A CALL FOR PAPERS ON 19TH-CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHY

The Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies (JCAS) announces a call for submissions on the topic of 19th-century photography collections and techniques. Working in collaboration with New England Archivists, the JCAS will select submissions for a special issue to be published online in conjunction with the NEA Fall 2015 Meeting focusing on 19th-century photography to be held in Providence, Rhode Island, on November 7, 2015.

Authors should submit original works of recent research on:

  • the history of 19th-century photography collections
  • management and descriptive projects involving these materials
  • the use of 19th-century photo collections by researchers, artists, and staff in interesting projects and performances.

Original works by students, archivists, librarians, researchers, and artists will be accepted and reviewed according to the parameters set by the JCAS. See the JCAS website for criteria guidelines and information on the submission process. For more information, visit the Fall 2015 NEA Meeting page.

DEADLINES:

August 31: Submissions due | peer reviews begin
September 15: Peer review ends | revisions begin
October 15: Revisions end
November 7: Publication and NEA Fall 2015 Meeting

Upcoming events

2015-09-12 9:00 AM • Simmons College, Boston, MA
2015-10-22 9:00 AM • Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
2015-11-07 8:30 AM • AS220 Art Studios and Providence Public Library | Providence, Rhode Island
2015-11-07 1:00 PM • AS220 Art Studios and Providence Public Library | Providence, Rhode Island
2016-03-31 • By the Bay Conference Center, Portland, ME



Inclusion & Diversity Statement

At the beginning of 2014, the New England Archivists (NEA) Board began working on an inclusion and diversity statement for the organization.  After receiving valuable feedback from membership, the NEA Board approved the statement that resonated most with NEA members.  The Board is pleased to announce NEA's Inclusion and Diversity Statement:

NEA supports inclusion and diversity as core values in achieving its mission. NEA is committed to building and maintaining an inclusive environment where differences of opinion, beliefs, and values are sought, listened to, respected, and valued. Through inclusion, NEA is dedicated to expanding membership, participation, and leadership that reflect the broad diversity of New England.

The Board recognizes that this statement is a living document and will continue to ask for member feedback as the organization moves forward in its inclusion and diversity efforts.  We would like to thank our membership for helping NEA develop this important initiative.  For more information, please visit (link to press release).  For more information on NEA's inclusion and diversity initiative, please visit:  http://newenglandarchivists.org/diversity.

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