In the eleventh issue of @arhivi magazine, They: Live project archivists: Jana Gligorijević (Belgrade), Ivan Vranjić (Rijeka), Antonio Diaz Lucene (Madrid), Milena Prelević (Podgorica), Andreja Der Hazarijan Vukić, Jasenka Ferber Bogdan, Marta Pokos, Ivana Bošković (Zagreb) presented the process they went through and the insights they gained about student life by collecting photographs from private albums of the current and former tenants of students campuses from the end of World War II until today. Essays also inludes analysis of audio interviews archivists condacted with contributors of photography material during the collecting process. Besides photography material, audio interviews became integral part of archival collections about student lives on Topoteka platform and casted a new light on the intangible students' cultural heritage. Archivists offered their perspective of collected archival material related to the context of everyday life in student campuses, students' cultural habits and their free time, interpersonal and gender relations, as well as their social and political engagement.
@arhivi magazine brings stories about projects, events, initiatives, strategies and practical experiences that connect institutions, organizations and people, provide new knowledge, create new programs and realize new ideas and creative potential. In each issue, about twenty articles present news from the international archival community, current projects, activities, research and examples of good practice in the creation of common information infrastructure and the use of modern technologies for easier access to heritage and historical sources, as well as public activities of heritage, cultural and scientific institutions.
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