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Speakers:
• Ashley Krenelka Chase, Stetson University College of Law
• Lindsay Cronk, University of Houston
• Elle...
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spending style
spending priorities
transparency
Ashley Krenelka-Chase
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Lindsay Cronk
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Slide 1 – “Women's lightweight world champion Louise Adler training with boxer Joe Rivers,” 1926. Nation...
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back
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Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back

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Neapolitan Panel at the 2016 Charleston Conference

Ashley Krenelka Chase, Stetson University College of Law
Lindsay Cronk, University of Houston
Ellen Frentzen, Boston University School of Law
Christine Weaver-Pieh, Medina County District Library

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Rolling with the Punches...And Punching Back

  1. 1. welcome Speakers: • Ashley Krenelka Chase, Stetson University College of Law • Lindsay Cronk, University of Houston • Ellen Frentzen, Boston University School of Law • Christine Weaver-Pieh, Medina County District Library Moderator: Bobby Hollandsworth, Clemson University
  2. 2. Photo by ryan_larue - Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License https://www.flickr.com/photos/36840221@N08 Created with Haiku Deck
  3. 3. spending style
  4. 4. spending priorities
  5. 5. transparency
  6. 6. Ashley Krenelka-Chase akrenelk@law.stetson.edu / @akrenelkachase Lindsay Cronk Lacronk@uh.edu / @linds_bot / lindsaythelibrarian.com Ellen Frentzen emric@bu.edu Christine Weaver-Pieh Weaver-pieh@mcdl.info
  7. 7. Image Information Slide 1 – “Women's lightweight world champion Louise Adler training with boxer Joe Rivers,” 1926. National Archives of the Netherlands. Slide 2 – Actress Barbara Stanwick in boxing gloves, 1937, publicity photo for the film Breakfast for Two Side 7 – “Rock ‘em, Sock ‘em Robots,” Ryan_LaLune, Creative Commons Slide 8 – Poster advertising a boxing match at the Canterbury Theatre of Varieties, 1888. British Library, UK. Slide 9 –Eyeful Magazine Cover, undated, pulpcovers.com Slide 10 – Bertha Frances, undated. Harvard University, USA. Slide 11 – Unattributed vintage postcard, retrogasm.tumblr.com, post/112338380857/hard-to-get-with-a-right- hook Slide 12 – “Boxers” by Horace Brodsky, 1919. NYPL Archives. Slide 13 – Elsie Connor was elected as the healthiest Chorus girl on the New York stage, seen with her boxing gloves. USA. Photograph around 1930 (Photo by Austrian Archives (S) Slide 15 - “Bennett sisters [boxing]," between 1910 and 1915. Library of Congress, USA. Special thanks to Pinterest User and Pugilism Enthusiast, Lagerwhat?, for the beautiful and helpful board titled “Boxing in Boxes: The Sweet Science of Archives, Libraries, and Museums” https://www.pinterest.com/lagerwhat/boxing-in-boxes-the-sweet-science-in-archives-libr/

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