The Kenneth Karmiole Lecture in Archival Studies presents “Verne Harris: Archive Banditry and the Ghosts of Zapiro and Derrida”.
Harris uses Derridean hauntology and the work of cartoonist Zapiro to explore the intersecting themes of archive, social justice and professional calling. This becomes the basis for a call to what he names “archive banditry” – a strategy, if not a praxis, to create space for ghosts in oppressive societal contexts.
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