** This limited bibliography was last updated 06/2017 **
Caswell, M. (2010). Khmer Rouge archives: accountability, truth, and memory in Cambodia. Archival Science, 10(1), 25-44.
Caswell, M. (2014). Toward a survivor-centered approach to records documenting human rights abuse: lessons from community archives. Archival Science, 14(3-4), 307-322.
Caswell, M., Broman, G., Kirmer, J., Martin, L., & Sowry, N. (2012). Implementing a social justice framework in an introduction to archives course: Lessons from both sides of the classroom. InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, 8(2).
Caswell, M., & Mallick, S. (2014). Collecting the easily missed stories: digital participatory microhistory and the South Asian American Digital Archive. Archives and Manuscripts, 42(1), 73-86.
Caswell, M. (2014). Seeing Yourself in History. The Public Historian, 36(4), 26-37.
Caswell, M. (2014). Defining human rights archives: introduction to the special double issue on archives and human rights. Archival Science, 14(3-4), 207.
Caswell, M. (2017). Teaching to Dismantle White Supremacy in Archives. The Library Quarterly, 87(3), 222-235.
Cook, T. (2011). ‘We are what we keep; we keep what we are’: archival appraisal past, present and future. Journal of the Society of Archivists, 32(2), 173-189.
Cook, T. (2011). The archive (s) is a foreign country: historians, archivists, and the changing archival landscape. The American Archivist, 74(2), 600-632.
Cook, T. (2013). Evidence, memory, identity, and community: four shifting archival paradigms. Archival Science, 13(2-3), 95-120.
Dick, L. (2010). The 1942 same-sex trials in Edmonton: On the state’s repression of sexual minorities, archives, and human rights in Canada. Archivaria, 68, 183-217.
Duff, W. M., Flinn, A., Suurtamm, K. E., & Wallace, D. A. (2013). Social justice impact of archives: a preliminary investigation. Archival Science, 13(4), 317-348.
Flinn, A. (2007). Community Histories, Community Archives: Some Opportunities and Challenges 1. Journal of the Society of Archivists, 28(2), 151-176.
Flinn, A., Stevens, M., & Shepherd, E. (2009). Whose memories, whose archives? Independent community archives, autonomy and the mainstream. Archival Science, 9(1-2), 71.
Flinn, A., & Stevens, M. (2009). ‘It is noh mistri, wi mekin histri.’Telling our own story: independent and community archives in the UK, challenging and subverting the mainstream. Community archives: The shaping of memory, 3-27.
Flinn, A. (2011). Archival activism: independent and community-led archives, radical public history and the heritage professions. InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, 7(2).
Gilliland, A. (2011). Neutrality, social justice and the obligations of archival education and educators in the twenty-first century. Archival Science, 11(3-4), 193-209.
Harris, V. (1999). " They should have destroyed more": the destruction of public records by the South African state in the final years of apartheid, 1990-1994.
Harris, V. (2001). On the back of a tiger: deconstructive possibilities in'Evidence of Me'. Archives and Manuscripts, 29(1), 8.
Harris, V. (2001). Seeing (in) blindness: South Africa, archives and passion for justice. Archifacts, 1-13.
Harris, V. (2002). A shaft of darkness: Derrida in the archive. In Refiguring the archive (pp. 61-82). Springer Netherlands.
Harris, V. (2011). Jacques Derrida meets Nelson Mandela: archival ethics at the endgame. Archival Science, 11(1-2), 113-124.
Harris, V. (2002). The archival sliver: power, memory, and archives in South Africa. Archival Science, 2(1-2), 63-86.
Krebs, A.B. (2012). Native America's twenty-first century right to know. Archival Science 12, 173-190.
Maynard, S. (2009). Police/archives. Archivaria, 68, 159-182.
Pugh, M. and M. Caswell, (2011). " Thank You Very Much, Now Give Them Back": Cultural Property and the Fight over the Iraqi Baath Party Records. The American Archivist, 74(1), 211-240.
Punzalan, R. (2009). All the things we cannot articulate’: colonial leprosy archives and community commemoration. Community Archives: The Shaping of Memory, 199-219.
Punzalan, R. L., & Caswell, M. (2016). Critical directions for archival approaches to social justice. The Library Quarterly, 86(1), 25-42.
Ramírez, M. H. (2009). The task of the Latino/a Archivist: On archiving identity and community. InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, 5(1).
Ramirez, M. H. (2015). Being Assumed Not to Be: A Critique of Whiteness as an Archival Imperative. The American Archivist, 78(2), 339-356.
Rawson, K. J. (2010). Accessing transgender//desiring queer (er?) archival logics. Archivaria, 68, 123-140.
Sheffield, R. T. (2014). The Bedside Table Archives Archive Intervention and Lesbian Intimate Domestic Culture. Radical History Review, 2014(120), 108-120.
Sheffield, R. T. (2016). More than Acid-Free Folders: Extending the Concept of Preservation to Include the Stewardship of Unexplored Histories. Library Trends, 64(3), 572-584.
Sutherland, T. (2017). Archival Amnesty: In Search of Black American Transitional and Restorative Justice. Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies, (2).
Wood, S., Carbone, K., Cifor, M., Gilliland, A., & Punzalan, R. (2014). Mobilizing records: re-framing archival description to support human rights. Archival Science, 14(3-4), 397-419.
Bastian, Jeannette. Owning Memory: How a Caribbean Community Lost Its Archives and Found Its History. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited, 2003.
Caswell, Michelle, Archiving the Unspeakable: Silence, Memory and the Photographic Record in Cambodia. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2014.
Moyn, Samuel. Human Rights and the Uses of History. New York: Verso, 2014.
Weld, Kristen. Paper Cadavers: The Archives of Dictatorship in Guatemala. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2014.
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The Rhetorical Work of Digital Archives - K.J. Rawson, DWRL Speaker Series 2016. https://vimeo.com/159250069
Protocols for Native American Archival Material, a Bibliography Maintained by External Host: http://www2.nau.edu/libnap-p/resources.html
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