118th chat, Tuesday September 24 2019: #snaprt joint chat / labor issues in archives
6 pm Pacific / 7 pm Mountain / 8 pm Central / 9 pm Eastern
a joint chat between critlib and the Students and New Archives Professionals (SNAP) section of the Society of American Archivists (SAA)
note: Some of these questions may be difficult to answer candidly in a public forum like Twitter. Participants have a number of options for anonymity: you can send a direct message to @SNAP_Section, send a message to the SNAP RT through the anonymous form on this page, or tweet via the @CritLib_anon twitter account through the anonymous form on this page.
- S. Williams. All Labor is Local, keynote speech at Digital Library Federation Forum (2016).
- SAA 2019 archivist salary transparency spreadsheet
- Sandy Rodriguez, Ruth Tillman, Amy Wickner, Stacie Williams, and Emily Drabinski. “Collective Responsibility: Seeking Equity for Contingent Labor in Libraries, Archives, and Museums.” (2019).
Please share additional resources using #snaprt or #critlib on Twitter or through the SNAP section SAA listserv.
- Q1. What can archivists & librarians do to create greater solidarity in our professions? #critlib #snaprt #critarch
- Q2. How do short term-funded projects in libs & archives contribute to perpetuation of systemic oppression in the info professions? #critlib #snaprt #critarch
- Q3. How can lib & archives orgs advocate for & mitigate harm to workers? #critlib #snaprt #critarch
- Q4. How can archivists & libs shift the perception of contingent work as necessary? #critlib #snaprt #critarch
- Q5. How can supervisors of early career libs & archivists support new profs re: labor issues? #critlib #snaprt #critarch