“LUNCHEON” SPEAKER: An Archivist's Tale: Live with Kelly Wooten

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2021-04-17

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Married archivists Geof Huth and Karen Trivette began recording episodes of their weekly podcast, An Archivist’s Tale, in February 2018. They have recorded over 100 conversations across many states and in nine countries. To date, all the interviews have been recorded in person; however, this event will be the first episode to be recorded with an audience. Please join in the conversation with Huth and Trivette as they interview Kelly Wooten, Research Services and Collection Development Librarian for the Sallie Bingham Center for Women’s History and Culture, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University. Audience members will have an opportunity to submit questions ahead of time and as many as possible will be addressed at the end of the episode.

In her role as a librarian, Wooten offers reference, instruction, and outreach for women's and LGBTQ history collections, and curates zines, artists’ books by women, and materials documenting modern feminist activism. She is co-editor of Make Your Own History: Documenting Feminist and Queer Activism in the 21st Century.

Huth is the Chief Records Officer and the Chief Law Librarian of the New York State Unified Court System. Associate Professor Trivette is Head of Special Collections and College Archives, Gladys Marcus Library, Fashion Institute of Technology-State University of New York; she is the first incumbent to hold this position and has served in this role since 2008. She holds an MLS with a concentration in Archives and Records Management, University at Albany (NY) and a BA in Art History, UNC-Chapel Hill (NC).

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