Radical Empathy in Archival Practice Poster and Postcards
This poster and accompanying postcards were created by Gracen Brilmyer for the Journal of Critical Library and Information Science (JCLIS) special issue on Radical Empathy in Archival Practice. The poster and postcards visualize and embody the four archival relationships proposed by Michelle Caswell and Marika Cifor in their 2016 Archivaria article, “From Human Rights to Feminist Ethics: Radical Empathy in Archives,” in addition to three new relationships proposed by others.
You are encouraged to complete this poster by:
- Filling in each of the 7 illustrated relationships (dotted line box) on postcards
- Mailing postcards to someone who embodies this relationship
- Appending the postcards to the poster, or writing in the relationships
Additionally, since poster printing can be cost prohibitive, we have also included a "Printer-Friendly" version of the poster, which can easily be printed on multiple 8.5" x 11" sheets of paper and assembled.
Pre-print first published online 05/21/2021
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