Pop-Up and Working Group Sessions Announced!

The ARCHIVES*RECORDS 2019: TRANSFORMATIVE! Program Committee invited submissions of proposals for Pop-Up and Working Group Sessions at the Joint Annual Meeting in Austin. Pop-Up and Working Group Sessions will enliven the conference program by focusing on ideas and content that may have “popped up” between November 2018 (when initial proposals were due) and May 2019. We encouraged experimentation and ask proposers to think creatively to engage and challenge participants, prompting them to consider possibilities and new directions—even if it means jumping out of their comfort zones.

Sessions were selected in two different ways. To ensure that under-discussed, salient, challenging topics/issues are included, the Program Committee co-chairs select two sessions that connect strongly with the conference theme. The remaining sessions were selected for inclusion in the program based on an online vote of CoSA and SAA members. Thank you to all who submitted proposals and all who voted - the votes have now been tallied!

Congratulations to the following chosen proposals:

109 - Where Are We? The State of Accessibility in Archives

  • Hannah Rosen, LYRASIS
  • Lisa Sisco, ARChivy

202 - Happy Endings Only, Please! Documenting Community Development in Governmental Archives (This proposal was selected by the 2019 Program Committee Co-Chairs)

  • Natasha Kovalyova, University of Texas at Austin 
  • Amy Padilla University of Texas at Austin 
  • Haley Latta University of Texas at Austin

210 - Low Pay in Archives: Review of Recent Events, and Where Do We Go From Here?

  • Mark Lambert, Texas General Land Office
  • Sara DeCaro, Baker University
  • Talya Cooper, The Intercept
  • Samantha Dodd, Southern Methodist University
  • Rosemary Davis, Yale University
  • Rose Oliveira, Connecticut College

510 - Archivists as Teachers: A to Z on How to Engage, Conduct, and Maintain Educational Practice in our Communities

  • Ryan Leimkuehler, Kansas State University
  • James Roussain, John M. Kelly Library, University of St. Michael’s College in the University of Toronto
  • Gayle Schechter, Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
  • Martina Dodd, Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library

610 - Neurodiversity in Archives (This proposal was selected by the 2019 Program Committee Co-Chairs)

  • Eric Hung, Music of Asian America Research Center
  • Lydia Tang, Michigan State University
  • Chris Tanguay, MIT Libraries

708 - How Does It Really Work? Software Preservation and Emulation in the Archives

  • Lauren Work, University of Virginia Library
  • Tracy Popp, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Library

709 - Confederate Currency: The Ongoing Role of Government Archives in Public Monument Controversies

  • Jelain Chubb, Texas State Archives
  • Timothy D. Baker, Maryland State Archives
  • John H. Slate, Dallas Municipal Archives
  • Amanda Fallis, City Archives and Special Collections, New Orleans Public Library
  • Mike Miller, Austin History Center

805 - Hidden in Plain Sight? Locating Records of Under-documented Women

  • Kathryn Antonelli, Temple University
  • Jordan Landes, Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College
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CoSAand SAA thank the following Conference Sponsors for their support!