DLF Forum 2015

The DLF Forum conference was so much of a whirlwind that I didn’t quite keep up. But I did come away with an enormous reading and learning list. Here are some highlights as I ran between sessions over two days. @safiyanoble keynote should be required listening for all undergraduates! Power, Privilege and…

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moving the needle: advancing the profession through publishing

For this year’s ARLIS/NA conference I asked a group of terrific editors and writers to talk about publishing. I moderated the entire session, Moving the Needle: Advancing the Profession through Publishing. First we had an excellent paper from Eric Wolf who talked about scholarly publishing outside librarianship. He encouraged us to…

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resources discovered @ nwsa

Following up on my last post about the National Women’s Studies Association conference, here’s a list of resources (new and new to me) that I learned about during my three days. Books Bodies Without Borders by Erynn Masi de Casanova & Afshan Jafar (to be published in December 2013) Entering…

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zoot suits, wonder woman, and abortion: what i learned at nwsa

In early November I attended the National Women’s Studies Association’s annual conference in Cincinnati. As the new liaison librarian to Women’s Studies and Queer Studies, attending the conference allowed me to learn more about the current scholarship in both disciplines. I also met many librarians who are now part of…

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science & art at denison

Last Friday I co-presented Embracing the STEM to STEAM Initiative: The Library as Bridge Between Science and Art. This was the second time the Natural Sciences Librarian, Moriana Garcia, and I presented about science and art. Part of the presentation centers on what we are doing at Denison University to encourage…

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