The panelists aimed to explore different historiographical perspectives relating to: the current political climate in Brazil and the challenges the Bolsonaro administration poses for historians and scholars of the humanities; outlining essential considerations when designing universally accessible academic resources and archives; introducing an open-source, peer-reviewed collection of digital resources pertaining to the history of the LBGTQIA+ community; and producing an oral history collection that showcases student and faculty experiences in learning and teaching during the COVID19 pandemic.
Kirsteen MacKenzie - "The Importance of Universal Access Principles in Digital History"
Brian Watson - "Building an LGBTQIA+ archive" (More info at https://histsex.org/)
Mário Rezende - "Writing History in a country that chases historians"
Summer Cherland - "More and More Every Day: An Oral History Collection of Teaching and Learning in the COVID19 Era" (More info at https://southphoenixoralhistory.com/more-and-more-every-day/)
The roundtable was moderated by Juan Sebastián Lewin.