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Cataloging Practice at the Barnard Library Zine Collection, UC-IMC Zine Library and at the State Library of Victoria
Jesscia Lucas, moderator
Cataloging Practice at the Barnard Library Zine Collection, American Library Association Annual Conference: Monday, June 27, 2011 - 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Convention Center, Rm 297
See attached files of Chris's and John's slides.
ALA Annual 2011 Itinerary
My plans for the ALA Annual Conference 2011 in New Orleans, to be updated as needed. Note that I haven't looked through the conference planner at all yet, just ...
The Zines Are in Charge: a Radical Reference Librarian in the Archives, a perzinetation
Here are the slides for a talk I'm giving at Rutgers on Thursday:
EveryGrrrl at the Barnard Library
Lisa Darms, Senior Archivist, Fales Library, NYU
Sara Marcus, writer and musician, author of Girls to the Front
Molly Neuman, musician, zine publisher and founding member of the riot grrrl movement
Gretchen Wagner, Assistant Curator, MOMA, panel moderator
This is just the title since I used a ton of images I don't have permission to share. I would be happy to distribute the whole file to individuals who want to see it, though. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy.
Drupal Kitchen at Computers in Libraries
Eric Goldhagen and I are leading a hands on preconference workshop (#W11) at Computers in Libraries. It's Sunday, April 11 1:30-4:30 (Thank dog they didn't schedule us for a morning session!) in Washington, DC.
Our original title which they truncated, not without cause, is "Drupal Kitchen: a Hands-on Workshop for Anything from Creating Blog Posts to Overwriting Theme Functions."
The Myth of Professional Neutrality
Jana Varlejs (moderator)
MLIS Colloquium Activist Librarianship and the Ethics of Library Neutrality
Symposium description: In defense of user rights, librarians have sometimes been labeled radical militants, but more typically they adhere to the principles of nonjudgmental service, balanced collections, and political neutrality.
My talk refutes the concept that one cannot have and espouse political opinions while still providing nonjudgmental service and representative collections.