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“Library as Infrastructure” and Library of Congress Interview Published

Mark Dion, Archaeology of Knowledge, @ Johns Hopkins. I had the pleasure of seeing this work while at JHU in April, when I was able to try out some preliminary ideas for the following publications.
Mark Dion, Archaeology of Knowledge, @ Johns Hopkins. I had the pleasure of seeing this work while at JHU in April, when I was able to try out some preliminary ideas for the following publications.

In a happy coincidence, two related pieces were published today: my “Library as Infrastructure” article — in which I examine libraries as technological, social, and intellectual infrastructures — was published in Places, and an interview with Trevor Owens — in which we discuss my Archives, Libraries, and Databases class; teaching about archives through art; and the connection between archives’ digital and analog infrastructures — was published on the Library of Congress’s Signal blog.

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