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Saturday, April 16 • 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Roundtable: Archivista Praxis
Members of the University of Washington Library’s Women Who Rock: Making Scenes, Building Communities Oral History Archive Collective discuss archivista praxis. Habell-Pallán introduces the ethics of deliberately employing a networked archive as a tool for social change. De La Torre remixes artifacts to build an archive where none exists, showing how Chicanas in the 1970s Pacific Northwest altered public broadcasting to reach women farmworkers. Macklin focuses on digital media practices in building the Women Who Rock Oral History Archive. Viveros considers the decolonial possibilities of using archival material collected under colonial ethos for academic research by proposing what she calls theor-ethical-based scholarship.

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Sonnet Retman

Sonnet Retman is Associate Professor of American Ethnic Studies at the University of Washington. She is the author of Real Folks: Race and Genre in the Great Depression (Duke, 2011). She co-directs the UW Women Who Rock Oral History Archive. “Roundtable: The Voices in Our Head... Read More →

Speakers
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Michelle Habell-Pallán

Michelle Habell-Pallán is a professor of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies at the University of Washington. She co-directs the UW Women Who Rock Oral History Archive. She co-curated the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service's American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular... Read More →
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Angelica Macklin

Angelica Macklin (University of Washington, Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies). As an embedded filmmaker, Women Who Rock organizer, and PhD candidate, Macklin focuses on digital media and archivista methodologies in relation to building the Women Who Rock Oral History Archive and... Read More →
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Monica De La Torre

Monica De La Torre is a PhD student in Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies at the University of Washington. As a Ford Foundation Fellow she is completing her dissertation, “Feminista Frequencies: Tuning-In to Chicana Radio Activism in the Pacific Northwest, 1975-1990.” She recently... Read More →
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Iris Viveros

Iris Viveros is a PhD student in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at UW. In addition to being a UW Area Studies and Indigenous Ways of Knowing Fellow, Viveros co-organized the 2015 AfroLatino Season for Movimiento Afro-Latino Seattle (MAS). A major source of her academic and... Read More →


Saturday April 16, 2016 5:30pm - 7:00pm
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