The PDF of the program may be downloaded here: SALALM Conference Program

SALALM LIX Conference Schedule
Salt Lake City, Utah
May 10-14, 2014

SATURDAY, MAY 10
8:00-5:00 Registration

8:30-10:30 ARL Latin American Research

Resources Project (LARRP)

10:30-11:30 New Member Orientation

11:30-1:00 Lunch

1-3pm Regional Group Meetings
CALAFIA
LANE
LASER
MOLLAS

3:00-4:00 Committee Meetings & Affinity Groups
Librarian/Bookdealer/Publisher Meeting
Ibero-American Studies in SALALM (ISiS)
Cataloging and Bibliographic Technologies
Academic Latino/a Zone of Action and Research (ALZAR)

4:00-5:00 Committee Meetings
Interlibrary Cooperation
Nominating
Constitution & Bylaws
Medina Award

5:00-6:00 Welcome Happy Hour for New Members & ENLACE Becarios

7:30-9:30 Latin American Microforms Project (LAMP)

SUNDAY, MAY 11
8:00-5:00 Registration

8:30 Meet in Lobby to walk to Choir Broadcast

9:00-10:00 Mormon Tabernacle Choir Broadcast

10:30-11:30 Committee Meetings
Marginalized Peoples & Ideas
Electronic Resources
Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI)
Cuban Bibliography

11:30-1:00 Committee Meetings
Reference and Bibliographic Instruction Services
Finance #1 (Finance #2 Tues., May 13, 7:00-8:00)
Libreros

1:00-2:30 Lunch

2:30-6:00 Libreros/Librarians Consultations

2:30-3:30 Committee Meetings
Communications
ENLACE
Audio Visual/Media

3:30-4:30 Committee Meetings
Editorial Board
Membership
Serials
Policy, Research & Investigation (PRI)

4:30-6:30 Executive Board #1 (EB #2 Wed., May 14, 3:30-5:00)
Rapporteur: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia

8:00-10:00 Discussion: SALALM and the Program for Latin American Libraries and Archives

MONDAY, MAY 12
8:00-12:00 Registration Conference

8:30-9:00 Opening Session
Rapporteur: Molly E. Molloy, New Mexico State University
Roberto C. DelgadilloSALALM President 2013-14, University of California, Davis
Jennifer F. Paustenbaugh University Librarian, Brigham Young University
John B. WrightLocal Arrangements Chair, Brigham Young University

José Toribio Medina Award presented by Roberto C. Delgadillo

9:00-10:00 Opening Keynote Address
Lynn Turner, FamilySearch
FamilySearch’s Latin American Records Collection: Past, Present, and Future

Introduction: Roberto C. Delgadillo, University of California, Davis
Rapporteur: Molly E. Molloy, New Mexico State University

10:00-10:30 Book Exhibits Opening Reception
Coffee Break

10:30-12:00 Panel 1 – Roda Viva I: Emerging Trends and Practices
Moderator: Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder
Rapporteur: Nathalie Soini, Queen’s University

- Antonio Sotomayor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Opening the Vault of Eighteenth Century Andean History: A Portal to the Conde de Montemar Letters at the University of Illinois’ Library (1761-1799)
- Betsaida M. Reyes, University of Kansas
The Value of Family Ties: How Mentorship Relations Can Help You Succeed in Your Career
- Christine Hernández, Tulane University
The Latin American Library’s Special Collections in Digital
- D. Ryan Lynch, Knox College
Looking for an Opening: The Role (or Lack Thereof) of Librarians in Knox College’s First-Year Seminars
- Bronwen Maxson, Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP5
Things I Learned During the Novela Mundial Digitization Project
- Jill E. Baron, Dartmouth College
Portuguese-Language Films at Dartmouth (PLFD) Guide: A Digital Learning and Discovery Tool
- Sara Levinson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
What Do I Do Now? Strategies for Providing Access to Library Materials inLanguages You Don’t Know

10:30-12:00 Panel 2 – Mapping and Visualizing Collections for Local Histories and a Genealogical Case Study
Moderator: Georgette Dorn, Library of Congress
Rapporteur: David Dressing, University of Notre Dame

- Rhonda Neugebauer, University of California, Riverside & Shonn M. Haren, University of California, Riverside
Collection Mapping and Data Visualization as Tools for Collection Development and Collection Assessment: The Latin American Studies Collection at the University of California, Riverside
- Paul S. Losch, University of Florida
The Panama Canal Museum Collection at the University of Florida
- Judith Toppin, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus
Linkages, Lineage, and Kinship in the Anglo-Caribbean Family Experience: A Genealogical Case Study

10:30-12:00 Panel 3 – The Family in Cuban History and Culture
Moderator: Rafael E. Tarragó, University of Minnesota
Rapporteur: Theresa E. Polk, University of Maryland, College Park,graduate student

- Rafael E. Tarragó, University of Minnesota
From the Colony to the Republic: Bibliographic Notes on Entrepreneurial Dynasties in Cuba
- Meiyolet Méndez, University of Miami
Ties That Bind: The Fernando Fernández-Cavada Papers at the Cuban Heritage Collection
- Martha E. Mantilla, University of Pittsburgh
My Intriguing Encounter with Julio Elizalde’s Manuscripts: The Case of a Micro-Family History of a Cuban in Exile

12:00-1:15 Lunch

1:15 Load onto Buses

1:30-2:30 Trip to Brigham Young University

2:45-4:15 Panel 4 – The Latin American Family and Community: Depictions and Representations
Moderator: Mark L. Grover, Brigham Young University, retired
Rapporteur: Gabriella Reznowski, Washington State University

- Doug Weatherford, Brigham Young University
Populating the Margins: The Struggles of Families and Communities in The Milk of Sorrow by Claudia Llosa
- Rex Nielson, Brigham Young University
Socially Rooted Authoritarianism in Lygia Fagundes Telles’ As Meninas

Library Tour/Special Collections Presentation

4:30-5:30 Host Reception, Assembly Hall Hinckley Center

5:45-6:45 Travel to Park City

6:45-9:30 Park City for no-host dinner

9:30 Buses depart from Park City to hotel

TUESDAY, MAY 13
7:00-8:00 Finance Committee Meeting #2

8:00-5:00 Registration

8:00-5:00 Book Exhibits

8:00-9:30 Panel 5 — Ebooks en Español: New Developments
Moderator: Adán Griego, Stanford University
Rapporteur: Virginia García, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos

- Kathryn Paoletti, Casalini libri
- Lluis Claret, Digitalia
- Leslie Lees, e-libro/ebrary
- Fernando Genovart, Librería García Cambeiro
- Frank Smith, JSTOR

8:00-9:30 Panel 6 – Cataloging, Bibliographic Control and Library Services
Moderator: Daniel Schoorl, HAPI
Rapporteur: Meiyolet Méndez, University of Miami

- Brenda Salem, University of Pittsburgh
Finding Your History in the Library Catalog: How Subject Analysis Can Improve Access to Family and Local Histories
- Timothy A. Thompson, University of Miami & Mairelys Lemus-Rojas, University of Miami
Bringing Cuban Theater Collections to Wikipedia with the RAMP (Remixing Archival Metadata Project) Editor
- John B. Wright, Brigham Young University
What’s in a Name: Families as Creators

8:00-9:30 Panel 7 – What We Talk About, When We Talk About “Familia”
Moderator: D. Ryan Lynch, Knox College
Rapporteur: Jennifer Osorio, University of California, Los Angeles

- Sócrates Silva, University of California, Santa Barbara
La Familia: Documenting LGBTQ Student Networksin Higher Education
- Michael Scott, Georgetown University
Contad@s: Data Sources on LGBT-Headed Families in Latin America
- Melissa Gasparotto, Rutgers University
Uncovering the US Latina Lesbian Genealogy

9:30-10:00 Coffee Break

10:00-11:30 Panel 8 – Professional Development Outside of SALALM
Moderator: Adán Griego, Stanford University
Rapporteur: Anne Barnhart, University of West Georgia

- Adán Griego, Stanford University
Involvement with ALA & Attending International Book Fairs
- Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder
Participation at International Library Conferences
- Orchid Mazurkiewicz, HAPI
Indexing for HAPI and MLA

10:00-11:30 Panel 9 – Documenting and Defining: The Role of Documentary Projects in Helping Communities Define Themselves
Moderator: D. Ryan Lynch, Knox College
Rapporteur: David Woken, University of Oregon

- Eduardo A. Ortiz, Utah State University Cache Valley Utah
Latino Voices and HistoryFahina Tavake-Pasi, National Tongan American Society Pacific Islanders: Our Past, Key to a Healthier Future
- Leslie G. Kelen, Center for Documentary Expression and Art
Documentary and Ethnic Identity: Challenges and Possibilities
- D. Ryan Lynch, Knox College
Strange Bedfellows: How a Science Museum, a State Agency,and Local Organizers Made It Possible to Re-Write Rochester, New York’s History

10:00-11:30 Panel 10 – The Other Latin@s: The Dominican and Puerto Rican Experience–Collections and Resources
Moderator: Jennifer Osorio, University of California, Los Angeles
Rapporteur: Christine Hernández, Tulane University

- Sarah Aponte, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Archives & The City College of New York Libraries
The Building of an Academic Dominican Library: Impact at the Local Level and Beyond
- Nelson Santana, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Archives & The City College of New York Libraries
Introduction to the Intellectual History of Dominican Migration in the United States
- María del Mar González-González, University of Utah, post-doctoral fellow
Identity Politics and Puerto Rican Visual Resources: Notes from the Field

11:30-1:30 No-Host Lunches

1:30-3:00 Town Hall Meeting
Rapporteur: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia

3:00-4:30 Panel 11 – Roda Viva II: Even More Emerging Trends and Practices
Moderator: Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder
Rapporteur: Melissa Gasparotto, Rutgers University

- Paula Covington, Vanderbilt University
Latin American Digital Projects: Student, Faculty and Library Collaborations at Vanderbilt University
- Anne Barnhart, University of West Georgia
Because Learning Is Not Just for Students: Information Literacy for Faculty
- Sarah Buck Kachaluba, Florida State University
Follow Up to “From Dumb Assessment to Smart Assessment”: Adaptions for FSU Libraries
- Suzanne M. Schadl, University of New Mexico
Tagging ASARO: A UNM Experiment in Crowd-Sourcing and Collection Development
- Daisy V. Domínguez, The City College of New York Libraries (CUNY)
Teach With Music
- Molly E. Molloy, New Mexico State University
The Femicide Fallacy
- Barbara Alvarez, University of Michigan
Don Quixote in English: A Chronology: A Digital Humanities Project for the Classroom

3:00-4:30 Panel 12 – Families across Borders: Unique Collections and Special Projects Linking South Westerners with Latin Americans
Moderator: Wendy Pedersen, University of New Mexico
Rapporteur: Michael Scott, Georgetown University

- Paulita Aguilar, University of New Mexico
Cultural Connections between A Zapotecan Village, Teotitlan del Valle, and New Mexico Pueblos: Imagined or Real?
- Claire-Lise Bénaud, University of New Mexico
Ordinary Images: Appreciating Photographs of Children in a Pictorial Archive
- Suzanne M. Schadl, University of New Mexico Michael Hoopes, University of New Mexico
All in the Family: Special Collections Digitally Born

3:00-4:30 Panel 13 – Identidades y Voces Múltiples Desde México y América Central
Moderator: Wendy Griffin, formerly at Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán (UPNFM) and www.hondurasweekly.com
Rapporteur: Sócrates Silva, University of California, Santa Barbara

- Nora Domínguez Rodríguez, Instituto Centroamericano de Estudios Sociales y Desarrollo (INCEDES) e Instituto Guatemalteco Americano (IGA) & Rosa Elvira Cedillo Villar, Instituto Nacional para la Evaluación de la Educación, México
Los Migrantes que se Van, las Familias que se Quedan. ¿Qué Mantiene los Lazos que los Une?
- Wendy Griffin, formerly at UPNFM and www.hondurasweekly.com
Diásporas Múltiples: Las Historias de las Familias de 6 Autores Afro-Hondureños con Conexiones a Nueva York, Atlanta, Miami, Chicago, y Hartford, Connecticut
- Lázaro Flores, UPNFM, jubilado & Wendy Griffin, formerly at UPNFM and www.hondurasweekly.com
Identidades Múltiples: Los Orígenes y las Luchas del Dr. Lázaro Flores, el primer Antropólogo Lenca en Honduras, Autor, Activista, y Formador de Hondureños e Investigadores Nacionales e Internacionales con Conciencia e Identidad

4:30-6:00 Panel 14 – Tendencias Editoriales y Realidades Libreras Latinoamericanas
Moderator: Alvaro J. Risso, Librería Linardi y Risso
Rapporteur: Wendy Pedersen, University of New Mexico

- Julio Marchena, Libros Peruanos S.A.
Nuevas Tendencias en la Industria Editorial Peruana
- Fernando Genovart, Librería García Cambeiro
Argentinean Academic Publishing Industry, Monographs
- Vera de Araujo-Shellard, Susan Bach Books from Brazil& Sandra Soares de Costa, Susan Bach Books from Brazil
Publishing Trends in Contemporary Brazil: Who is Minding the Book Store?
- S. Lief Adleson, Books from Mexico & Pedro Figueroa, Books from Mexico
Among Books and Dealers: Constants and Changes in the Mexican Academic Publishing Industry
- S. Lief Adleson, Books from Mexico
Preliminary Report of the Acquisitions Trends Survey Task Force

4:30-6:00 Panel 15 – New and Continuing Voices in the SALALM Family I
Moderator: Melissa Gasparotto, Rutgers University
Rapporteur: Irene Münster, Universities at Shady Grove

- Monica Lozano, The University of Texas at Austin, graduate student
Creating Identity: Through Oral History and Storytelling
- Theresa E. Polk, University of Maryland, College Park, graduate student
Until We Find Them: Disappearance, State Records, and the Right to Truth
- Luis A. González, Indiana University
A Book, a Translator, and a Publisher: An Intellectual Family Story
- Sarah Buck Kachaluba, Florida State University
A SALALMista Testimonial: From Teaching Professor to Academic Librarian, Combining Research in History and Librarianship, and Digital Humanities

7:00-10:00 Libreros’ Reception
The Grand Hall at the Gateway Union Pacific Depot
400 W South Temple Street Salt Lake City, UT (2 blocks west of the Radisson)

WEDNESDAY, MAY 14
8:00-5:00 Registration

8:00-3:00 Book Exhibits Wasatch 3-4

8:00-9:30 Panel 16 – Family History Opportunities at Brigham Young University
Moderator: Jill N. Crandell, Center for Family History and Genealogy,Brigham Young University
Rapporteur: Barbara Miller, California State University, Fullerton

- Noel Maxfield, Digital Browse, FamilySearch
The Immigrant Ancestors Project
- Paul Woodbury, BYU Family History Lab, undergraduate student
Introduction to Genetic Genealogy
- Jill N. Crandell, Center for Family History and Genealogy, Brigham Young University
The BYU Center for Family History and Genealogy

8:00-9:30 Panel 17 – New and Continuing Voices in the SALALM Family II
Moderator: Roberto C. Delgadillo, University of California, Davis
Rapporteur: Nelmy Jerez, University of New Mexico

- Antonio Sotomayor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Challenges to Caribbean Family History and Genealogy: Archives,Sources, and Oral History in Puerto Rico
- David Woken, University of Oregon, Eugene, Sonia de la Cruz, University of Oregon, Eugene & Stephanie Kays, University of Oregon, Eugene
Latino History is Oregon History: Preserving Oregon’s Latino Heritage through the Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste Archive
- Carlos Gazzera, Presidente de la Red de Editoriales de Universidades Nacionales (REUN)
El Libro Universitario Argentino: Presente y Futuro
- Nelmy Jerez, University of New Mexico
LADB – An Electronic Resource on Latin America

8:00-9:30 Panel 18 – The Role of Collecting Diaries, Journals and Photographs for Genealogical Research: Case Studies
Moderator: Donna Canevari de Paredes, University of Saskatchewan
Rapporteur: Jill E. Baron, Dartmouth College

- John B. Wright, Brigham Young University
Discovering Self through Ancestors’ Diaries
- Peter Altekrüger, Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut PK, Berlin
De Amor, Crimen y Cotidianidad. Las Revistas Teatrales y Colecciones de Novelas Cortas Argentinas del Instituto Ibero-Americano
- Ricarda Musser, Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut PK, Berlin
Cultural Magazines of Latin America. An Acquisition and Digitalization Project of the Ibero-American Institute / Berlin
- Silvana Jacqueline Aquino Remigio, Biblioteca España de las Artes delCentro Cultural de la Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru
Las Fotografías como Fuente de Información Genealógica: Breve Mirada al Caso del Archivo Courret

9:30-10:00 Coffee Break

10:00-11:30 Panel 19 – FamilySearch.org in Latin America: Strategy Acquisition, Indexing and Research Methodologies
Moderator: Karina E. Morales, FamilySearch
Rapporteur: Daniel Schoorl, HAPI

- Karina E. Morales, FamilySearch
General Strategy for Acquiring and Negotiating Historical Records in Latin American Acquisition
- Adele Marcum, FamilySearch
Preparing Records for Publication Online
- Debbie Gurtler, FamilySearch
Research Methodology: A Librarian’s Perspective

10:00-11:30 Panel 20 – New and Continuing Approaches in the Training of SALALMistas
Moderator: Orchid Mazurkiewicz, HAPI
Rapporteur: D. Ryan Lynch, Knox College

- Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder
Bilingual Information in the Workplace: Preparing Undergraduates for Spanish/English Information Environments
- Betsaida M. Reyes, University of Kansas
Shaping Students’ Learning through Embedded Librarianship
- Daisy V. Domínguez, The City College of New York Libraries (CUNY)
Animal Relations: Fostering Human-Animal Studies in Latin American History Collections
- Melissa Gasparotto, Rutgers University
A Ten Year Analysis of Dissertation Bibliographies from the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Rutgers University

10:00-11:30 Panel 21 – SALALM: Back in the Day
Moderator: Gayle Williams, Florida International University
Rapporteur: Bridget Gazzo, Dumbarton Oaks

- Mark L. Grover, Brigham Young University, retired
How Peter T. Johnson Saved (or Ruined) SALALM: Transitions and the Future
- David Block, The University of Texas at Austin
SALALM, Two Decades Ago
- Paula Covington, Vanderbilt University
Clueless to Compadre: SALALM and When the Sessions Are Over

11:30-1:30 No-Host Lunches

1:30-2:30 Closing Keynote Address

Thomas K. Edlund, Brigham Young University
The Whys and Whats of Family History Research: A Genealogist’s Retrospective

Introduction: Roberto C. Delgadillo, University of California, Davis
Rapporteur: David Block, The University of Texas at Austin

2:30-3:30 Closing Session and Business Meeting
Rapporteur: Suzanne M. Schadl, University of New Mexico

3:00 Book Exhibits Close

3:30-5:00 Executive Board #2
Rapporteur: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia

 

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