Thursday, August 5, 2010

More SALALM 55 (2010) Presos

Motivated by James Neal's tweet and the general e-SALALM vibe at SALALM 55, here by popular demand are some more presentations. This post is being edited as more people send their presentations. Thanks to all who have shared theirs already!

Panel 1: Envisioning and Shaping the Future of Latin American and Area Studies Collections and Research

David Block, University of Texas at Austin:
What’s Paper Doing in the Electronic Library?

James Simon, Center for Research Libraries, Chicago:
The Future of Collaboration in Area Studies Collections and Research

Panel 3: Welcome to the Mad Hatter House: Embeddedness and the Evolving roles of the Latin Americanist Librarians

Marisol Ramos, University of Connecticut, Storrs:
Embedding Latin American Archives into Library Instruction and Practice

Panel 8: Documenting in Times of Adversity, Survival and Hope

Molly Molloy, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces:
Our Daily Massacre ... Thoughts on Preserving the Record of Juárez Homicides, 2008-Present

Lynn Shirey, Harvard University, Cambridge:Chilean Protest Murals

Panel 9: Historias y Contenidos en Revistas Latinoamericanas y Españolas

Marisol Ramos and Michael J. Bennett, University of Connecticut, Storrs:
Mujeres, damas y señoritas: el mundo de las revistas femeninas Españolas del Siglo XIX al alcance de la mano: The Women’s Magazine Digital Collection at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center

Panel 12: Roundtable on Collaborative Collection Development Part 1: A Survey of Collaborative Collecting Models

Moderator: Lynn Shirey, Harvard University, Cambridge:Introduction

Panel 17: Beyond Institutional Borders: Archivists Document Underrepresented Communities

Yesenia López, Puerto Rican Community Archives, Newark Public Library
Organizing Our Communities’ Records: Connecting a Community to Its History

Joan D. Krizack, Northeastern University, Boston
Preserving the History of Boston’s Diversity: Northeastern University’s Project to Document the African American, Chinese, Latino, and GLBT Communities of Boston

Pedro Juan Hernández, Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños,
Hunter College, New York
Becoming Visible: A Profile of the Archives of the Puerto Rican Diaspora at the Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños

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