2014): 73-86.

Caswell, Michelle. “Community-Centered Collecting: Finding Out What Communities Want from Community Archives.” Proceedings of the 77th ASIS&T Annual Meeting 51, 2014.

Caswell, Michelle. “Inventing New Archival Imaginaries: Theoretical Foundations for Identity-Based Community Archives.” Identity Palimpsests: Ethnic Archives in the U.S. and Canada (Sacramento, CA: Litwin Books, 2014): 35-55.

Caswell, Michelle. “Toward a Survivor-Centered Approach to Records Documenting Human Rights Abuse: Lessons from Community Archives.” Archival Science 14 (2014): 307-322.

Caswell, Michelle. “Seeing Yourself in History: Community Archives in the Fight Against Symbolic Annihilation.” The Public Historian 36 (2014): 26-37.

Caldera and Neal, eds. Through the Archival Looking Glass: A Reader on Diversity and Inclusion. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2014.

Draxler, Bridget. “Teaching Jane Austen in Bits and Bytes: Digitizing Undergraduate Archival Research.” Persuasions Online 34.2 (2013). 

Duff, Flinn, Suurtamm, and Wallace. “Social Justice Impact of Archives: A Preliminary Investigation.” Archival Science 13 (2013): 317-348.

Flinn, Stevens, and Shepherd. “Whose Memories, Whose Archives? Independent Community Archives, Autonomy and the Mainstream.” Archival Science 9 (2009): 71-86.

Ghaddar, Allard, and Hubbard. “Archival Interventions: Anti-violence and social justice work in community contexts.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, December 2016.

Harris, Verne. Archives and Justice. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2006.

Jimerson, Randall. “Archives for All: Professional Responsibiity and Social Justice.” American Archivist.

Prom, Christopher J. “Reimagining Academic Archives.” Hacking the Academy: New Approaches to Scholarship and Teaching from Digital Humanities. Eds. Daniel J. Coehn and Tom Scheinfeldt, U of MI P, 2013.

Punzalan and Caswell. “Critical Directions for Archival Approaches to Social Justice.” Library Quarterly 86 (2016): 25-43.

Rockenbach, Barbara. “Articles, Undergraduates, and Inquiry-Based Learning: Case Studies from Yale University Library.” The American Archivist 74.1 (Spring/Summer 2011): 297-311.

Wakimoto, Bruce, and Partridge. “Archivist as Activist: Lessons from Three Queer Community Archives in California.” Archival Science 13 (2013): 293-316.