Southern Miss Student Archivists Talks

Southern Miss Student Archivists Talks


This forum is a showcase of invited talks for scholarship and learning of archives

The Southern Miss Student Archivists (SMSA) is affiliated with the Southern Miss School of Library and Information Science (SLIS).


Submissions from 2024

Processing my first collection-- the Sheila Michaels' papers, Julia A. Sumrall

2024 Spring Talk with the Academy of Certified Archivists, Dara A. Baker and Brian Jirout

Submissions from 2023

Two Alumnae Speak on Navigating Graduate School and Their Professional Lives, Jessica Herr and Mandy Lawrence Hornsby

Digital commons at Memphis: A long and winding road, Gerald Chaudron

What is an archive? From bog mummies to the stars., Jeffery Hirschy

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) in Digital Archives, Lauren Geiger

Submissions from 2022

SMSA Fall 2022 Meeting - Dr. Brendan Fay, Brendan Fay

SMSA Fall 2022 Meeting - Dr. Hirschy Discusses Archival Rules and Standards., Jeffery Hirschy

SMSA Spring 2022 Meeting - David Nolen and Ulysses S. Grant Returns to Mississippi: A Short Review, David Nolen

SMSA Spring 2022 Meeting - Jennifer Brannock and Preservation Efforts with USM's Special Collections, Jennifer Brannock

Submissions from 2021

SMSA Meeting 2 - Fall, 2021 - Tesa L. Burns, Hershey Community Archives, Tesa L. Burns


SMSA Meeting 1 - Fall, 2021 - Dr. Lewis on Archives & Museums, Richard Lewis

Digitization, Elizabeth La Beaud

Submissions from 2020

The Academy of Certified Archivists: From Examination to Professionalization, Collette McDonough

Working in an Archive During Covid-19, Carlie Ann Burkett