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#DansLAtelierDeLHistorienne un thread ! Les gens se demandent souvent qu’est-ce qu’on fait quand on fait de la recherche en histoire… Il se trouve que je remets les mains dans le cambouis pour la première fois depuis longtemps, alors voilà un aperçu… #archives #imprimerie ⬇️
L’année dernière avec du temps devant moi, j’ai commencé un nouveau projet de recherche pour comprendre les dynamiques du développement de l’imprimerie en Italie jusqu’aux années 1540, les circulations de livres et de personnes dans la région.
Entre autres, j’ai fait deux courts séjours à Brescia (une très très belle découverte, ce dit en passant, ville magnifique, calme et accueillante !) pour consulter les archives et aller en bibliothèque. Ce sont de ces documents que je vais vous parler aujourd’hui.
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1/ Happy Wednesday afternoon @OpenGLAM community! Today we're hoping to talk a little more about the L and the A in #GLAM: #Archives and #Libraries and some of their experiences with #OpenAccess re. Indigenous materials and belongings :)
2/ #Openness & #access are inseparable & access is a core value of librarianship & the archival profession. In both the American Library Association @ALALibrary Core Values & Int'l Federation of Library Associations & Institutions @IFLA Code of Ethics access is @ the forefront.
3/ The ALA’s Core Values of Librarianship state that "all information...should be readily, equally, & equitably accessible to all library users." Likewise IFLA pinpoints Access to Information as the core mission of librarians & other information workers.

ala.org/advocacy/intfr…
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1/ An archival puzzle (always look at the back page): Accounting for foundlings, "debauched girls" & Colbert's projects for Louis XIV's gloire. Or how little details speak to metanarratives. I see a note in my book mss cites a 1660-1671 register for 1650s material. Hhm
2/ The source is a Hôtel-Dieu register & the catalogue description is "Registre de remises des enfants exposés et abandonès à la Charité 1660-1671." This document is on line w/ a lot of other great material about e-mod foundlings digitized by @ArchivesdeLyon.
3/ I looked at the document and noticed "register" seems a bit formal for a sheaf of paper tied with string and the first page includes only a brief note. Frustrated! Then I looked at the last page ...
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#aao19conf "unlocking the vaults": some paraphrased notes, resources, and thoughts from sessions on Indigeneity and #archives, active acquisitions through donor relations, audio-visual material, digitization, innovative tools, and municipal archives.
Resources from @CamilleCallison's workshop include:
1. CLFA TRC Report and Recommendations: librarianship.ca/wp-content/upl…
2. CLFA Indigenous Matters Committee (@imccqa)
#aao19conf
3. @archivists_org Protocols for Native American archival materials : www2.archivists.org/groups/native-…
4. Sustainable Heritage Network (@TheSHN) sustainableheritagenetwork.org #aao19conf
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"Le Monde" identifie sur une vidéo un proche conseiller de #Macron frappant violemment un manifestant le 1er mai à Paris. #AlexandreBenalla était équipé d’un casque à visière des forces de l’ordre, alors qu’il n’est pas policier. #MacronLaMatraque lemonde.fr/politique/arti…
↕️ La #vidéo montrant le proche conseiller de #Macron frapper un jeune manifestant à terre, place de la Contrescarpe, à Paris, le #1erMai. #AlexandreBenalla #GérardCollomb #MacronLaMatraque
↕️ Réaction d'@ericcoquerel après l'article du Monde révélant qu'un proche conseiller de Macron (qui a toujours son bureau à L’Élysée!) a frappé violemment un manifestant à terre à Paris, le #1erMai2018. #AlexandreBenalla #GérardCollomb #MacronLaMatraque
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STOP REMOVING ARCHIVAL LABOR FROM THE STORY! Multiple #archivists helped hotel for over a year - images found on our digtl colls AND we helped the reporter w history. Yet, these photos were "lost to time and the archive" until the Omni "discovered" them whas11.com/article/news/l…
The hotel "discovered" the photos in our digital collections. But first they went through the photo archivists who processed them, the digital initiatives librarian who runs our digital collections, the student worker who scanned them, the metadata librarian who created metadata
Then our local history archivist, along with others in the department, worked with reporter to tell him history behind images, then we put him in contact with local historian who wrote about black musicians in town.
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