Environmental Humanities

The Living Archive

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The Living Archive: Extinction Stories from Oceania is a multimedia space that provides a platform for people to tell their own stories, in their own ways, about what extinction means and how it matters in their lives and places.

The Living Archive is grounded in the understanding that personal narratives have the potential to explore local complexity in ways that are relatable and meaningful, and that generate engagement, connection and attentiveness in this time of great loss.

This project is funded by the Australian Research Council (Future Fellowship) and the University of Sydney and will run from 2017-2023.

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