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The English-language editorial team at Archivoz International Magazine has openings for a Content Editor! If you'd like to practice your editorial skills, join a friendly team and network with the wider record-keeping community around the world, we'd love to hear from you. No previous experience is required beyond an interest in taking part and the necessary time commitment. For more details about the position, please follow the...

Audiovisual documentationDocumentary jewels
The art of die cutting: Film handbills in Spain
The art of die cutting: Film handbills in Spain

The art of die cutting: Film handbills in Spain

Film handbills were flyers intended to advertise films on the billboards or about to be released. Designed to be short-lived, the material used was low-quality paper. However, despite their ephemeral nature, film handbills could now be considered a legacy of the...

Interviews
“We must empower the voices we once ignored”: Interview with Lindsay Loebig
“We must empower the voices we once ignored”: Interview with Lindsay Loebig

“We must empower the voices we once ignored”: Interview with Lindsay Loebig

Today, Lindsay Loebig gives us some insight into her research on the use of harmful language/content statements in archives in the United States and around the world. She shares with us how they work, why they are important, and their place within an archival space...

Interviews
“If colonization was about enforcement, decolonization should be about empowerment”: Interview with Stanley H. Griffin, of the University of the West Indies (pt.2)
“If colonization was about enforcement, decolonization should be about empowerment”: Interview with Stanley H. Griffin, of the University of the West Indies (pt.2)

“If colonization was about enforcement, decolonization should be about empowerment”: Interview with Stanley H. Griffin, of the University of the West Indies (pt.2)

Last week, Dr. Stanley Griffin and I spoke about noise and silence in the archives and the ways in which the machineries of colonialism have left their mark on Caribbean archival practices. Today, we speak about ongoing challenges to Caribbean memory institutions...

Interviews
“There is a tangible tension between what is held in Caribbean archives and what is remembered in Caribbean communities”: Interview with Stanley H. Griffin, of the University of the West Indies (pt. 1)

“There is a tangible tension between what is held in Caribbean archives and what is remembered in Caribbean communities”: Interview with Stanley H. Griffin, of the University of the West Indies (pt. 1)

Today, I’m speaking with Dr. Stanley H. Griffin, Senior Lecturer in Archival and Information Studies at the University of the West Indies, about the colonial legacy in archival collection and management, the difference between silence and noise in the archive, and...

ArticlesNews of interest
Conscientious Bilingual Description: Treating problematic language in colonial records on the Qatar Digital Library
Conscientious Bilingual Description: Treating problematic language in colonial records on the Qatar Digital Library

Conscientious Bilingual Description: Treating problematic language in colonial records on the Qatar Digital Library

IntroductionThe British Library/Qatar Foundation Partnership is digitising records from multiple collections about the history of the Persian Gulf, with the vast majority coming from the India Office Records (IOR) collection. The records are freely available on a...

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Archivoz is a free online magazine, international in scope for the general public, interested in archives and document management. Born in June 2017 as a collaborative and voluntary project, its team includes professionals from all over the world.

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