Friday, October 21

Collecting Music in the Ukrainian Diaspora” — Patricia Sasser, Furman University

Building a Relationship with the National Museum of African American Music: Vanderbilt University’s Academic Archive Purchasing Fund” — Holling Smith-Borne, Vanderbilt University

Discoverability in the Age of Google: Exploring Efforts to Customize Web-scale Discovery Tools to Support Music Information Seeking Within Academic Music Libraries” — Vivian Buchanan, Florida State University

The New RDA: Inclusive or Exclusive” — Sonia Archer-Capuzzo, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Recruitment: MLA Index and Bibliography Series — Lois Kuyper Rushing, Louisiana State University

Teaching Music Data Management” — Ana Dubnjakovic and Stacy Winchester, University of South Carolina

Finding Aides, LibGuides, & Awesome Tables” — Grover Baker, Middle Tennessee State University

Women Cellists Wanted: Addressing Gender Equity Issues in Archival Representation” — Stacey Krim and Mac Nelson, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Bozza: The Final Journey to Publication” — Lois Kuyper-Rushing, Louisiana State University

Saturday, October 22

Refreshing Our Spaces with New Artwork: Mbira Photographs of Paul Berliner” — Jamie Keesecker, Duke University

Undine Smith Moore’s A Recorded Supplement to Studies in Traditional Harmony: Diverse Music Theory Instruction from a Mid-20th-Century Black Master Teacher” — Peter Shirts, Emory University

Gottfried Galston’s Studienbuch (1912 and 2022)” — Nathalie Hristov and Chris Durman, University of Tennessee-Knoxville