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In this episode, Sabrina and I discuss Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz's book Mujerista Theology, specifically looking at chapter 3: "By the Rivers of Babylon: Exile as a Way of Life". Isasi-Diaz takes time to walk her reader through the structure and language of Psalm 137, a Psalm that marks her life journey as one of exile. Exile is not an easy place to liv…
 
Sancta Colloquia Episode 307 ft. Mason Mennenga In this episode Mason Mennenga (@masonmennenga) joins me and we talk about the need for a new theology of sex. As I mention in my introductory thoughts, there’s a need to reevaluate the current and negatively pervasive theology of sex. It’s notable and not farfetched to say that our conceptions of sex…
 
Sancta Colloquia Episode 306 ft. Nicole Perry In this episode, I had a very interesting and engaging conversation with Nicole Perry (@danceNdrama1) about intimacy, vulnerability, body, and relationship. It feels like we touched on all the aspects of what it means to be intimate with another person. Intimacy is such an interesting thing and somethin…
 
A presentation on how to incorporate anti-racist ideas, concepts and actions that can act as a model for anti-oppression library practices. Participants will be able to: explain the concept of anti-racism, identify racist policies, procedures and practices in their library, and apply anti-racist concepts in the library, and critique current library…
 
The Black Caucus of the American Library Association serves as an advocate for the development, promotion, and improvement of library services and resources to the nation’s African American community; and provides leadership for the recruitment and professional development of African American librarians. The Black Caucus of the American Library Ass…
 
Does a job search feel a mystery? Do you ever wonder why job postings are written the way they are, what the qualities of an effective interview may be, and why searches seem to take so long? Join Craig Simpson, director of special collections and archives, and Carli Lowe, university archivist, both from San José State University, as they describe …
 
Sancta Colloquia episode 305 ft. David Justice In this episode I had the privilege of sitting with my friend from my dissertation writing group: David Justice (@DavidtheJust). David explained to me the thrust of his research: MLK Jr, the concept of “Beloved Community” and the constructive and creative power of rage. While we in the west tend to dow…
 
In this session, participants will learn the concept of cultural humility, the difference between cultural competency and cultural humility, the rationale for integrating cultural humility into librarianship, and the several recommendations on how to do so. Access the captioned version of this webcast at https://youtu.be/-kHx2GE19tI…
 
Episode 2: Ch. 1 "A Hispanic Garden in a Foreign Land" In the previous episode of our special project, Sacred Seminary Symposium, the host of Seminary for the Rest of Us (@seminaryshow), Sabrina Reyes-Peters (@_sdrp), and I dove into the short yet significant introduction of Mujerista Theology: A Theology for the Twenty-First Century by Ada Maria I…
 
The zoological profession offers many job opportunities including those in records and information management. This presentation will review in-depth information on the zoological registrar position including how your education and your ICRM certification will streamline the path to a successful career in a wonderful profession dedicated to animal …
 
Sancta Colloquia Episode 304 ft. Kyle Trowbridge In this episode Kyle Trowbridge (@kyletrow) joined me to talk about state violence, Judith Shklar, and Bonhoeffer. The question on Kyle’s mind, which is the background to our conversation, is: “How do we think about political and state violence today?” There is a need for a Church response to the sta…
 
Diversity and equity are fundamental values of librarianship. How can we take these values and make them actionable at our respective organizations? Learn how to create and sustain an equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) committee at your library, including how to set goals, write a charge statement, and strategies that can be used to promote con…
 
Will the next decade of EDI initiatives and research in LIS address what works, rather than what is missing? Social justice requires librarians to transition from simply discussing these values to embedding them through strategic action in a manner that is accessible and reproducible by the average LIS employee. Participants will be introduced to t…
 
Sancta Colloquia Episode 303 ft. W. Travis McMaken If you’ve ever wanted to know all things Baptism, I’ve got you covered. In this episode (and the next one), Dr. W. Travis McMaken joins me to talk about his book The Sign of the Gospel: Toward an Evangelical Doctrine of Infant Baptism after Karl Barth. I have to be honest and point out up front tha…
 
Sancta Colloquia Episode 302 ft. Blake Collier In this episode of Sancta Colloquia, I sat down with horror movie guru, Blake Collier (@LostinOsmosis). And our focus was: Parasite. In a world of eat or be eaten, are humans autonomous like we, Westerners, like to think humans are? The movie Parasite seems to suggest that it’s symbiotic systems of fee…
 
Sancta Colloquia Episode 301 ft. The Rev. Dr. Kate Hanch In this episode of Sancta Colloquia, my first ever guest, Kate Hanch (@katehanch), allowed me to talk with her (again) to celebrate the 3rd season of Sancta Colloquia. What a crazy and wild ride it’s been since we first talked. So much has gone on, so many conversations had, so much has chang…
 
Blockchain is a decentralized, immutable, and cryptographically secure distributed ledger technology (DLT), broadly used to eliminate the need for trust in data transfer. Blockchain technologies are being explored for diverse applications across numerous market sectors—but the application is not without risks. Guided by a moderator, the four paneli…
 
This webinar will discuss the “pocket” economics and history of publishing; participants will learn the advantages of an ISBN, how to buy a stack of ISBNs, and receive guidance about whether print-on-demand or going with a smaller printing house benefits your bottom line. Access the captioned version of this webcast at https://youtu.be/TgZ7qWtQJsA…
 
Libraries are ever-evolving. As the community changes and grows, so does the library. When a pandemic hits, the library must adapt to it, too. Join us for this webcast and learn more about current library issues and trends, including how to handle a crisis like COVID-19. Access the captioned version of this webcast at https://youtu.be/KkDy_CZZkjI…
 
Leadership in the information professions can take on many forms. Join us to learn how Emily Drabinski, critical pedagogy librarian and liaison to the School of Labor and Urban Studies at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, approaches leadership through her service work to the profession and as an advocate for justice movements, organ…
 
Library services to immigrants have historically followed a narrow service provision model that overlooks the broader role of information and libraries in migration. In this presentation, Dr. Ndumu will discuss the cross between libraries, social inclusion, and push/pull migration factors. The presentation will end with two initiatives that are tra…
 
Everyone’s talking about it as a way to de-stress, be more productive, and improve mental health. It’s now a billion-dollar business that includes corporate trainings, apps, products, and online courses… but what actually is mindfulness, anyway? This webinar will examine the recent popularity of mindfulness in Western society, as well as its histor…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of talking with a new twitter friend, Becky Castle Miller. How often do you get to ask the question, “So, do you think Jesus laughed?” Not often. There’s not much out there addressing Jesus and his emotional life. Too often we are presented with an emotionally vapid Christ, one who […]…
 
This is the tale of a podcast that focuses on archivists in conversation with archivists, discussing their work and passions and how they care for the historical record and present the storied past. Hosted by husband and wife archivist team Karen Trivette and Geof Huth. Access the captioned version of this webcast at https://youtu.be/uJqUvGNMDog…
 
Librarians are the gateway for change in our communities, in corporate America, and educational systems. In 2020, our society is still attempting to find ways to include all individuals by fostering the awareness of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). The problem with this notion is many fail to conquer the first step, which is being open-minde…
 
Did you know that there are good entry level (and up) positions in law libraries across the North America? Have you been misinformed that only librarians with a law degree are eligible for positions in law libraries? Are you aware that there are a variety of different types of law libraries and law library jobs available? If you are interested in t…
 
Not all archivists work in a library or academic setting, but they all face similar challenges—lack of necessary staff and resources. In this presentation, you’ll learn how one lone archivist transformed a religious archives in Detroit that had no computerized records, relevant finding aids, inventory of holdings, or open reading room into a respon…
 
Tech librarian and SJSU iSchool alumnus Ryan Gan will share his career journey and insights — how the classes he took, open source software and certifications, and self-driven, small-scale technology projects enabled him to change careers from public library branch manager to systems and technical services librarianship. Learn which iSchool classes…
 
In this episode of Sancta Colloquia, I had a chance to talk shop with my twitter friend and IRL friend: Kait Dugan (@kaitdugan). Having finished Dr. Philip Ziegler’s book, Militant Grace, I was eager to find someone to discuss the core concepts of the book: eschatological-apocalyptic theology. I needed more information, and the first person who […]…
 
Sustainability is now a core value of the profession but what does that actually mean? Get in on the ground floor of one of the most important issues facing our local and global communities with the co-chair of the American Library Association’s Special Task Force on Sustainability. From getting a better understanding of basic concepts such as “sus…
 
The European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect on May 25, 2018. The regulation is designed to protect the privacy rights and freedoms of individuals residing in the EU. However, the regulation is being deemed the new “gold standard” for privacy protection globally. Under GDPR, individuals have specific data subject ri…
 
Organizations that want to implement a new ECM solution or move from one ECM to another often underestimate the resources necessary to not only move but to improve business processes. ECM solutions should be implemented with full knowledge of their capabilities and the objective of improving the way employees work by taking advantage of all the fea…
 
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