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Indexing the Archive
Linda Eifer demonstrated how testimonies were indexed (late 1990s).
David Orenstein (front, left), Peter Ruskin (front, right), Zsuzsa Aradi (rear, left), and Lauren Chevlen (rear, right), indexed English language testimonies (late 1990s).
Micaela Procaccia (left) and Lucilla Garofalo (right), visiting archivists from the Central State Archives, a partner with the Institute, indexed Italian language testimonies through funding from the Italian Ministry of Cultural Assets and Affairs (2002).
Jeroen Varhmeijer indexed Dutch language testimonies (2004).
Angelica Ochoa helped to complete the indexing of the Spanish language testimonies in the archive (2006).
Manuel Rusch, an intern from Austria, training before he begins work on indexing the remaining German language testimonies to be indexed (2009).
Consolée Uwamariya during indexer training (2009).
Ratanak Leng, an intern from the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam), learning how to index testimony (2009).
Bunthy Chey, an intern from the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam), watches Holocaust testimony from the Institute’s archive as part of her indexer training (2009).
Bunthy Chey (left) and Fatily Sa (right), interns from the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam), attending a training session on indexing video testimony (2009).