About

Hi all, my name is Annelie and I welcome you to Identity & Archives! This blog is managed by myself and explores all things.. you guessed it.. Identity & Archives.

The main aims of this blog are to make others think about the role of archives in social activism and in closing the gap between academics and practitioners.

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Who am I?

I am a PhD candidate at the home of the Records Continuum Model, Monash University, in addition to being a research archivist at the University of Melbourne’s eScholarship Research Centre

My research interests include:

  • Interoperable systems and systemic thinking
  • Personal archives and identity formation
  • Digital humanities
  • Archives and social justice
  • Coding

Publications

de Villiers, A., Laurent, N. & Stueven, C. (2017). Volunteers in Australian Archives, Archives and Manuscripts, 45(2).

Ongoing

PhD through Monash University (August 2017-current)

Reviews Editor of Archives and Manuscripts (January 2017-current)

Assistant Research Archivist – ARC Linkage Project – ‘Return, reconcile, renew: understanding the history, effects and opportunities of repatriation and building an evidence base for the future’  (2014-current)

Completed

Project Manager – Stolen Generations Content Review, Find and Connect web resource (Jan 2017 – July 2017)

Masters’ thesis – ‘Let me tell you: Designing a personal archive for children in out-of-home care’ (June 2015 – May 2016)

Database Author – Australian National Data Service project – Australian Drosophila Ecology and Evolution Resource (ADEER) database (2014)

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Home page of http://adeer.pearg.com/

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