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Post-Custodial Praxis at LLILAS Benson: Lessons in Digitization, Access, and Community Partnerships

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LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies & Collections works in partnership with archival organizations and community partners in Latin America to digitally preserve underrepresented histories and human rights documentation. By adopting a post-custodial archival model, we can support goals of digital preservation and access without physically removing collection materials from communities that use and identify with them. This panel will bring together archivists, partners, students, and scholars to share best practices, workflows, and lessons learned from a diverse array of post-custodial projects.

These slides correspond to the presentation by Itza Carbajal

Other panelists included: David Bliss, Jane Field, Eddie Shore, Matthew Butler

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Post-Custodial Praxis at LLILAS Benson: Lessons in Digitization, Access, and Community Partnerships

  1. 1. Itza Carbajal, Latin American Metadata Librarian LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Special Collections
  2. 2. ● Valuing the contribution of all partners ● Collaborative decision making ● Partner and project specific ● Striking a balance between the needs of all
  3. 3. Shift understanding of access as being place specific
  4. 4. ● Centering multilingual functionality ● Listening to partner’s needs first ○ Adjusting to also fit our needs ● Providing opportunity for partner’s intellectual contribution ● Addressing disparities between collections

LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies & Collections works in partnership with archival organizations and community partners in Latin America to digitally preserve underrepresented histories and human rights documentation. By adopting a post-custodial archival model, we can support goals of digital preservation and access without physically removing collection materials from communities that use and identify with them. This panel will bring together archivists, partners, students, and scholars to share best practices, workflows, and lessons learned from a diverse array of post-custodial projects. These slides correspond to the presentation by Itza Carbajal Other panelists included: David Bliss, Jane Field, Eddie Shore, Matthew Butler

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