Meet Members of the CRTc East Atlantic Region
This exciting episode is co hosted by one of the CRTc’s founding members, Dr. Alice Corble, who leads the collective’s recently formed East Atlantic Region (previously referenced as the UK). Alice and Tony connected with some of the CRTC’s newer members who are part of the East Atlantic Region. The episode also features CRTc founding member and well respected Knowledge and Library Services Manager, Natasha Howard.
Not only does this discussion include interesting anecdotes about the community members, it also delivers aspirational and inspirational insights on topics related to colonization, racial justice as well as critical race theory. There is an intellectual wealth and depth of critical cultural consciousness, which the East Atlantic community members bring to their work and passions.This intriguing conversation also includes mentions of upcoming CRTc engagements. This is the first of a two part episode; part two will be released in late Fall of 2023.
Featured in this episode
Alice Corble (co host / CRTc founding member) – Academic Services in Learning and Teaching Support Supervisor at University of Sussex Library (Brighton, UK),
Natasha Howard ( CRTc founding member) – Knowledge and Library Services Manager & Joint Chair of the Ethnic Minority Network at North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT) in the UK
Alison Hicks (CRTc newer member) – Programme Director of Library and Information Studies in the Department of Information Studies (University College London) and respected qualitative information literacy researcher.
Fezile Sibanda – (CRTc newer member) – Doctoral researcher in Education at the University of Sussex, UK focusing on race and higher education.
Naomi Smith (CRTc newer member) – Subject librarian (critical) information literacy at the University of West London and emerging Race & Resistance Scholar and digital influencer advocating for Critical Racial Justice in the Library and Technology sectors.
Marilyn Clarke (CRTc newer member) – Director of Library Services in 2020. She currently works at IALS – Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, the national research library for Law
* Marilyn was not available to join the discussion but will join the discussion for part 2.