LAUC-B Conference - Reimagining Libraries Through Critical Library Practices
All scheduled dates:
- Tuesday, October 5, 2021 - 9:00am-4:00pm (ended)
- Wednesday, October 6, 2021 - 9:00am-4:00pm (ended)
The Librarian’s Association of the University of California, Berkeley (LAUC-B) invites you to attend the 2021 conference, Reimagining Libraries Through Critical Library Practices, an online conference open to all.
WHEN: Tuesday, October 5, 10 am to 3:30 pm PST and Wednesday, October 6, 10 am to 3 pm PST.
WHERE: This is a virtual event and the conference will be utilizing Zoom as its conference platform.
COST: The event is free to all.
Can't attend synchronously? Then please don't register for the conference! We have another way! Live attendance is capped due to cost constraints necessary to keep the event free, but recordings will be made available to all. If you prefer to engage with the conference via the recordings and want to ensure there are more slots available to those who will attend live, please sign up to receive links when they are available on the UC Berkeley Library YouTube Channel.
Library work is embedded in and inherently tied to socio-political circumstances. The programming in this conference examines librarianship through the lenses of social justice, diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racist work, Black studies, Latinx studies, Indigenous studies, cultural and critical ethnic studies, intersectional feminism, critical disability studies, postcolonial and decolonial studies, and queer interventions in digital studies.
The LAUC-B Conference's branding and visual language was developed by designer Sarah Chieko Bonnickson.
Sarah Chieko Bonnickson is an inquisitive creative interested in questioning and blurring arbitrary boundaries between disciplines. Recently, she has been interested in performing practices of documentation from fields such as history, archeology, biology, and botany to explore the biases, expectations, assumptions that those fields bring to their respective views of the world. Her research-based practice builds upon a longstanding interest in reframing and recontextualizing common, everyday objects or subjects to disrupt hierarchies of value embedded in cultural norms. Sarah holds an MFA in Design from California College of the Arts, a BA in Rhetoric from UC Berkeley, and draws from a wide range of ever-growing interests and experiences to develop ideas and create work.