Saturday July 23rd 2016

News

Request to Remove Library of Congress Classification Amendment

SALALM joins the American Library Association (ALA) in respectfully urging the House Appropriations Committee to remove the “Library of Congress Classification” Amendment from [Read More]

Meet the 2016 SALALM Conference Scholarship Winners: Lara Aase

Lara Aase will complete her MLIS at the University of Washington Information School in June 2016, with a focus on Ibero-American digital humanities, archives/special collections, and library [Read More]

Meet the 2016 SALALM Conference Scholarship Winners: Daniel Arbino

Daniel Arbino is a graduate student at the University of Arizona’s iSchool pursuing a Master’s in Library and Information Science. He is a member of the Knowledge River, a program that [Read More]

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SALALM Speaks

Interview with SALALM Scholarship Awardee: Nelson Santana

Nelson Santana was awarded the SALALM Scholarship in 2013.  At the time, Nelson was a MLS candidate at Drexel University, specializing in Archival Science.  He was working as assistant librarian / assistant archivist in the Dominican Archives and Library, at the CUNY Dominican Studies [Read More]

Messages

SALALM’s LXI Annual Meeting is fast approaching!

Dear colleagues, Our annual meeting is very close to being completely programed! Keep registering and don’t forget to reserve your hotel room. [Read More]

First Presidential Message – SALALM LXI

Dear colleagues, Several months have passed since our 60th annual conference in Princeton in which our Past President Luis González and Fernando [Read More]

OAS Congratulates SALALM on its 60th Anniversary

SALALM is very appreciative of Ambassador Albert R. Ramdin, Assistant Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), for his [Read More]

In Case You Missed It

ICYMI: July 11-17

Spanish Archive Raises Franco-Era Ghosts and Shadows of a New Chasm | NY Times Monday marks 80 years since the uprising led by Gen. Francisco Franco plunged Spain into civil war. But Pere Bartolomé, 93, says he can still remember the day Franco’s soldiers ransacked his village, confiscating [Read More]

Job & Internship Opportunities

Associate Director for Communications and Program Development – John Carter Brown Library

Associate Director for Communications and Program Development – John Carter Brown Library The John Carter Brown Library is an independently administered and funded center for research in [Read More]

George S. Parker II ’51 Curator of Maps and Prints – John Carter Brown Library

George S. Parker II ’51 Curator of Maps and Prints – John Carter Brown Library The John Carter Brown Library has one of the world’s most important collections of maps and atlases related to [Read More]

Curator of European Books – John Carter Brown Library

Curator of European Books – John Carter Brown Library The John Carter Brown Library has one of the world’s most important collections of books related to the history of the Americas across [Read More]