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Sunday, August 4 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
406 - Graduate Student Paper Session

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This session features the diverse research interests of three exceptional emerging professionals whose papers were chosen from a competitive pool of student submissions.

Caitlin Rivas: : Understanding the Archivist’s Role in the Contextualization, Removal, and Relocation of Confederate Monuments at Cultural Heritage Institutions

Jessica Rogers-Cerrato: Jean Rhys and the Archives of Place

Katherine Schlesinger: The Emotional Toil and Toll of Archival Work in Sensitive Collections

Speakers
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Caitlin Rivas Sullivan

Graduate Student, MSLS, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The nationwide Confederate monument "debate" has gained tremendous momentum over the last five years, with more and more cultural heritage institutions calling into question the existence of Lost Cause-era Confederate monuments on their premises. These conversations include a myriad... Read More →
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Jessica Rogers-Cerrato

MSLIS Candidate, Archives Management, Simmons University
Jessica Rogers-Cerrato is an archivist-in-training and instant photographer who writes poetry, prose, and essays. For nine years, she taught writing and literature at two CUNY Community Colleges, Bronx and Queensborough. She now studies archives and archival theory at Simmons University... Read More →
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Katherine Schlesinger

Graduate Student, Univ of Arizona Tucson
Graduate student in Univ of Arizona Tucson Graduate Archival Studies certificate program.



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