Thu. 10.09.20 / 12 am Online Launch: Rungh Magazine Recollective 2018 Event Documentation
"Identity, Then and Now: with Raghavendra Rao K.V. and Dr. JP Catungal" and "How to Build a Responsive Community Archive: with Dr. Anne Murphy, Dr. Glenn Deer, and Melanie Hardbattle"
“This [necessary] act of documenting what we know, in part to supplement the powerful processes of determining what counts as “knowledge” [to counter marginalization and exclusion is] itself, a form of political intervention”
– Dr. JP Catungal from Identity, Then and Now.
“The work that we do in archives is very important. It’s a work that seeks to then provide that ongoing social memory of legacies so that we don’t forget what happened in the past.”
– Dr. Glenn Deer from How to Build a Responsive Community Archive.
Recollective: Vancouver Independent Archives Week announces the web-launch of new event documentation for Identity, Then and Now: with Raghavendra Rao K.V. and Dr. JP Catungal and How to Build a Responsive Community Archive: with Dr. Anne Murphy, Dr. Glenn Deer, and Melanie Hardbattle on the Recollective website. Both events were organized by Rungh Magazine with support from Full Circle, UBC Asian Studies, the Centre for India and South Asia Research, and The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Both events were held at Full Circle Studios in November 2018.