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In theme-based seasons, Material Memory explores the effects of our changing environment—such as digital technologies, the climate crisis, or global human displacement—on our ability to access the record of our shared humanity, and the critical role that libraries, archives, museums, and other public institutions play in keeping cultural memory alive.
What We've Learned and What We Can Do
Heritage Has a History
The Home of Memory
Climate Displacement and Cultural Resilience
How We Tell the Story of Disaster
Archivists Against the Climate Crisis
Does it Matter? Cultural Memory and the Climate Crisis
Sound and Meaning: Preserving Native American Voice and Song
Not Even in the Dictionary
The Duty of Memory
Connected to the Legacy
The Ethics of Access
Keeping Cultural Memory Alive: What's at Stake?