Caswell, Michelle. Guest Editor, Special Double Issue “Archives and Human Rights,” Archival Science 14:3-4 (2014).
Caswell, Michelle and Andrew J. Lau, Co-Guest Editors, Special Section on Archival Education and Human Rights, InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies 8:2 (2012).
Caswell, Michelle and Marika Cifor, “Neither a Beginning Nor an End: Applying an Ethics of Care to Digital Archival Collections,” The Routledge International Handbook of New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums, and Heritage Sites. Routledge, 2019.
Gracen Brilymer, Joyce Gabiola, Jimmy Zavala, Michelle Caswell, “Reciprocal Archival Imaginaries: The Shifting Boundaries of ‘Community’ in Community Archives.” Archivaria 88 (Fall 2019): 6-48.
Cifor, Marika; Caswell, Michelle; Alda Allina Migoni; and Noah Geraci, “’What We Do Crosses Over to Activism’: The Politics and Practice of Community Archives.” The Public Historian 40(2) (May 2018): 69-95.
Caswell, Michelle. “Envisioning a Critical Archival Pedagogy.” The Politics of Theory and the Practice of Critical Librarianship. Sacramento: Litwin Books, 2018: 159-166.
Caswell, Michelle, Joyce Gabiola, Gracen Brilmyer, Jimmy Zavala and Marika Cifor, “Imagining Transformative Spaces: The Personal-Political Sites of Community Archives,” Archival Science 18(1), 2018.
Zavala, Jimmy; Alda Allina Migoni, Marika Cifor, Noah Geraci, and Michelle Caswell.““A Process Where We're All at the Table”: Community Archives Challenging Dominant Modes of Archival Practice.” Archives and Manuscripts 2017: 1-14.
Caswell, Michelle (with graphic design by Gracen Brilmyer). “Teaching to Dismantle White Supremacy in the Archives Classroom.” Library Quarterly 87(3) (2017), special issue “Aftermath: Libraries and the U.S. Election”: 222-235.
Caswell, Michelle; Alda Allina Migoni; Noah Geraci; and Marika Cifor, “’To Be Able to Imagine Otherwise’: Community Archives and the Importance of Representation.” Archives and Records 38(1) (2016) (special issue on public history): 1-20.
Lorraine Dong, Joel Blanco Rivera, Michelle Caswell, Joanna Steele, “Examinations of Injustice: Methods for Studying Archives in a Human Rights Context,” book chapter in Research in the Archival Multiverse. Anne Gilliland, Sue McKemmish, Andrew J Lau, Eds. Melbourne: Monash University Press, 2016.
Caswell, Michelle, Marika Cifor, and Mario H. Ramirez. “’To Suddenly Discover Yourself Existing’: Uncovering the Affective Impact of Community Archives.” The American Archivist 79 (Spring/ Summer 2016): 56-81. Winner, Fellows Ernst Posner Award, Society of American Archivists.
Caswell, Michelle and Marika Cifor. “From Human Rights to Feminist Ethics: Radical Empathy in Archives.” Archivaria 81 (Spring 2016): 23-43.
Caswell, Michelle and Ricky Punzalan. “Archives and Human Rights: Questioning Notions of Information and Access.” In Perspectives on Libraries as Institutions of Human Rights and Social Justice (Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Insight Advances in Librarianship Series, 2016), 287-301.
Caswell, Michelle. “’The Archive’ Is Not an Archives: On Acknowledging the Intellectual Contributions of Archival Studies.” Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 16:1 (2016) (special issue “Archives on Fire”), https://escholarship.org/uc/item/7bn4v1fk.
Gilliland, Anne and Michelle Caswell. “Records and Their Imaginaries: Imagining the Impossible, Making Possible the Imagined.” Archival Science 16(1) (2016): 53-75. Honorable Mention, 2016 Library Juice Paper Competition.
Caswell, Michelle. “The Future of the Painful Past: The Materiality of the Digital in the South Asian American Digital Archive.” In Excavating Memory: Material Culture Approaches to Sites of Remembering and Forgetting. (Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2016)
Punzalan, Ricardo and Michelle Caswell. “Critical Directions for Archival Approaches to Social Justice.” Library Quarterly 86 (1) (2016): 25-42.
Caswell, Michelle and Anne Gilliland. “False Promise and New Hope: Dead Perpetrators, Imagined Documents, and Emergent Archival Evidence.” International Journal of Human Rights 19(5) 2015: 615-627.
Caswell, Michelle. “Documenting South Asian American Struggles Against Racism: Community Archives In a Post-9/11 World.” In Cultural Memories of Nonviolent Struggles: Powerful Times. Anna Reading and Tamar Katriel, Eds. London: Palgrave, 2015.
Caswell, Michelle. “Seeing Yourself in History: Community Archives in the Fight Against Symbolic Annihilation.” The Public Historian 36(4) November 2014: 26-37.
Caswell, Michelle. “Community-Centered Collecting: Finding Out What Communities Want from Community Archives.” Proceedings of the 77th ASIS&T Annual Meeting, volume 51, October 31-November 4, 2014.
Caswell, Michelle. “Toward a Survivor-Centered Approach to Human Rights Archives: Lessons from Community-Based Archives.” Archival Science 14: 3-4 (2014): 307-322. Special Double Issue on Human Rights Archives.
Caswell, Michelle. “Inventing New Archival Imaginaries: Theoretical Foundations for Identity-Based Community Archives.” In Identity Palimpsests: Ethnic Archiving in the U.S. and Canada. Sacramento, CA: Litwin Books, 2014, 35-55. Winner, 2014 Library Juice Paper Competition.
Caswell, Michelle and Samip Mallick. “Collecting the Easily Missed Stories: Digital Participatory Microhistory and the South Asian American Digital Archive.” Archives and Manuscripts 42:1 (2014): 73-86. Reprinted in Participatory Archives in a World of Ubiquitous Media. London: Routledge, 2015.
Caswell, Michelle. “On Pluralism: What Religious Pluralism Can Teach Us About Archival Studies.” Archival Science 13 (2013): 273-92.
Caswell, Michelle. “Rethinking Inalienability: Trusting Nongovernmental Archives in Transitional Societies.” American Archivist 76(1) (2013): 113-134.
Caswell, Michelle. “Using Classification to Convict the Khmer Rouge,” Journal of Documentation 68(2) (2012): 162-184.
Caswell, Michelle. “Classifying Khmer Rouge Genocide: Archival Description, Ethnic Identity, and Accountability,” Archives without Borders: Archiefkunde 12 (2012), 223-235.
Michelle Caswell, Giso Broman, Jennifer Kirmer, Laura Martin, Nathan Sowry. “Implementing a Social Justice Framework in an Introduction to Archives Course: Lessons from Both Sides of the Classroom,” InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies 8:2 (2012).
Caswell, Michelle. “‘Thank You Very Much, Now Give Them Back’: Cultural Property and the Fight Over the Iraqi Baath Party Records,” American Archivist 74 (Spring/Summer 2011): 211-240.
Pluralizing the Archival Curriculum Group, Archival Education and Research Institute, “Educating for the Archival Multiverse,” American Archivist 74 (Spring/Summer 2011): 69-101.