2022 Course Schedule

Dates City Location Course Title Instructor
7/25-7/29
New York
Booklyn An Assembly on Using Artists’ Books to Decolonize Special Collections Libraries Marshall Weber
Smithsonian Libraries and Archives, Cooper Hewitt Library Teaching in Special Collections: Creating Pedagogy & Space for Critical, Effective, and Inclusive Primary Source Literacy Instruction Michaela Ullmann
TALAS CalRBS Curated Special Topics: Small Press Communication Circuits: Supply Chains, Publishing, and Distribution CalRBS Curated Course:
Aaron Salik
Beldan Sezen
Lucy Y
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CUNY Graduate Center Critical Librarianship in Praxis Emily Drabinski
8/1-8/5
Online
CalRBS Curated Special Topics: Artists and Archives CalRBS Curated Course:
Sarah Russin
Michalle Gould
Katherine Agyemaa Agard
Amanda Martin Katz
Born Digital/Digital Collections Trevor Owens
Curating the Digital Afterlife: Analog Histories and Digital Futures Tonia Sutherland
Archives and Climate Change Eira Tansey
8/8-8/12
San Francisco
University of San Francisco Descriptive Bibliography* Gerald Cloud
Letterform Archive History of Typography in the West: An Overview from Gutenberg to Adobe Paul Shaw
8/15-8/19
Los Angeles
UCLA Queer and Feminist Archival Practices Rebecka Sheffield
UCLA Islamic Manuscript and Print Culture: from the Middle East to South Asia Nur Sobers-Khan
Online Special Issues in Art Librarianship: Developing Critical/Decolonial Praxis CalRBS Curated Course:
Simone Fujita
Kit Messick
Lylliam Posadas
Hailey Loman
Dan McCleary
UCLA History of the Renaissance Book* Lisa Pon and Sophia Nuñez
UCLA English Paleography Vanessa Wilkie
UCLA The Critical Praxis of Special Collections Librarianship Mario Ramirez

The CalRBS Curated Courses welcome a range of speakers in one subject area. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the course topic from a variety of expert professional perspectives.

 

*Indicates a course that will be cancelled if our program needs to move online due to circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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