Weekly Whaaa…?

This week was :clap: :clap: :clap: #CLAPS2016, more formally known as the Critical Librarianship and Pedagogy Symposium at the University of Arizona in Tucson. It was fantastic meeting in person with folks I’ve conversed with online.

I’m still mentally processing all of the different sessions, so here’s a couple links for the moment:

In lieu of a more full write-up, here’s some photos!

Dualisms for practice and theory #claps2016 pic.twitter.com/11e4fPsMy5

— madison (@beastlibrarian) February 25, 2016

It’s David James Hudson during his keynote—you can watch the video here!

Bell hooks on "theory" without its name #claps2016 pic.twitter.com/D4kNflnsVT

— madison (@beastlibrarian) February 25, 2016

Another great slide (of bell hooks on “theory” when it’s not named as such) from David’s keynote.

Lightning talk by @kellymce on language justice #claps2016 pic.twitter.com/1fx9X7QC0H

— Nicole Pagowsky (@nope4evr) February 26, 2016

This shot of Kelly McElroy also shows the lovely space at MOCA for the second day.

#claps2016 memories @beastlibrarian @oksveta @CUDJOE70 @kevinseeber @foureyedsoul @davehudson123 @JessicaCritten pic.twitter.com/yPKlE5ToMf

— Ian Beilin (@ibeilin) February 28, 2016

Rogues at The Congress #claps2016 pic.twitter.com/1AjPWTMHKB

— cudjoe70 (@CUDJOE70) February 27, 2016