SLU Faculty/Staff May College 2022
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Stickerkitty research blog
- Blog started in 2008 as .com (thanks to Amy Hauber for help with original set up) and migrated with new features to .org in 2021 (thanks to Sarah Knobel); 387 posts published as of 5.20.22
- Plugged (catalogued digital archives + uncatalogued Flickr sites – see below)
- Gallery (images that feed from Stickerkitty’s collection on Flickr)
- Readings + I.W.W. “Stickerettes” Bibliography
- Miscellany (C.V./Contact; DO SOMETHING [OBEY]; Les Chats)
- Multiple links on the right column grouped by artists, themes, countries)
- Posts about Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.) “stickerettes” or “silent agitators” (1910s-present)
- Posts about Adding images of I.W.W. “stickerettes” to Wikipedia pages
- Posts about Featured artists (Avram Finkelstein and Gran Fury; Slavers of New York; SHE SLAPS artists)
- Posts about teaching with street stickers (Brook Henkel Intermediate German 103 2017-2020; Marina Llorente Español 439: Literatura, cine y cultura de masas en la España contemporánea in 2012 and 2014)
- Posts about traveling exhibitions: Re-Writing the Streets: The International Language of Stickers; SHE SLAPS!: Stickers by Female Artists from Around the World; Paper Bullets: 100 Years of Political Stickers from Around the World – the expanded version
Blog posts led to other publishing opportunities, etc.
- “Street Art Stickers as Subversive Visual Discourse.” Unframing the Visual: Visual Literacy Pedagogy in Academic Libraries and Information Spaces, edited by Maggie Murphy, Stephanie Beene, Katie Greer, Sara Schumacher, and Dana Statton Thompson, Association of College & Research Libraries Press, 2023 (forthcoming). Print.
- Contributor to IWW Materials Preservation Project, curated by DJ Alperovitz, 2022 ongoing. Web.
- “Catherine Tedford.” The Social Movement Archive, edited by Jen Hoyer and Nora Almeida, Litwin Books, 2021. Print.
- “Silent Agitators: Sociopolitical Stickers from the Industrial Workers of the World” and “FC St. Pauli” in Stickers, Volume 2: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art (a.k.a. More Stuck-Up Crap), edited by DB Burkeman, Rizzoli, 2019. Print.
- Silent Agitators: Early Stickerettes from the Industrial Workers of the World.” Signal: A Journal of International Political Graphics & Culture. Volume 6 (February 2018). PM Press. Print.
- Street Art Graphics in Artstor + Sticky art: The Street Art Graphics collection (Artstor Blog)
- Street Art Graphics in Jstor + Nine Black Cat Stickers (Jstor Daily)
- Microcosms: Sacred Plants of the Americas (in collaboration with Jill Pflugheber, Biology, and Steven White, Modern Languages, retired)
- Stickerkitty’s Collection in Flickr (scans of stickers grouped in albums by date and geographic location and/or source)
- Stickerkitty’s Map (born digital photographs); looking for new platform to map images.
Independent student research projects
- People’s History Archive (in collaboration with John Collins, Global Studies, and Weave News)