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Archival MaterialWhat is the Disability Archives Lab?(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2023-05-19)Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks, episode 560. Features interview with Gracen Brilmyer, Assistant Professor in the School of Information Studies at McGill University and Director of the Disability Archives Lab.
Archival MaterialThe Toolkit for Confronting White Nationalism in Libraries(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2023-05-12)Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks, episode 559. Features interview with Lindsay Schubiner of the Western States Center, discussing their newly published Toolkit for Confronting White Nationalism in Libraries.
Archival MaterialThis is a Fine Romance Novel(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2023-05-05)Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks, episode 558. Features interview with Tatianna Richardson, author of the new romance novel "The Build Up", speaking about how she fell in love with the romance genre and the importance of representation and diversity in genre literature.
Archival MaterialUnder the Media Bridge(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2023-04-28)Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks, episode 557. Features interview with Yanni Loukissas of Georgia Tech’s School of Literature, Media, and Communication, and Library Communications Manager Jason Wright, discussing the media installation at the Georgia Tech Library, and how instructors have used the media bridge as a component of their class.
Archival MaterialWho are the Book Jackets?(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2023-04-21)Interview portion of Lost in the Stacks, episode 556. Features interview with Jordan Kopcha, Georgia Tech student and the executive director of the student book club, the Book Jackets.