Archive Journal is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the "use and theory of archives and special collections in higher education." The journal is edited by a team of archivists and scholars from across the United States, including several digital humanists. Archive Journal is comprised of three sections. By navigating to the essays tab, readers will find long-form "analytical and creative pieces that reflect on meaning-making in and through archives." Meanwhile, the notes section features shorter essays about the archival world. Many of these essays highlight specific archives or projects and feature reflections about best practices or new debates and trends in the field. Finally, in the roundtable section, the journal invites a small group of professionals to respond to a series of questions related to a specific topic in the archives world. In one recent roundtable, Emily Gore and Mark A. Matienzo of the Digital Public Library of America, Aaron Devor and Lara Wilson of the University of Victoria, Meredith R. Evans of Washington University, and Joy R. Novak of the Center for the Studies of the Political Graphics, discuss the concept of "radical archives."
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