Associated Organizations


Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference

Organized in 1972, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC) is a volunteer, regional consortium of archivists who live and work in the states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia, and in the District of Columbia. MARAC’s mission is to provide affordable archival education, encourage diversity and inclusion in the profession, foster collegiality among archivists, and support archival advocacy throughout the MARAC region.  In addition to producing regular meetings at the organization and state-caucus levels, MARAC provides members with opportunities to make presentations, publish articles, and engage in professional service and outreach. 

 


 


National Endowment for the Humanities

NEH is an independent federal agency created in 1965. Because democracy demands wisdom, NEH serves and strengthens our republic by promoting excellence in the humanities and conveying the lessons of history to all Americans. The Endowment accomplishes this mission by awarding grants for top-rated proposals examined by panels of independent, external reviewers.

NEH grants typically go to cultural institutions, such as museums, archives, libraries, colleges, universities, public television, and radio stations, and to individual scholars. The grants:

• strengthen teaching and learning in schools and colleges

• facilitate research and original scholarship

• provide opportunities for lifelong learning

• preserve and provide access to cultural and educational resources

• strengthen the institutional base of the humanities

 


 


New England Archivists

NEA’s mission is to connect and support the diverse individuals and organizations in New England responsible for the care of cultural heritage and the documentary record, through advocacy, education, communication, and the forging of a strong, inclusive professional network. Our core values as an organization are visibility and advancement of archival practice and all individuals engaged in archival work and study; community building with an emphasis on diversity and inclusion; encouraging collaboration, innovation, experimentation, and creativity across institutions and areas of expertise; stewardship of history and the historical record; and transparency, integrity, and professional ethics. We invite you to join us.

 


 


Social Networks and Archival Context (SNAC)

SNAC is a free, online resource that helps users discover biographical and historical information about persons, families, and organizations that created or are documented in historical resources (primary source documents) and their connections to one another. Users can locate archival collections and related resources held at cultural heritage institutions around the world. SNAC is an international cooperative including, but not limited to, archives, libraries, and museums, that is working to build a corpus of reliable descriptions of people, families, and organizations that link to and provide a contextual understanding of historical records. A complete list of SNAC Cooperative members can be foundhere.

 


 


Society of North Carolina Archivists

SNCA is a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization which (1) promotes cooperation and the exchange of information among individuals and institutions interested in the preservation and use of the archival and manuscript resources of North Carolina; (2) shares information on archival methodology and the availability of research materials; (3) provides a forum for discussion of matters of common concern as they pertain to the archival profession in North Carolina; and (4) cooperates with organizations and professionals in related disciplines.

 


 


Society of Southwest Archivists

The Society of Southwest Archivists is a professional organization established to:

  • Stimulate and make available research in archival administration and records management
  • Promote sound principles and standards for preserving and administering records
  • Foster opportunities for education and training of archivists, records managers, and custodians of private papers
  • Strengthen relations with others in allied disciplines and with organizations and institutions having mutual interests in the preservation and use of our recorded heritage.

 


 

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Code of Conduct

We value and respect our diverse guests, volunteers, service providers, and staff members. We expect all of our attendees to do the same. Read the SAA Code of Conduct.

CoSA members and others deserve an organizational environment where each individual is treated with dignity and respect. Read CoSA's Code of Conduct.