Often, we turn to history for “lessons” that we hope will guide us through the present moment while taking for granted the invisible processes of narrative construction (and deconstruction) that go into the formation of our historical stories. In “Paradigms for Liberation I-III,” Anaïs Duplan opens up a space for “remembering” the narratives of three liberation movements—the Algerian War of Independence, the Black British Feminist Movement from the 70s and 80s, and liberation theology in Latin America during the late 80s and early 90s—through our online, shared archive.