Read the January/February 2022 Issue of Archival Outlook

Read the latest issue of Archival Outlook! The January/February issue highlights several unique exhibits: Phillip MacDonald uses virtual reality to develop an architectural exhibit at North Carolina State University, Katie Sutrina-Haney’s exhibit emphasizes the gaps in collections from underrepresented communities at Indiana State University, and Katherine Barbera and Kathleen Donahoe's exhibit at Carnegie Mellon University tells of the unique challenges of building an archives for robotics. In addition, Recollection Wisconsin provides resources for fostering “digital readiness” for local history communities, moving image archivist Michael Marlatt offers his personal experience with epilepsy and disability advocacy in archives, and Erin Bell helps the Gerber/Hart Library and Archives tell the history of Chicago’s LGBTQ+ community through a podcast. Read on for more! Print edition to follow. 

Table of Contents | Archival Outlook | January/February 2022
This issue is sponsored by Atlas SystemsScene Savers, Lucidea, and The Crowley Company.