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Tuesday, October 11 • 11:30am - 12:15pm
Tu11: Decolonial Approaches

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Presentation 1
"Precedented": Public Health, Open Access Infrastructure, and Interrogating Power in Repository Debates
Michael Scott(1), Kate Dohe(2)
1: University of California at Los Angeles, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland at College Park, United States of America
Discourse on open access publishing post-COVID elides the history of accessible health information as the impetus for the OA movement in Latin America. By centering the discussion on a marginalized region, attendees will gain broader perspectives of OA, and understand the forces that make some research more "valuable" than others.
Presentation 2
Getting it Right: Indigenous Intellectual Property in Aggregators
Gabe Galson, Julia Simic
Rights Statements Working Group, Digital Public Library of America
Copyright law often stands in opposition to Indigenous and non-western systems of ownership, access and culturally appropriate sharing. The DPLA’s Rights group is working with Local Contexts to properly display and describe Indigenous property rights in dp.la. Participants will provide a progress report & seek feedback and opportunities for collaboration.
Presentation 3
Curation-ish: Decolonizing Curatorial Power Dynamics in Digital Tools
Amanda Figueroa, Garrett Graddy-Lovelace, Virginia Poundstone, Ravon Ruffin
This presentation will outline the role of decolonial practice in the digital tools that make librarianship and curatorial work possible. By centering on the co-developed tools of Curationist, we offer an introduction to this platform and a method of online community development that centers indigenous data sovereignty and community engagement.

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Laura Wilson

CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow, Fisk University


Tuesday October 11, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
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