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Metadata Justice in Oklahoma Libraries & Archives Symposium

Metadata Justice in Oklahoma Libraries & Archives Symposium

Now in its 3rd year, the Metadata Justice in Oklahoma Libraries & Archives Symposium provides a space for folks to share their ideas and to create a support network for those interested in metadata justice work in our state's libraries and archives. Presentations will include the following:

  • Keynote with Treshani Perera, University of Kentucky
  • Unraveling Metadata Justice: Librarians and Metadata Wranglers in Making Information Fair for Everyone with Rebekah Silverstein, Oklahoma State University
  • The Limits of Repair: The Case for and Boundaries of Reparative Description with Rachel Searcy and Weatherly A. Stephan, New York University
  • Reparative Analysis of OOHRP's Oklahoma and OSU Diverse Sexuality and Gender Collections with Katanna Davis and Patrick Daglaris, Oklahoma State University
  • Apparitional Representations: Disability History, Reparative Descriptions, and Ethical Failings in a Special Research Collection with Melissa Weiss
  • Unveiling Hidden Stories: Interactive Digital Humanities Resources Empower Research on Underrepresented Communities with Megan Macken, Sara Mautino and Amy Hunt, Oklahoma State University
  • Inclusive Metadata through Bibliographic Control with Kirsten Bryson and Devin McGhee, Metropolitan Library System
  • Distributed Labour: Managing Harmful Language Work in A Canadian Library Partnership with Matthew Fesnak, McMaster University Library/Ontario Council of University Libraries
  • Multilingual Metadata: The Pan-American Authorities Initiative for Spanish Subject Headings with Rose Echeguren, University of Florida and Devon Murphy, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Searching the Past, Finding the Present: Identifying Contemporary Tribal Communities in Gilcrease Museum's Rare Books Collection with Jana Gowan, Dr. Billy Smith, and Dr. Benjamin Pokross, Helmerich Center for American Research at Gilcrease Museum
  • Creating Occult Identities and Subjects, or, How New NACO and SACO Funnels will Improve Access to Occult Resources with Guy Frost, Valdosta State University and Margaret Breidenbaugh, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

Related Research Guide: Metadata Justice in Oklahoma Libraries & Archives Symposium by Shay Beezley

Thursday, June 13, 2024
9:30am - 4:00pm
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Registration is required. There are 245 seats available.

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