2022 Course Schedule

Dates City Location Course Title Instructor
New York
Booklyn An Assembly on Using Artists’ Books to Decolonize Special Collections Libraries Marshall Weber
TBA 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 (Instructors TBA)
CUNY Graduate Center Critical Librarianship in Praxis Emily Drabinski
CalRBS Curated Special Topics: Artists and Archives CalRBS Curated Course (Instructors TBA)
Born Digital/Digital Collections Trevor Owens
Curating the Digital Afterlife: Analog Histories and Digital Futures Tonia Sutherland
Introduction to Black Print Culture Gabrielle Dudley
Archives and Climate Change Eira Tansey
San Francisco
University of San Francisco Descriptive Bibliography* Gerald Cloud
Stanford University Understanding Maps in an Academic Environment* Julie Sweetkind-Singer
Letterform Archive History of Typography in the West: An Overview from Gutenberg to Adobe Paul Shaw
Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley Rare Book Cataloging Randal Brandt
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
UCLA Special Issues in Art Librarianship: Developing Critical/Decolonial Praxis CalRBS Curated Course:
Simone Fujita
Kit Messick
Lylliam Posadas
Hailey Loman
UCLA History of the Renaissance Book* Craig Kallendorf and Lisa Pon
UCLA Inclusive Leadership and Management in Academic Libraries Aislinn Sotelo
UCLA English Paleography Vanessa Wilkie
UCLA The Critical Praxis of Special Collections Librarianship Mario H. 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.