by Armin Siedlecki
The role of women in the the production of early printed books is often overlooked, but many printing presses in the sixteenth century were owned and operated by women and it was fairly common for a woman to continue the operation of a press after the death of her husband. The development of printing arguably had a greater impact on social and cultural change than any other industry during the Renaissance and Reformation and women played an important role in this central aspect of the sixteenth-century economy.
by Robert Presutti and Lisa Gonzalez
Following an unconference format, several participants will give brief presentations on their most difficult current or recent tech problem, including how they are working around it or think they might solve it. Participants will be encouraged to collaborate on solving the problem and share advice... etc. Suggestions for talks will be solicited before hand, and examples provided based on particular applications or use cases, if necessary, to encourage participation by a range of people. A short business meeting for ETIG will be held at the end of the session.
by James Darlack, Tracy Powell Iwaskow and Karl Stutzman
What role does the library play in offering services to alums, and how does this role intersect with the offerings of other units in the theological institution? This panel will describe resources and services as they are offered at 3 different types of theological institutions. The session will begin with a brief business meeting for the Public Services Interest Group.
17th–22nd June 2014