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  • Thursday, February 08, 2018 10:43 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Improving Descriptive Practices for Born-Digital Material in an Archival Context
    Friday, February 23, 2018

    This workshop will ensure that practitioners leave with the skills and resources necessary to adequately express the quality, quantity, and usability of digital material in their collections. The workshop has broad applicability, and will accommodate participants who have minimal experience with processing digital material as well as those who have been working with born-digital materials for some time.

    Read more and register for the event

  • Tuesday, January 30, 2018 5:11 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On Thursday, February 22, the ART Advocacy Committee will host Investing In Archivists: Advocating as a Lone Arrangera panel discussion at the New York City Municipal Archives between Lone Arrangers (archivists working alone or in very small staff situations) about their diverse collections and the particular challenges solo archivists face within their institutions. This event is free, and open to the public. Please register here until February 21. 

  • Tuesday, January 16, 2018 2:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    We are pleased to announce that four winners have been selected as recipients of the NEA/ART Scholarship to help attend the NEA/ART Spring Meeting in New Haven, Connecticut on March 22-24, 2018.


    Please join us in congratulating Carissa Pfeiffer, Jasmine Sykes-Kunk, Annie Schweikert, and Alexa Logush!
  • Thursday, January 11, 2018 12:50 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Join New England Archivists (NEA) and the Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York (ART) for a joint Spring 2018 Meeting, “Rise Up,” March 22-24 in New Haven, Connecticut. 

    At "Rise Up," we will explore the personal, professional, and political implications of archival advocacy, particularly with regard to social justice efforts, community engagement, economic challenges, activist tactics, and career sustainability for individuals in the archival field.

    In addition to conference sessions, the schedule will include repository tours, a community work day, and the chance to meet up with colleagues from across New England and metropolitan New York. 

    25 conference sessions
    Four full-day workshops


    Day of Service at two locations (New Haven Pride Center and New Haven Free Public Library)

    Plenary speakers Matthew Connelly (Columbia University) and Emily Drabinski (Long Island University)

    Tours of New Haven and Yale libraries and museums

    Movie night! Dinner! Fair use game show!

    QUESTIONS?

    Please contact the Program Committee co-chairs: Rachel Chatalbash at rachel.chatalbash@yale.edu and Bonnie Marie Sauer at bsauer@lincolncenter.org.

    If you have questions about registration, please see our Registration FAQ or contact NEA's Registrar, Olivia Mandica-Hart, at registrar@newenglandarchivists.org

    For questions or concerns about accessibility and/or disability accommodations that you would like addressed before registration, please contact NEA’s Inclusion and Diversity Coordinator co-chairs Rosemary Davis and Rose Oliveira at diversity@newenglandarchivists.org for assistance. 

    We are looking forward to seeing you in New Haven!


  • Wednesday, November 15, 2017 11:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New York Archives Week Symposium 2018: The Uncomfortable Archive

    Questionable subject matters. Overly restrictive deeds of gift. Hard-to-justify budgets. We all know any archive worth its salt will (perhaps should) make its stewards occasionally uneasy. And there are also archives that make people outside their administration uneasy–those holding systematic records of government abuses, say, or unintended documentation of objectionable behaviors–and those archives may face everything from purposeful neglect to physical attacks.

    During the 2018 New York Archives Week Symposium, we want to make our colleagues shift in their seats. Bring your stories of quandaries, confrontations and sleepless nights, and make us all think about the ultimate question on personal and professional responsibility: “What would I do?”

    Read more about how to submit your proposal 

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