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Michaela Ullmann Jun 21
Octavia Butler predicting the world of 2020....
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Laura Wilsey Jun 21
Thank you for an incredibly poignant closing plenary talk!
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Plague Printer Jun 21
Ramesh Mallipeddi immediately identifies capitalism as a culprit in climate change as early as the 18th C.
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Whitney Buccicone Jun 19
let's do better about using the mic, folx.
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Laura Jun 21
It's sad to think that most of disaster planning for organizations may have to happen on personal time.
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Patrick Olson Rare Books Jun 25
Unpacking recent arrivals and can’t help but reflect on the sustainability theme of
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Michelle Paquette Jun 20
Never really thought of tree rings as a “natural archive” before but that makes complete sense.
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Emma Sarconi Jun 21
Hearing about the journey of Octavia Butlers papers into The Huntington brings forward the awkward truth that some people we don’t/didn’t/ wouldn’t have welcomed as patrons are only brought into the reading room once they’ve proven importance. Women, POC in particular.
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a.e.carver Jun 19
NBD, just openly weeping at the opening .
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Henry Sotheran Ltd Jun 19
Hey Baltimore, that's quite an impressive boat.
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Henry Sotheran Ltd Jun 19
Tea breaks at sponsored by yours truly!
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Grace O Jun 21
A bunch of librarians rolling off a MARC train is strangely appropriate
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Allie McCormack Jun 21
Shout-out to all the hotel desk workers, caterers, janitors, bus drivers, and other staff without whom would not be possible. Thank you!
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Whitney Buccicone Jun 20
Having students be present and give presentations at conferences make these events all the better. They ask questions that us "established" folks either don't think/want to ask or haven't been asked in years. I appreciate it. At times, that takes a lot of bravery.
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Bethany Nowviskie Jun 30
Finally sharing my short plenary talk, drawing together some thinking I've done on cultural heritage, climate, & cultures of care over the past few years:
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mselibrary Jun 18
Incunabula getting ready for their close-up at this afternoon's workshop.
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Meaghan O'Riordan Aug 4
I complained about this at and am now realizing that it’s a hotel thing. These chairs are much better than they were in Baltimore, but they are still too close together. I mean ?? We need conferences accessible by all bodies
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Michelle Paquette Jun 19
Thank you to everyone at who has been so kind to me and my baby. I’m trying hard to attend sessions without being too much of a distraction to others. If my baby’s babbling and fussing has distracted you, my apologies!
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Nechie Stewart Jun 21
To the and all team members special shout-out to You all made my special and I can’t wait for
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Kristen Diehl Jun 19
Plenary discussing the relevance of special collections to the documentation of climate change over time, and the ways in which cultural heritage institutions can create safe spaces for public conversations and education on climate change.
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