- Department Head
- SOAR Grant
- University Libraries, Library Faculty Assembly Grant and Awards Committee, Summer 2017
- Confluencenter Collaboration and Innovation Faculty Grant
- University of Arizona Confluencenter, Spring 2013
- Lois Olsrud Faculty Excellence Award
- UA Libraries, Spring 2012
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- Overall, P. M., Nuñez, A. V., & Reyes-Escudero, V. (2016). Latinos in libraries, museums, and archives: Cultural competence in action! an asset-based approach.. Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield.
- Baldock, M., & Reyes-Escudero, V. (2016). The Archivist Apprenticeship: Partnering with the Knowledge River Program Diversity Initiative. In Case Studies for Academic Librarianship(pp 105-114). ALA Neal-Schuman.
- Elliott, C. M., Feeney, M. E., Kollen, C. E., & Reyes-Escudero, V. (2015). A DH State of Mind: Libraries and the Digital Humanities. In Supporting Digital Humanities for Knowledge Acquisition in Modern Libraries.
- Hook, S. J., & Reyes-Escudero, V. (2009). Librarians Influencing the Literature Core Curriculum. In Teaching Literary Research: Challenges in a Changing Environment(pp 202-215). Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.
- Reyes-Escudero, V., Sanchez, A. R., Wallace, N. A., & Boyer-Kelly, M. N. (2018). Research Practices of Indigenous Studies Scholars at the University of Arizona: An Ithaka S+R Report. Ithaka S+R Libraries & Scholarly Communication Research Report.
- Wong, D., Witzel, A., Wallace, N. A., Toews, J., Sylvester, J., Smith, D., Shim, K., Sanchez, A. R., Reyes-Escudero, V., Petersen, G., Perry, M., Peper, M., Paikai, A., Orozco, R., O'Hara, L., Morris, S. E., Matsuda, S., Macleod, L., Long, K., , Logan, J., et al. (2018). When Research is Relational Supporting the Research Practices of Indigenous Studies Scholars. Ithaka S+R Libraries & Scholarly Communication Research Report.
- Reyes-Escudero, V., & Cox, J. W. (2016). Survey, Understanding, and Ethical Stewardship of Indigenous Collections: A Case Study. Collection Management.
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2014). Incorporating Archives-based Research into the Curriculum: A Collaborative and Outcomes-based Approach. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries: An International Journal of Library and Information Science., 951-960.
- Feeney, M., Kollen, C., & Reyes-Escudero, V. (2011). A Century of Mexican and Mexican American Press: Preserving the Past Online. Microform and Digitization Review, 40(4), pp. 158-167.
- Feeney, M. E., Feeney, M. E., Kollen, C. E., Kollen, C. E., Reyes-Escudero, V., & Reyes-Escudero, V. (2014, August). Historic Mexican and Mexican American Press Collection: Expanding Access to a Different Point of View. In International Federation of Libraries and Associations (IFLA) World Library and Information Congress.
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2006, Spring). Archivos de Escritores México Americanos. In Foro Transfronterizo de Bibliotecas, 272-284.More infoProceedings of the Library Transborder Forum, Chihuahua 2005, "Information without Borders" held in the city of Chihuahua, in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico from 9 to 11 of March 2005, organized by the program of Undergraduate in Library and Information Science, of the Faculty (School) of Philosophy and Letters of the University Autonomous of Chihuahua. [Z.M.M.M, 2007.03.27].Memorias del Foro Transfronterizo de Bibliotecas, Chihuahua 2005, "Información sin Fronteras" celebrado en la ciudad de Chihuahua, en el estado de Chihuahua, México del 9 al 11 de marzo de 2005, organizado el programa de Licenciatura en Ciencias de la Información de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua. [Z.M.M.M., 2007.03.27].
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2019, February). Archives and the Community: Who do we see in the mirror?. PASIG 2019. Colegio de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico.
- Carpenter, C., Clark, B., Estorino, M. R., Reyes-Escudero, V., & Benjamin, D. (2018, August). Leading the Way: Transparency in Archives Management. Society of American Archivists. Washington, D. C.: Society of American Archivists.
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2018, October). Civil Rights, Human Rights, Labor Rights: Farmworkers and Migration in the US Southwest. Oral History Association Annual Meeting. Montreal, Canada.
- Reyes-Escudero, V., Jackson, P., Hussman, S. J., & Estorino, M. R. (2018, June). Seminar - Leadership & Management in Special Collections: You're the Boss. Now What?. Rare Books and Manuscript Section. New Orleans, LA: Association of College and Research Libraries.More infoSponsored by Iowa State University LibraryPanelists will discuss their experiences as department heads covering topics such as personnel management, management styles that work, and considerations for recruitment and retention of staff.Moderator: Verónica Reyes-Escudero, University of Arizona Libraries
- Reyes-Escudero, V., Hyry, T., Jackson, A., Carpenter, C., & Rushing, A. (2017, June). Leadership & Management in Special Collections: Becoming the Boss, the First Three Years and Beyond. Rare Books and Manuscript Section. Iowa City, Iowa: Association of College and Research Libraries.More infoSponsored by Liber Antiquus, Early Printed Books & ManuscriptsThis seminar will provide a learning opportunity for professionals in special collections and archives who are interested in moving into administrative roles or those who have recently moved into these roles and are looking for guidance.The four presenters include those who are relatively new to administration as well as those who have been in a leadership role for many years; they bring different perspectives from their institutions which vary in size. As they talk about leadership challenges and opportunities, among the topics the speakers will address are: adapting to institutional cultures, understanding the parameters of the job in general and specifically the issues of advocacy for special collections, strategic planning, and building community relationships; setting strategic priorities in the early years of one’s tenure; managing change and navigating through conflict. Speakers will share their learning moments– as they work to aligning staffing and mission to a library’s strategic plan.Moderator: Verónica Reyes-Escudero, University of Arizona Libraries
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2016, June). Closing Plenary: WHO DO WE SEE IN THE MIRROR?. Rare Books and Manuscript Section Conference. Miami: ACRL.More infoThis plenary included three speakers. I was invited to serve as organizer and moderator as well as had my own presentation to deliver. Description: (from http://conference16.rbms.info/program/) PLENARY 3: COLLABORATING WITH DIVERSE COMMUNITIESSponsored by: Jarndyce Antiquarian BooksellersOnce communities know about you through outreach efforts, collaborations and partnerships can be created. This plenary session is intended to serve as a venue in which the special collections community can have productive conversations about its potential engagement with a broader range of cultural materials than it might traditionally.Moderator: Verónica Reyes-Escudero, University of Arizona
- Reyes-Escudero, V., & Cox, J. W. (2016, October). A Survey of Tribal Resources in a Southwest Archive. ATALM.
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2015, April). Roundtable - The Documented Border: Collaborative Projects in the Digital Humanities - The Documented Border Archive: Living Archives in Special Collections. Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies (RMCLAS). Tucson, Arizona.More infoThe Documented Border Archive: Living Archives in Special Collections
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2015, April). Workshop - Migrahack: Efforts to Improve Understanding and Bridge Gaps among the Public, NGOs, and Scholars - Partnering with University Libraries: The Migrahack Case. Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies (RMCLAS). Tucson, Arizona.
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2015, October). Technology Committee: Six-Shooters: A digital Frontiers Lightning Round Session - "The Documented Border: Giving Voice to the Silenced". Western History Association (WHA). Portland.
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2015, September). Mexicana & Mexican American Collections at the UA Libraries, Special Collections. UNAM@UA: The History of Mexico at the UA: A Long Collaborative Tradition with UNAM.
- Reyes-Escudero, V., & Feeney, M. (2015, March). "Digital News Databases". Arizona Migrahack. Tucson, Arizona.More infoLearn about news resources available through the University of Arizona Libraries. This workshop will introduce you to newspaper databases such as the Libraries’ Historic Mexican and Mexican American Press Digital Collection, which is freely available online, as well as current and historical access to thousands of newspapers from around the state, country, and world. Trainers: Verónica Reyes-Escudero and Mary Feeney, University of Arizona Libraries. http://justicejournalism.org/events/arizona-migrahack/
- Feeney, M. E., Feeney, M. E., Kollen, C. E., Kollen, C. E., Reyes-Escudero, V., & Reyes-Escudero, V. (2014, August). Historic Mexican and Mexican American Press Collection: Expanding Access to a Different Point of View. International Federation of Libraries and Associations (IFLA) World Library and Information Congress. Lyon, France.
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2013, August). Donor Relations: Building Authentic Relationships.. Society of American Archivists (SAA) & Council of State Archivists (CoSA) Conference for the SAA Acquisitions and Appraisal Section..More infoPanel discussion on working with grieving donors. Archivists and a counselor share experiences and touch upon subjects such as navigating family fighting, maintaining professionalism while still building authentic relationships, and handling mistrust from donors and their families.
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2013, June). Incorporating Archives-Based Research Into the Curriculum: A Collaborative and Outcomes-Based Approach.. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2013).. Rome, Italy..
- Reyes-Escudero, V. (2012, March). Vying for Place in Our Historical Record. Keynote. School of Information Resources and Library Science.
- Reyes-Escudero, V., & Jackson, A. (2012, June). Putting Diversity into Action: Outreach to Donors from Local Cultural Groups.. “FUTURES!” The 53rd Annual RBMS Preconference.. San Diego, CA.
- Feeney, M. E., Kollen, C. E., & Reyes-Escudero, V. (2011, November). Historical Mexican and Mexican-American Press: Imagining the Future by Preseving the Past Online. Arizona State Library Association Conference. Tucson, Arizona: Arizona State Library Association.More infoImagine the future: a century of Mexican and Mexican-American newspapers and magazines digitized and freely-available online for researchers and the community to read. Come hear about how a project at the University of Arizona Libraries has accomplished this! The Historical Mexican and Mexican-American Press project focused on digitizing publications from Tucson, El Paso, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sonora, Mexico, ranging from the mid-1800s through the 1980s. These newspapers and magazines covered important events in Mexican-American history, from the Mexican Revolution to the Bracero Program to the Chicano Movement. The presenters will discuss the origin of the project, selection of the publications for digitization, and challenges experienced during the project. We will also show the digitized newspapers and talk about the impact of making them available online.
- Gonzalez de Bustamante, C., & Reyes-Escudero, V. (2018, forthcoming). Digital Resources: The Documented Border Project. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History.More infoGonzález de Bustamante, Celeste; Reyes-Escudero, Verónica. “Digital Resources: The Documented Border Project.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History. Ed. William Beezley. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.