GLAM and Diversity are Cancelled. We Need GLAMorous Intersectionality

This post was first posted on the ARA New professionals website. Words are a powerful force, used correctly they can galvanise people to take down oppressive regimes, change hearts and minds, and tell stories of the universal human condition. The impact of language changes over time depending on the context in which it is used.Continue reading “GLAM and Diversity are Cancelled. We Need GLAMorous Intersectionality”

Archives and Inclusivity: Unearthing Erased Communities

In the last blog post I discussed the importance of creating racially sensitive archival descriptions. In this blog post I will discuss the importance of tactfully highlighting the histories of erased communities within archives through labelling. The following post will have practical suggestions on how this relabelling can be used to increase representation in exhibitions.