Friday May 25th 2018


SALALM 63 Travel Attendance Scholarship

The SALALM Travel Attendance Scholarship Subcommittee is pleased to announce the 2018 awardees, who will attend SALALM 62 in Mexico City. We received a record number of applications for this year’s [Read More]

In Memoriam Prof. Carl Deal

In Memoriam Prof. Carl Deal   Dr. Antonio Sotomayor Assistant Professor and Librarian of Latin American and Caribbean Studies September 2017   Emeritus Professor Carl Deal, the first [Read More]

Rachel Schneiderman

A strong linguist, Rachel Schneiderman was active in SALALM and at UF Libraries in a number of capacities ; she was a warm and caring person ; a delightful and pleasant individual, Rachel bonded with [Read More]



Interview with SALALM Scholarship Awardee: Hanni Nabahe

How did you find out about the SALALM Scholarship? I first heard about SALALM from Alda Allina Migoni, who had been a recipient of the scholarship. She encouraged me and gave me tips on the process. Did you know about SALALM before you applied for the scholarship? I had heard that another Knowledge [Read More]


Second Presidential Message – SALALM 63

I hope the New Year finds everyone reinvigorated and ready to submit proposals for our 63rd annual meeting, hosted by Biblioteca Daniel Cosío [Read More]

First Presidential Message – SALALM 63

Greetings from New Mexico on this Day of Indigenous Resistance. I hope this message finds you well, but I know many are struggling with natural and [Read More]

Message from the Secretariat August 8, 2017

Message from the Secretariat August 8, 2017 Hello to all from the sweltering heat of New Orleans. Thank goodness for mint juleps! Following the [Read More]

In Case You Missed It

ICYMI: March 2018

Repensar México | El País La necesidad de terminar con la desigualdad, la corrupción y la violencia marcan la campaña presidencial, que arranca este viernes bajo el signo de la indignación y el recambio generacional. Varios libros ahondan en el desencanto crónico de un país con un Estado [Read More]

Job & Internship Opportunities

Archivist (Latino History & Culture)

Overview Open & closing dates” 03/30/2018 to 04/20/2018 Salary: $68,036 to $88,450 per year Pay scale & grade: GS 11 Work schedule: Full-Time – Full-Time, Permanent Appointment [Read More]

Arabic-Hebrew Cataloger – Ohio State University

Arabic/Hebrew Cataloger (Library Associate 1) Description: This position is responsible for cataloging materials—primarily in Arabic, in addition to other languages of the Middle East, and [Read More]

Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Chief Librarian and Archivist

The Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños/Center for Puerto Rican Studies is a university-based research institute, housed at Hunter College, whose mission consists of two components. One is to [Read More]