Schreiner, Maggie. Exhibition Review of Hope Wanted: New York City Under Quarantine, New-York Historical Society. The Public Historian 43 (May 2021): 119-123. Download a PDF.
Descartes, Jan, Jen Hoyer, Michele Hardesty, Maggie Schreiner, and Brooke Shulman. (October 2020). “Anti-fascism in the Archive: Interference Archive’s Collaboration with no. NOT EVER.” Radical History Review 138, 179–191.
Schreiner, Maggie. (2019). “Building Activist Capacity Through Memory Work” in City Amplified: Oral Histories and Radical Archiving (ed. Allison Guess and Prithi Kanakamedala). New York: Center for the Humanities, CUNY Grad Center. Available online.
Milbrodt, Natalie and Maggie Schreiner. (2018). “Digitizing Memories and Teaching Digital Literacy in Queens, NY,” in Personal Digital Archiving for Librarians, Archivists, and Information Professionals (ed. Brianna Marshall). Chicago: American Library Association.
Catchpole, Caroline, Maggie Schreiner and Sarah Quick. (2016). “Culture in Transit Toolkit,” Metropolitan New York Library Council. Online Publication.
Schreiner, Maggie, and Claro de los Reyes. (2016). “Social Practice Artists in the Archive: Collaborative Strategies for Documentation,” Urban Library Journal, 22 (2). Download a PDF.
Schreiner, Maggie. (2014). “’Less Rent, More Control’: Creating an Accessible Archive for New York City’s Oldest Tenants Union,” in Informed Agitation: Library and Information Skills in Social Justice Movements and Beyond (ed. Melissa Morrone). Sacramento: Library Juice Press. Download a PDF.
Selected Blog Posts
Gotham: A Blog for Scholars of New York City History
Haitian Refugees, ACT UP New York, and the Transnational Dimensions of Local Organizing for AIDS Housing (April 2023)
Brooklyn Historical Society
Announcing the Launch of the BHS Map Portal! (July 2020)
Caring for Brooklyn’s Digital History (November 2019)
Newly Digitized Historic Video Now Available (August 2019)
Increasing Access to Vertical Files (February 2019)
Sustainability at Interference Archive (August 2018)
Bloggers! The Blog of SAA’s Electronic Records Section
Establishing a Born-Digital Records Program at Brooklyn Historical Society (March 2020)
Teaching Personal Digital Archiving through Community Digitization (February 2018)
Culture in Transit Project
Teaching DPLA (May 2016)
Facilitating Born-Digital Donations from Cell Phones (March 2016)
Local History with the Urban Memory Project (February 2016)
Documenting Lunar New Year (February 2016)
Preparing for an ESDN Metadata Harvest (January 2016)
Training for Small-Scale Digitization Projects (January 2016)
Moving Towards Interactive Community Events (November 2015)
Connecting Queens Memory and Personal Digital Archiving (September 2015)
Culture in Transit: Preserving Community History Across Queens (June 2015)
The Back Table: Archives and Special Collections at NYU
Archival Management for Serials Collections (January 2015)
Researching Greenwich Village History
An Army of Lovers Cannot Lose: The Occupation of NYU’s Weinstein Hall (December 2011)
THATCamp Philly – Learning Digital Tools for Greenwich Village History (October 2011)