Archives in the Everyday

The latest exhibit at the William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections, Archives in the Everyday, mounted in conjunction with the Archive & Everyday Life Conference, held May 7-8, 2010,  highlights four Canadian collections that suggest a dichotomy in archival and cultural studies - an archivist's versus a graduate student's view -  of the nature of archives and what 'archive' means to everyday life. 

Explore the exhibit in the lower level of Mills Memorial Library from May 31 until August 31, 2010.

Archives in the Everyday:

Archivist's Perspective

Student's Perspective

 

   


Texts by Carl Spadoni, Kiren Gill, Renu Barrett, and Audrie Schell

Materials for exhibit selected and displayed by Renu Barrett and Audrie Schell

Online exhibit by Kim Kerr