Professional Development Committee Bulletin, April 2023
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Upcoming ARLIS/NA Events
- April 18-21, Transformación, ARLIS/NA Annual Conference, Mexico City
- April 25 - May 5, Chapter, SIG, Division, and Committee Annual Spring Business Meetings - details listed on conference Sched
- June 12-16, VIRTUAL ARLIS/NA & VRA Summer Educational Institute (SEI),
$225 ARLIS/VRA Members, $250 Non-Members, FREE for Kress Scholarship Recipients
Calls for Proposals/Papers/Posters
- Association of Print Scholars, sponsored panel at College Art Association (CAA) Annual Conference, Deadline: April 7, 2023 Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org Include: 2 page CV + Title/250 word abstract
More Info: The APS-sponsored panel may be related to any period, theme, or aspect of print scholarship. We encourage proposals that transcend chronological or geographic boundaries, as well as those that engage current theoretical interests in materialism, archival theory, bibliographic studies, history of ideas, or social history, including feminisms and critical race studies. If you are interested in chairing a panel, please submit a title and 250-word abstract that describes the subject of your session. Co-chaired proposals are welcome. Once the theme and chair of the panel are selected, the panel will solicit contributors through CAA’s open call. Chair or co-chairs must be members in good standing of APS and CAA.
- SECAC Annual Conference, Call for Papers, Deadline: May 1, 2023
- Society of American Archivists 2023 Research Forum, Call for Platforms and Posters, Deadline: May 1, 2023
- IFLA Art Libraries Satellite Conference, Rijksmuseum Research Library, Amsterdam (August 17-19, 2023) “Big Ideas and Challenging Questions,”, Call for Papers, Deadline: May 15, 2023
Webinars, Virtual Conferences, and Learning Opportunities Beyond ARLIS/NA
- April 5, 1-2 p.m. ET, ALISE Webinar: “Where We Are Now in LIS Education: Sexual and Gender Minority Privacy,” Presented by Michele A.L. Villagran, SJSU and Dr. Darra L. Hofman, SJSU and moderated by Nora Bird, UNC at Greensboro. Registration is open to the public. Description available on registration page.
- April 17, 2-3 p.m. CDT, The Society of American Archivists Committee on Research, Data and Assessment (CORDA) presents “Navigating the IRB Process with the Society of American Archivists Committee on Research Data and Assessment,” a 1-hour panel discussion about the process of getting approval from an institutional review board (IRB) for research on the archival ﬁeld and related topics. Registration is limited to 500 registrants.
- Susan Askren, Research Compliance Oﬃce, Smithsonian Institution
- Adam Bailey, Senior IRB Manager, Social & Behavioral (Non-Medical) IRB, Stanford University Research Compliance Oﬃce
- Amanda Hawk, Public Services Manager for Distinctive Collections, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Margaret Hoogland, Margaret Hoogland, Clinical Medical Librarian, University of Toledo
- April 20, 12 m. ET, [Archives Alive] The Earthly Paradise: Recent Botanical Acquisitions at McMaster University Library, Registration & Description of Event
- September 26-28, Visual Resources Association (VRA) Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX
- October 11-14, SECAC Annual Conference, Richmond, VA
- July 12, Society of American Archivists Research Forum, 1-4:30 CT online
- July 19, Society of American Archivists Research Forum, 1-4:30 CT online
- August 17-19, IFLA Art Libraries Satellite Conference, Rijksmuseum Research Library, “Big Ideas and Challenging Questions,” Amsterdam
Compiled by the Professional Development Committee: Courtney Hunt (Chair), Shoshana Vegh-Gaynor, Michele Jennings, Martha Neth, Marty Miller, Claire Payne, Anna Boutin-Cooper, Patricia Gimenez