December 19, 2019

July 6, 2019

Please reload

Recent Posts

10x10 Women in the Workforce

April 7, 2020

Please reload

Featured Posts

Upcoming conference talks on gender, sexuality, and equity

August 9, 2019

Check out these neat upcoming conference talks:

  • August 3–4: Society of American Archivists in Austin, TX:

    • Diverse Sexuality & Gender / Women’s Collections Sections (Gina K. Armstrong, Archives and Digital Initiatives Librarian, Birmingham-Southern College; Ellen Brooks, Oral Historian, North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources; Anna Tunnicliff, Processing Librarian, Iowa Women's Archives)

    • Beyond Neutrality: Righting Wrongs and Striving Toward Representation (Daniel Linke, University Archivist, Princeton University Library; Joanna Black, Digital Archivist, Sierra Club; William Rhyne Clements, Digital Projects Archivist, Washington State University Libraries; Amy K. Mondt, Associate Director, Texas Tech University; Karen Walton Morse, Director of Distinctive Collections, University of Rhode Island; Elizabeth Skene, Special and Digital Collections Librarian, Western Carolina University)

    • Open Forum: SAA Diversity Committee (Cheryl Beredo; Raananah Sarid-Segal)

    • Teaching about Sexuality from the Archives: Creating Student-Centered Instruction with Archival Materials around Gender and Sexuality (Jill Borin, Head of Archives and Distinctive Collections, Widener University; Molly Wolf, Head of Research & Instructional Services and Sexuality Archivist, Widener University)

  • August 28–31: American Association for State and Local History in Philadelphia, PA:

    • Women Leading with Power and Authenticity (Chair: Melanie Adams, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN; Anne Ackerson, Consultant, Troy, NY; Joan Baldwin, The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT)

    • Drawing the Line: Gender Equity and Facing Sexual Harassment and Mistreatment in the Cultural Field (Chair: Veronica Gallardo, Casemate Museum , Fort Monroe Authority, Fort Monroe, VA; Enimini Ekong, National Park Service, Topeka, KS; Diana Gallardo, Kiwi Partners, New York, NY; Sylvea Hollis, PhD, NPS Mellon Humanities Post-Doctoral Fellow, Gender and Sexual Equality, Arlington, VA; Melissa Prycer, Dallas Heritage Village, Dallas, TX; Kate Quinn, Penn Museum, Philadelphia, PA)

    • The Future is Female: Championing Women in Museum Leadership (Chair: Kim Fortney, National History Day, College Park, MD; Melanie Adams, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN; Donna Sack, Naper Settlement, Naperville, IL; Jessica Stavros, Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, New Albany, IN)

    • Advocating for Equity: How to Talk about Salaries in Your Museum (Chair: Scott Wands, Connecticut Humanities, Middletown, CT; Joan Baldwin, The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT; Kelsey Brow, King Manor Museum, Jamaica, NY; Ilene Frank, Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, CT; Diane Jellerette, Norwalk Historical Society, Norwalk, CT)

  • September 25: Mountain-Plains Museums Association in Albuquerque, NM: 

    • Welcoming the Trans, Queer, Gender Neutral Museum Guests (Presenters: Jess Clark, Education and Outreach, Solace Crisis Treatment Center, Santa Fe, NM / Cash Ashby, Psychologist, Santa Fe, NM / Amanda Mather, curator of collections, El Rancho de las Golondrinas, Santa Fe, NM)

  • October 3–5: Association of Midwest Museums & Michigan Museums Association in Grand Rapids, MI:

    • Oh Baby! Looking at Museums as Leaders for Working Families: Creating Infant-At-Work Programs to Augment Federal Family Leave (Session Presenters: Veronica Campbell, Port Huron Museum; Christy Kincaid, Air Zoo; Maria Newhouse, Air Zoo)

    • This is Not Your Mother’s Museum (Session Presenters: Carrie Weis, Ferris State University; Tracy Busch, Ferris State University; Mari Kermit, Ferris State University)

  • October 8–10: Communicating the Arts Conference in Montreal, Visit GEMM Steering Committee member Katie Reynolds, Agecroft Hall & Gardens, Richmond,VA, during this conference.

  • October 21: Southeastern Museums Conference in Charleston, SC: 

    • Women on the Rise: Truths and Myths Revisited (Moderator/Presenter: Heather Nowak, Preschool Director, Destiny Worship Center, Miramar Beach, FLPresenters: Lisa Littlefield, Director, Center for Career Development and Experiential Education, Hood College, Frederick, MD; Lucy Allen, Museum Division Director, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, MS; Cheryl Call, Deputy General Counsel, Blackbaud, Charleston, SC)

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

Follow Us
Please reload

Search By Tags