Tuesday January 24th 2017

News

Juan Gelman Papers, 1927-2014 at Princeton University Library

The Princeton University Library’s Manuscripts Division has recently added the papers of the poet, translator and journalist Juan Gelman (1930-2014) to its premier collection of archives, [Read More]

SALALMISTAS in the news.

Holly Ackerman, Librarian for Latin American, Iberian and Latino Studies at Duke University, recently wrote a book chapter titled “Post-17D and Processes of Cuban National [Read More]

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]

Archives

SALALM Speaks

Interview with SALALM Scholarship Awardee: Emma Whittington

How did you find out about the SALALM Scholarship? I first heard about the SALALM scholarship through the UT iSchool’s listerserv, where a Dean had sent the announcement. I was also reminded by various colleagues at the library where I work. Did you know about SALALM before you applied for [Read More]

Messages

SALALM 62 – Mensaje presidencial 3

Queridos SALALMer@s, El tiempo parece que vuela más rápido en diciembre por ser mes de celebraciones, regalos y reuniones con nuestros compañeros [Read More]

SALALM 62 – Presidential Message 2

Dear members, I had a lovely time during my site visit at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in mid-September. Since I arrived early, Barbara [Read More]

SALALM 62 – Presidential Message 1

Dear members, It has now been a few months since I’ve seen your smiling faces in Charlottesville. I would like to once again thank Paloma [Read More]

In Case You Missed It

ICYMI: Hangover after the election edition

Dear all, Thank you so much for reading this page and your continuing support. As the title suggests, I haven’t recovered from last week’s news. For that reason, this edition does not include any political news. Additionally, this will the last post of 2016. Thanks so much to all of you [Read More]

Job & Internship Opportunities

Research & Instruction Librarian, The Latin American Library, Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library

DescriptionHoward-Tilton Memorial Library invites applications for the position of Research and Instruction Librarian at the Latin American Library. The library seeks to build its professional staff [Read More]

Cuban Heritage Coordinator (Library Coordinator 2)

JOB NO:498985 WORK TYPE:Staff Full-Time LOCATION:Main Campus (Gainesville, FL) CATEGORIES:Library/Physical/Social Science DEPARTMENT:55070200 – LB-LATIN AMERICAN COLLECTION CLASSIFICATION [Read More]

Cuban Heritage Coordinator (Library Coordinator 2)

RESPONSIBILITIES Project Coordination Seeks out, documents, and maintains authoritative bibliographical data about holdings related to Cuban history and culture, establishing authoritative master [Read More]