New/Recent Publications

Articles

The Postwar American Poet’s Library: An Archival Consideration with Charles Olson and the Maud/Olson Library,” Book History Vol. 23 (2020)
Mary Catherine Kinniburgh

The Page Image: Towards a Visual History of Digital Documents,” Book History Vol. 23 (2020)
Andrew Piper, Chad Wellmon, and Mohamed Cheriet

“The Bane of a Music Librarian’s Existence”: Why and How Music Libraries Preserve Scores with Spiral and Comb BindingsMusic Reference Services Quarterly
Peter Shirts

Identifying VOCs in exhibition cases and efflorescence on museum objects exhibited at Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian-New York,” Heritage Science 8:115 (2020)
Alba Alvarez-Martin, John George, Emily Kaplan, Lauren Osmond, Leah Bright, G. Asher Newsome, Rebecca Kaczkowski, Frederik Vanmeert, Gwénaëlle Kavich and Susan Heald

Evaluation of metadata describing topographic maps in a National Library,” Heritage Science 8:113 (2020)
Marta Kuźma and Albina Mościcka

Documenting Digital Projects: Instituting Guidelines for Digital Dissertations and Theses in the Humanities,” College & Research Libraries Vol. 81 no. 7 (2020)
Roxanne Shirazi and Stephen Zweibel

Liberating digital collections: Rights review of digital collections at the Ohio State University Libraries,” College & Research Libraries Vol. 81 no. 10 (2020)
Sandra Aya Enimil

Books

The Library Outreach Cookbook
Ryan L. SittlerTerra, J. Rogerson
(American Library Association, 2020)

Copyright’s Highway: From the Printing Press to the Cloud, Second Edition
Paul Goldstein
(Stanford University Press, 2019)

Other

Structuring Collaborations: The Opportunities and Challenges of Building Relationships Between Academic Museums and Libraries
Liam Sweeney
(Ithaka S+R, 2020)

Podcasts

S4.7: Ferrin Evans : Queer Loss, Marginalized Experiences and Demanding a Seat at the Table
Archivist’s Alley

New Podcast: Rose Library Presents, Emory University

#56 Engineering Empathy: Building Innovative Access Systems and Preserving Video Testimony with Sam Gustman, CTO and Associate Dean at USC Shoah Foundation and USC Libraries
The Workflow Show

Case Studies

New Case Study on Access Policies for Native American Archival Materials
Case 3: Access Policies for Native American Archival Materials in the National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
 by Diana E. Marsh, Robert Leopold, Katherine Crowe, and Katherine S. Madison is the latest addition to SAA’s open access case studies series on Access Policies for Native American Archival Materials. This case examines the policies and practices of the National Anthropological Archives at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History over a fifty-year period. It describes a series of archival programs and projects that occurred before, during, and after the development of the Protocols for Native American Archival Materials in order to view changes in the archives’ access policies within a broader cultural and institutional milieu. The case study assesses the influence of the Protocols as well as some challenges to the adoption of several recommendations and makes several proposals for archival repositories with comparable collections and constituencies. The case studies series is sponsored by the Native American Archives Section.

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