This is the weekly roundup of headlines in and around archives, including some library, museum, digital humanities, and information science things as well. If you see something we’ve missed, please email us!
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Join the #snaprt chat on collaboration between archivists and technologists March 15 at 8:00 pm ET.
Women’s History Month
Learn about Trudy Huskamp Peterson, the first woman to be appointed Acting Archivist of the United States in 1993.
“The Invisibility of Women Archivists: Statistics, Diversity and Privilege” from the Issues and Advocacy Roundtable Blog.
Archives in the News
Discovering a different side of black history in the archives of a black press.
Veteran actor and filmmaker Kamal Haasan says there is a “need to grow a resource of passionate film archivists” in India.
The University of Chicago Archives have recently been in the news over the identification of photographs of Bernie Sanders in their holdings.
From The New York Times, “Bob Dylan’s Secret Archive.”