New/Recent Publications


Humanizing LIS Education and Practice: Diversity by Design
By Keren Dali, Nadia Caidi
(Routledge, forthcoming October 2020)

Among Digitized Manuscripts. Philology, Codicology, Paleography in a Digital World
Series: Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 1 The Near and Middle East, Volume: 137
Author: L.W.C. van Lit

Explore the Library of Congress (LoC): A Collection Analysis, International Journal of Information Dissemination And Technology, Vol. 10 no. 1 (2020)
Asifa Ali, Sumaira Jan

“E-Mail as Legacy: Managing and Preserving E-Mail as a Collection,” Libraries and the Academy, Vol. 20 no. 3 (July 2020)
Jesse David Dinneen, Maja Krtalić

“Themes in Recent Research on Integrating Primary Source Collections and Instruction,” Libraries and the Academy, Vol. 20 no. 3 (July 2020)
Sonia Yaco, Arkalgud Ramaprasad, Thant Syn

Copyright and Digital Collections: A Data-Driven Roadmap for Rights Statement Success,” College & Research Libraries, July 2020
Sara R. Benson and Hannah Stitzlein

Radical Holdings? Student Newspaper Collections in Australian University Libraries and Archives,” Journal of the Australian Library and Information Association 
Jessie Lymn & Tamara Jones

Bodies of archives/archival bodies: an introduction,” Visual anthropology review [online], 36(1),
B. Battaglia, J. Clarke, F. Slegenthaler

A Content and Comparative Analysis of Job Advertisements for Special Collections Professionals Using ACRL RBMS Guidelines,” Journal of Library Administration Vol. 60 no. 6 (2020)
Kellee E. Warren &Jung Mi Scoulas

Investigating the Perceived Value of Special Collections in the Academic Library,” Journal of Library Administration Vol. 60 no. 6 (2020)
Jae Jennifer Rossman

Other Publications

Research Library Issues, no. 300: GLAM Collaboration Opportunities and Challenges, Association of Research Libraries

Charles Francis on LGBTQ Archive Activism, AHR Interview
AHR author Charles Francis speaks about his October 2019 issue article “Freedom Summer ‘Homos’: An Archive Story.” Francis is president of the Mattachine Society of Washington, D.C., an LGBTQ history society that partners with pro bono legal counsel McDermott Will & Emery to undertake archival research that brings to light hidden and suppressed aspects of LGBTQ political history in order to educate the legal community, community leaders, and the media—work the society conceives of as “archive activism.”

Francis spoke about his article with AHR editor Alex Lichtenstein and Florida International University historian of queer history Julio Capó Jr.

Still Speaking
Still Speaking is a radio show created by Conrad Stoesz, the archivist at the Mennonite Heritage Archives. These five-minute stories are currently airing on Golden West Radio 950, 1220 and 1250 AM Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 9:20 am (CST). You can catch it live online here. We are also sharing the stories on our site here!

Still Speaking tells stories about people, places, and events preserved in documents and artifacts in our archives. Our aim is to learn about the past, the role of archives in society, and give you something to think about. Together we can listen to the people of the past “still speaking.”

Transcripts is a new podcast that puts the transgender movement in context. Using oral histories from the Tretter Transgender Oral History Project at the University of Minnesota Libraries, hosts Andrea Jenkins and Myrl Beam introduce listeners to the trans activists who are changing our world.

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