The Archival Turn in Feminism
Outrage in Order
Publication Year: 2013
A volume in the American Literatures Initiative
Published by: Temple University Press
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In the early to mid one.oldstylenine.oldstylenine.oldstylezero.oldstyles, as many established feminist institu-tle more than scissors, glue, and stolen time on copy machines, temporality of girl zines was the present. By extension, nothing production in the one.oldstylenine.oldstylenine.oldstylezero.oldstyles—a point emphatically expressed by the title of Bikini Kill’s self-produced one.oldstylenine.oldstylenine.oldstyleone.oldstyle cassette release, “Revolu-...
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In early two.oldstylezero.oldstylezero.oldstylenine.oldstyle, Jenna Freedman, one of the activist librarians I “archiving women.”one.fitted Freedman, the founder of the Barnard lished in two.oldstylezero.oldstylezero.oldstylethree.oldstyle and to explore some challenges she has since faced stacks collection and an archive. Regularly asked to deliver talks she always does, from her standpoint as a reference librarian and ...
1. The "Scrap Heap" Reconsidered: Selected Archives of Feminist Archiving
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...ing social possibilities: to be interested in the tail end of things, In October two.oldstylezero.oldstyleone.oldstylezero.oldstyle, Susan Faludi published an article in Harper’s Magazine on the subject of “feminism’s ritual matricide.” In nism’s self-inf_licted death drive not only derives a long history but also, according to Faludi, permeates nearly all aspects of fem-...
2. Archival Regeneration: The Zine Collections at the Sallie Bingham Center
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If the feminist archives featured in this study are unique in the history of feminist archival initiatives, then it is to the extent that they represent a relationship to time and history that has only recently become possible. Af_ter all, these archives ref_lect experience after one is both certain that they have a history (per-...
3. Redefining a Movement: The Riot Grrrl Collection at Fales Library and Special Collections
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The Riot Grrrl Collection is about the future—thinking ahead to In the early one.oldstylenine.oldstylenine.oldstylezero.oldstyles , most people in North America, including most feminists, had never heard the term “Riot Grrrl.” By one.oldstylenine.oldstylenine.oldstylethree.oldstyle, Riot feminism—a feminism for the “video-age generation . . . sexy, assertive and loud.”one.fitted This is the story told by Sara Marcus in ...
4. Radical Catalogers and Accidental Archivists: The Barnard Zine Library
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...scholarship. I am not as actively engaged as I once was in politi-them much either, not even on my blog. What I am doing . . . is collecting, preserving, and providing access to the creative, emo-tional, and intellectual output of young women activists, in the form of zines. It is not just my political orientation, however, ...
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...archives, the overlaps between our studies are notable; at times In two.oldstylezero.oldstylezero.oldstylethree.oldstyle, the archives of women born during and af_ter the rise graphs, and private and eclectic collections). In two.oldstylezero.oldstyleone.oldstylethree.oldstyle much of this material has migrated to institutional archives, including grassroots archives.”one.fitted What she anticipated or intuited is the ...
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Page Count: 190
Publication Year: 2013
Series Editor Byline: John Smith, Will Wordsworth