Nazelie Doghramadjian is a doctoral student at the University of Michigan School of Information. Previously, she was Data & Society’s network engagement associate, and worked for the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance, A Better Tech NYU, and the Fellowship at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics. Nazelie’s research is focused on archival practices in the Armenian community and how we see ourselves as knowers in the personal recordkeeping practice. She holds a bachelor’s degree in humanities from Villanova University.
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