Of Companions, Slaves, and Handmaidens: Women and the Archive/s of Empire

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  • Benedict Salazar Olgado UP SLIS

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colonial archives, women in the archives

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Author Biography

Benedict Salazar Olgado, UP SLIS

Benedict Salazar Olgado (Bono [bō- nō]) is an assistant professor at the University of the Philippines School of Library and Information studies teaching archival theory and practice. He is currently on study leave as he pursues his Ph.D. in Informatics at the University of California, Irvine. Co-advised by Dr. Geoffrey C. Bowker and Dr. Roderic Crooks, Bono’s research is broadly situated at the intersections of memory, technology, and document(ation) studies. Currently, he explores the archiving practices of communities in various states of technological, environmental, economic, and political precarity as to critique and design transitional archives. Bono received his M.A. in Moving Image Archiving and Preservation at New York and a B.A. in Social Sciences from the Ateneo de Manila University. An audiovisual archivist, Bono has worked in various media archives, including as founding Director of the National Film Archives of the Philippines.

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2020-12-21

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