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Upcoming conference talks on gender, sexuality, and equity

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)

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