The Midwest Archives Conference Newsletter seeks writers for “Archival Resources on the Web.” This column highlights digital projects, collections, and other information about archival materials available online. The articles typically feature about five resources and are no longer than 1,500 words. Images are encouraged.
Recent topics that have been featured in “Archival Resources” include: travel and tourism, LGBTQ, fashion, World War I, vaudeville, dime novels, Civil Rights movement, and Civil War letters
A few suggested topics include (but are NOT limited to!): science fiction (or other genre fiction), food studies/culinary history, historic advertisements, history of activism or a particular social movement in the US, early film, Native American history, and professional development resources for archivists.
Please send a short summary of your proposed topic or queries to Jolie Braun at email@example.com.
The deadline for the fall issue is August 1, 2017.
Archive Journal publishes content in 3 distinct sections:
Submissions for “Archives Remixed” and “Notes + Queries” are on a rolling basis. If you have an idea for a “360″ roundtable, please contact the editor, Lauren Coats, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission guidelines can be found at http://www.archivejournal.net/submit/
Journal for the Society of North Carolina Archivists
Special Topical Issue: Collecting Communities
Call for Papers
J-SNCA is a peer-reviewed journal that seeks to support the theoretical, practical, and scholarly aspects of the archival profession.
The editorial board of J-SNCA invites members of the research and archival communities to submit articles for a themed issue, Collecting Communities, to be published online in fall 2017.
Today, many in the archival profession are actively working to identify, document, and better serve communities that have been underrepresented, misrepresented, or entirely unrepresented in their collections. Marginalized communities, communities whose histories are documented in non-traditional formats, or communities that primarily exist in the online world all present challenges and opportunities for archivists to collaborate with community members and make archives – both their collections and their services – more inclusive and far-reaching.
This notice is a broad call for papers [shorter articles 1,500-4,000 words in length] that discuss specific ways archives are working to document and collaborate with communities. We would be particularly interested in articles that discuss the broader lessons and meanings that collecting communities has for the larger archival community.
The deadline for article submission is August 1, 2017. All members of the archival community, including students and independent researchers, are welcome to submit articles. Contributors need not be members of Society of North Carolina Archivists or live in the state of North Carolina. Article proposals are welcome and encouraged.
Submission guidelines can be found at http://www.ncarchivists.org/publications/journal-of-the-society-of-north-carolina-archivists-j-snca/manuscript-submission-guidelines/