Speakers

 

Andrew Battista Andrew Battista
Andrew Battista is a Librarian for Geospatial Information Systems at New York University, where he facilitates GIS learning and develops geospatial data collections for the NYU community. He earned a Ph.D. in English Literature in 2011, and since then has taught courses on information literacy, social media, art history, data visualization, and the politics of information.
edited-eileen-clancy Eileen Clancy 

Eileen Clancy conceptualized the NEH-ODH funded project Beyond Citation at the CUNY Graduate Center, where she is an M.A. student in Liberal Studies/Digital Humanities. The project looks at and behind proprietary academic databases to uncover their workings and the provenance of their content. A film and video archivist, she has also been an editor and researcher for sociologist and technology expert Zeynep Tufekci.

Jill Conte Jill Conte
Jill Conte is the Librarian for Sociology, Psychology, and Gender & Sexuality Studies at New York University, where she is responsible for reference, instruction, outreach, and collections in her subject areas. She has a B.A. in biology from Wesleyan University, M.A. in sociology from New York University, and M.S.L.S. from Clarion University of Pennsylvania.
 Jim DelRosso Jim DelRosso
Jim DelRosso is the Digital Projects Coordinator for Cornell University’s Hospitality, Labor, and ManagementLibrary. He manages the ILR School’s open access digital repository, DigitalCommons@ILR, as well as serving as a research and instruction support librarian for the ILR’s Martin P. Catherwood Library.
Emily Drabinksi Emily Drabinski
Emily Drabinski is Coordinator of Library Instruction at Long Island University, Brooklyn. She sits on the board of Radical Teacher, a journal of socialist, feminist, and anti-racist teaching practice, and edits Gender & Sexuality in Information Studies, a book series from Library Juice Press/Litwin Books.
 edited-angela-galvan Angela Galvan
Angela Galvan is Digital Resources and Systems Librarian for the State University of New York, Geneseo. Her research interests include critical algorithm studies, decay in technology/infrastructure, and digital estates.
 Aliqae Geraci Aliqae Geraci
Aliqae Geraci is Coordinator of the Labor and Employment Research Team at Cornell University’s Hospitality, Labor, and Management Library. A former public librarian and union researcher, she is an active member of the Tompkins County Workers’ Center and the co-author of Grassroots Library Advocacy (ALA Publishing, 2012).
Nat Gustafson-Sundell Nat Gustafson-Sundell
Nat Gustafson-Sundell is Collections Librarian for Minnesota State University, Mankato. Lately, his research has focused on building tools which provide functionality new to the library. The tools themselves are the research, but often, they also support research.
Gr Keer Gr Keer
Gr Keer is Online Learning & Outreach Librarian at California State University, East Bay. Their research interests include information ethics, research justice, critical pedagogy, gender in librarianship, and scholarly knowledge creation.
 Shannon Simpson Shannon Simpson

Shannon Simpson is the Student Engagement and Information Fluency Librarian at Johns Hopkins University–with Women, Gender, and Sexuality as her subject area. She has spearheaded an evolving teaching and learning team with fellow librarians to improve library instruction across Hopkins campuses and disciplines. As an active member of initiatives on diversity and inclusion, Shannon strives to incorporate discussions and considerations for underrepresented and historically marginalized groups on campus and in the classroom every day.

Stacie Williams Stacie Williams
Stacie Williams is a contractor for LYRASIS and an adjunct instructor of archives and manuscripts management at the University of Kentucky. Her research interests include bias in information architecture, and ethics of labor in archival work.
Lana Mariko Wood Lana Mariko Wood
Lana Mariko Wood is Health Sciences and Scholarly Communication Librarian at California State University, East Bay. Her research interests include critical food studies, intersectionality, information ethics, and feminist methodologies.