Sixtieth Annual Meeting of the
Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM)

SALALM LX
Princeton University ~ June 13-17, 2015

Brazil in the World, the World in Brazil:
Research Trends and Library Resources‌

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

The PDF of the program may be downloaded here: Conference_Program_2015

SATURDAY, JUNE 13

 

8:00am-5:00pm Registration [East Pyne Lobby]

9:00-10:00am New Members Orientation [East Pyne 111] 9:00-10:00am Committee Meetings & Affinity Groups

Academic Latino/a Zone of Activism & Research (ALZAR) [East Pyne 039]

Bylaws [East Pyne 027]

10:00-11:00am Committee Meetings & Affinity Groups Library/Bookdealer/Publisher Relations [East Pyne 010] Iberian Studies in SALALM (ISiS) [East Pyne 039] Policy, Research and Investigation [East Pyne 027]

10:00am-12:00pm Finance #1 [East Pyne 023]

11:00-12:00 Committee Meetings

Cataloging and Bibliographic Technology [East Pyne 111] Medina Award [East Pyne 027]

Interlibrary Cooperation [East Pyne 039]

12:00-1:30pm LUNCH

1:30-3:00pm Regional Group Meetings

CALAFIA (California Cooperative Latin American Collection Development Group) [East Pyne 027]

LANE (Latin America North East Libraries Consortium) [East Pyne 010]

LASER (Latin American Studies Southeast Regional Libraries) [East Pyne 039]

MOLLAS (Midwest Organization of Libraries for Latin American Studies) [East Pyne 111]

3:00-4:00pm Committee Meetings

Communications [East Pyne 111]

Digital Primary Resources [East Pyne 010] Nominations [East Pyne 027]

4:00-6:00pm LAMP [East Pyne 010]

6:00-7:00pm Happy Hour for New Members, ENLACE becarios, Presidential Fellows, and SALALM Scholarship Awardee

[Yankee Doodle Tap Room, Nassau Inn]

SUNDAY, JUNE 14

8:00am-5:00pm Registration [East Pyne Lobby]

9:00-11:00am Latin American Research Resources Project (LARRP) [East Pyne 010] 10:00-11:00 Committee Meetings

Audio-Visual Media [East Pyne 027] Outreach/ENLACE [East Pyne 039] Libreros [East Pyne Rotunda 105]

11:00-12:00pm Committee Meetings

Membership [East Pyne 027]

Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI) [East Pyne 111] Research and Instruction Services [East Pyne Rotunda 105]

12:00-1:30pm LUNCH

1:30-5:00pm Libreros/Librarians Consultations

[Chancellor Green Upper Hyphen and Rotunda]

2:00-3:00pm Committee Meetings

Cuban Bibliography [East Pyne Rotunda 105] Electronic Resources [East Pyne 010]

Serials [East Pyne 111]

3:00-4:00pm Committee Meetings

Editorial Board [East Pyne 111]

Marginalized Peoples and Ideas [East Pyne Rotunda 105] Scholarship [East Pyne 027]

4:00-6:00pm Executive Board #1 [East Pyne 010]

Rapporteur: Suzanne M. Schadl, University of New Mexico

 

MONDAY, JUNE 15

8:00am-5:00pm Registration [East Pyne Lobby] 9:00-11:00am Opening Session [McCosh 50]

Rapporteur: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia

Welcoming Remarks

Luis A. González, President, SALALM (2014-2015), Indiana University

Karin A. Trainer, University Librarian Princeton University

Pedro Meira Monteiro, Acting Director, Program in Latin American Studies Princeton University

Presentation of the José Toribio Medina Award

Presentation of ENLACE, Presidential Fellow, and SALALM Scholarship Awardees

Keynote Address Lilia Moritz Schwarcz, Universidade de São Paulo/Global Scholar Program, Princeton University

The Long Journey of the Portuguese Royal Library: Books, Freedom and the Symbolic Power of Libraries

Fernando Acosta-Rodríguez SALALM Local Arrangements Chair Princeton University

11:15-12:00pm Book Exhibit Opening

[Chancellor Green Upper Hyphen and Rotunda]

12:00-1:30pm LUNCH

1:30-3:00pm Conference Sessions

Panel 1 – Perspectives on Digital Humanities Scholarship [East Pyne 010]

Moderator: Barbara Alvarez, University of Michigan. Rapporteur: Catherine Kellett, Yale University

Aquiles Alencar-Brayner, The British Library, Digital Scholarship and its Impact on Latin American Studies

Thomas M. Cohen, Oliveira Lima Library/The Catholic University of America & Joan R. Stahl, The Catholic University of America, Crossing the Digital Divide: A New Direction at the Oliveira Lima Library

Patricia Figueroa, Brown University, Latin American Digital Humanities Projects at Brown: An Overview

 

Panel 2 – Collaborations Supporting Scholarship on Latin America: LAMP and LARRP [East Pyne 111]

Moderator: David Dressing, University of Notre Dame. Rapporteur: Marisol Ramos, University of Connecticut

Judy Alspach, Center for Research Libraries, Building on a History of Collaboration: The Evolution of LAMP and LARRP

Melissa Guy, Arizona State University, LARRP: Improving Access to Research Materials on Latin America through International Collaboration

Suzanne M. Schadl, University of New Mexico, LAMP (CRL): Collaborative Preservation of Primary Source Materials


Panel 3 – Legacy Collections of Brasiliana [East Pyne Rotunda 105]

Moderator: Ellen M. Jaramillo, Yale University. Rapporteur: Richard F. Phillips, University of Florida

Ricardo Souza de Carvalho, Universidade de São Paulo, O acervo ibero-americano de um brasileiro nos Estados Unidos: a história da Oliveira Lima Library

Pilar Moreno, Biblioteca Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz/Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana, Uso y preservación de colecciones del patrimonio cultural brasileño y mexicano en la Biblioteca Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz

Giuliana Ragusa, Universidade de São Paulo Biblioteca Brasiliana, Mindlin: uma história de desafios

 

3:00-4:30pm Conference Sessions

 

Panel 4 – Brazilian Primary Sources: An Evolving Challenge – Perspectives from Scholars [East Pyne 010]

Moderator: Peter T. Johnson, Princeton University. Rapporteur: Holly Ackerman, Duke University

Stanley J. Stein, Princeton University Pedro Meira Monteiro, Princeton University

Daryle Williams, University of Maryland, College Park

 

Panel 5 – Open Access: Challenges, Models, and Recommendations [East Pyne 027]

Moderator: Martha E. Mantilla, University of Pittsburgh. Rapporteur: Catherine Kellett, Yale University

Bronwen K. Maxson, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), A Liaison’s Role in Implementing an Open Access Policy on Campus

Norma Palomino, Inter-American Development Bank, Numbers for Development: the IDB’s Open Data Center

David P. Wiseman, Brigham Young University, Open Access: Toward a More Inclusive Dialogue

 

Panel 6 – Building Latin American Collections in the 21st Century: Emerging Trends and Challenges [East Pyne 111]

Moderator: Ruby M. Gutiérrez, Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI). Rapporteur: John B. Wright, Brigham Young University

Paloma Celis-Carbajal, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Acquiring Latin American Materials in the 21st Century: A Preliminary Report on the Collection Development Trends Task Force

Debra McKern, Library of Congress, Rio de Janeiro Office, Brazil’s Popular Groups: Acquiring the Grey Literature Collection at the Library of Congress

Jennifer Osorio, University of California, Los Angeles, Serials Acquisitions in the Digital “Future”: If It’s All Online, What’s the Problem?

 

Panel 7 – Emerging Latin American Literary Treasures [East Pyne Rotunda 105]

Moderator: Laura Shedenhelm, University of Georgia. Rapporteur: Brenda Salem, University of Pittsburgh

Hortensia Calvo, Tulane University, Cartas de Lysi: Unpublished Letters from Sor Juana’s Mentor, María Luisa Manrique de Lara y Gonzaga

José Montelongo, University of Texas, Austin, The Controversy over the Gabriel García Márquez Archive

M. Alejandra Plaza, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, La “Colección J.J. Hernández – J. Bianco” en la Biblioteca de la Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina

 

4:30-6:00pm Conference Sessions

 

Panel 8 – International Library Cooperation: Current and Future Directions [East Pyne 010]

Moderator: Nerea Llamas, University of Michigan. Rapporteur: Virginia García, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos

Peter Altekrüger, Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut, Cooperation of the Library of the Ibero-American Institute with Latin American National Libraries and US Libraries: Current Projects and Perspectives

Sergio López Ruelas, Comité Regional para América Latina y el Caribe del Programa Memoria del Mundo, UNESCO/Universidad de Guadalajara Logros y desafíos del Programa Memoria del Mundo en el ámbito latinoamericano: un balance de cuentas

Margarita Vannini, Instituto de Historia de Nicaragua y Centroamérica La Biblioteca del Instituto de Historia de Nicaragua y Centroamérica (UCA) y el desarrollo de programas académicos sobre memoria y cultura para la construcción de ciudadanías

 

Panel 9 – Digital Curation of Archival and Ephemeral Collections: Enhancing Access and Discovery [East Pyne 111]

Moderator: Rhonda L. Neugebauer, University of California, Riverside. Rapporteur: Antonio Sotomayor, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign

Renan Marinho de Castro, Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil, Fundação Getúlio Vargas (CPDOC/FGV), Difusão e acesso as fontes históricas: o impacto da disponibilização online de documentos através do projeto de preservação e disseminação do acervo histórico do Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil (CPDOC/FGV)

Beatriz R. Olivetti, International Center for the Arts of the Americas, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Recovery, Discovery, and Digital Accessibility of Critical Brazilian Sources at ICAA’s Documents of 20th-Century Latin American and Latino Art Project

Gabrielle Winkler & Fernando Acosta-Rodríguez, Princeton University, From Ephemeral to Virtual Open Access: Introducing Princeton’s Latin American Ephemera Digital Archive

 

Panel 10 – Roda Viva [East Pyne Rotunda 105]

Moderator: Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder. Rapporteur: Melissa Gasparotto, Rutgers University

Leif Adelson, Books from Mexico, Reflections on Why There Are So Few Digital Format Academic Titles in Mexico

Jesús Alonso-Regalado, University at Albany, State University of New York, Crowdfunding and Collection Development: Opportunities for Academic Libraries in Kickstarter

Lisa Gardinier, University of Iowa, Conversaciones con fanzineros: Collecting Zines in Latin America

Sara Levinson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Following the Clues and Getting Help from your Friends: Creating a Catalog Record for an Item Written Almost Entirely in a Language You Don’t Understand

Ryan Lynch, Knox College, U.S. Libraries for Beginners: Library Instruction for ESoL Students

Jorge Matos, Hostos Community College Library, Latino Librarianship in a Predominantly Latino Community College: Thoughts from a New Junior Faculty

Ana Ramírez Luhrs, Lafayette College, Crossing the Border: Librarians in the Classroom beyond Information Literacy

David Woken, University of Oregon, Human Rights and Genocide: Leveraging Academic Library Resources to Support Secondary Education

 

7:00-9:00pm Host Reception [Prospect House]

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 16

 

8:00am-5:00pm Registration [East Pyne Lobby]

 

8:30am-4:30pm Book Exhibit [Chancellor Green Upper Hyphen and Rotunda] 8:30-10:00am Conference Sessions

Panel 11 – The Hispanic Division and the Handbook of Latin American Studies: Highlighting Luso-Hispanic Collections in the Library of Congress [East Pyne 111]

Moderator: Daisy V. Domínguez, The City College of New York, CUNY. Rapporteur: Peter S. Bushnell, University of Florida

Georgette Dorn, Hispanic Division, Library of Congress, The Hispanic Division in the Development of Latin American Studies: A Historical View

Katherine McCann, Hispanic Division, Library of Congress, Portraying Latin America: The Cândido Portinari Murals in the Hispanic Reading Room

Debra McKern, Library of Congress, Rio de Janeiro Office, Web Archives in the Hispanic Division

Tracy North, Hispanic Division, Library of Congress, Online and Onsite: The Handbook of Latin American Studies as a Gateway to the Library of Congress Collections

 

Panel 12 – Digital Humanities Projects in Latin America and the Caribbean: Awareness, Training, and Outreach [East Pyne Rotunda 105]

Moderator: Philip S. MacLeod, Emory University. Rapporteur: Paula A. Covington, Vanderbilt University

Alex Gil, Columbia University, Documenting and Supporting DH Projects in Latin America and the Caribbean

Myra Torres-Alamo, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Del Proyecto de Digitalización de Fotografías del Periódico El Mundo a la Biblioteca Digital Puertorriqueña: acceso y preservación de colecciones patrimoniales de la Universidad de Puerto Rico

Brooke Wooldridge, Digital Library of the Caribbean, Florida International University, dLOC as the Socio-Technical Infrastructure for Collaborative Projects: A Case Study of the Course “Panama Silver, Asian Gold: Migration, Money, and the Making of Modern Caribbean Literature”

 

Panel 13 – E-books: Vendor Update and a Librarian’s Response [East Pyne 010]

Moderator: Adán Griego, Stanford University. Rapporteur: Daniel Schoorl, Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI)

Barbara Casalini, Casalini Libri Lluís Claret, Digitalia Publishing

Fernando Genovart, Librería García Cambeiro Leslie Lees, e-libro

Frank Smith, JSTOR

Wayne Bivens-Tatum, Princeton University The Ideal Library Ebook

 

Panel 14 – Archives, Libraries, and Collaboration: New Initiatives for the Preservation of Historical Sources in the Americas [East Pyne 027]

Moderator: Sarah Aponte, The City College of New York. Rapporteur: Mercedes Tinoco Espinoza, Universidad de las Regiones Autónomas de la Costa Caribe Nicaragüense

Susana Arias Arévalo, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, El futuro del pasado: Proyecto Fondo Antiguo de la Universidad Católica de Chile

George Apodaca, University of Delaware Natalie Baur, University of Miami Libraries & Margarita Vargas-Betancourt, University of Florida, Desmantelando fronteras: Breaking down Barriers to Peer-to-Peer Virtual Collaboration in Libraries and Archives in the Americas

Ana María Cobos, Saddleback College Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder & Ana Lya Sater, University of Colorado, Boulder, The Chilean Exile 1973-1989 Initiative: An Ongoing Project

10:00-10:30am Coffee Break [Chancellor Green Upper Hyphen and Rotunda]

10:45am-12:00pm Keynote Address [McCormick 101]

 

Abel L. Packer, Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO)/ FAPESP Program Latin American Journals in the Humanities and the Social Sciences: A Common Affirmation through Open Access

Rapporteur: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia

 

12:00-1:30pm LUNCH

1:30-3:00pm Conference Sessions

Panel 15 – The Impact of Campus Internationalization on the Research Library: A Round Table Discussion [East Pyne 010]

Moderator: Luis A. González, Indiana University. Rapporteur: David Woken, University of Oregon

Jeremy Adelman, Princeton Unversity David Magier, Princeton University Michael Stoller, New York University

Steven W. Witt, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Panel 16 — Are We Ready for the Ebook Evolution in Latin America? Strategizing the Future of Collecting, Use, and Preservation [East Pyne 111]

Moderator: Peter S. Bushnell, University of Florida. Rapporteur: Manuel Ostos, The Pennsylvania State University

Angela M. Carreño, New York University, The Ebook and Coverage of the Specialized Scholarly Monograph in Latin American Collection Development

Melissa Goertzen, Columbia University, E-Book Collection Development at Columbia University Libraries

Sarah Goldberg, Columbia University, The Argentine E-Book Study at Columbia University Libraries

 

Panel 17 – Online Social Science Resources for Latin American Studies Research: A Review of the Field [East Pyne 027]

Moderator: Laura Shedenhelm, University of Georgia. Rapporteur: Adrian Johnson, University of Texas, Austin

Harold Colson, University of California, San Diego, Another BRIC on the Web: The Brazilian Presence in International Agency Statistical Sites

Carlos Navarro, Latin America Data Base, University of New Mexico Using Current News Events as a Tool for Teaching about Latin America

Adriana Gabriela Ríos, FLACSO Ecuador, Indicadores académicos de la Biblioteca Digital FLACSO Andes


Panel 18 – Virtual Collections: Issues in Curation, Management, and Access [East Pyne Rotunda 105]

Moderator: Rhonda L. Neugebauer, University of California, Riverside. Rapporteur: D. Ryan Lynch, Knox College

Janete Saldanha Bach Estevão, Universidade Federal do Paraná, From Public Policies to Academic Initiatives towards Electronic Resources Access in Brazil: The Challenge of Overcoming the Shortage of Resources while Ensuring Quality in Academic Research

Melissa Gasparotto, Rutgers University, Area Studies and other Thematic Portals in the Institutional Repository

José Manuel Morales del Castillo, El Colegio de México, Luces y sombras de GREI (Gestión de Recursos Electrónicos de Información) en bibliotecas académicas

 

3:00-4:30pm Town Hall Meeting [McCormick 101]

Rapporteur: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia

 

4:30-5:30pm Finance #2 [East Pyne 111]

6:00-9:00pm Libreros’ Reception [Class of 1963 Courtyard, Whitman College]

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17

 

8:00am-5:00pm Registration [East Pyne Lobby]

8:30am-3:00pm Book Exhibit [Chancellor Green Rotunda] 8:30-10:00am Conference Sessions

Panel 19 – One Size Does Not Fit All: Cooperative Collection Development within the Borrow Direct Consortium [East Pyne 027]

Moderator: Lynn M. Shirey, Harvard University. Rapporteur: Joseph C. Holub, University of Pennsylvania

Jill Baron, Dartmouth College & Fernando Acosta-Rodríguez, Princeton University, Divide and Conquer Brazil: A New Approach to Cooperative Collection Development within the Borrow Direct Consortium

Rebecca K. Friedman, Princeton University, Ivies+ Art & Architecture Group: Tackling Contemporary Art Publications from Latin America

Thomas Keenan, Princeton University, Eastern Europe, the Former Soviet Union and the Challenges of Inter- Consortial Cooperative Collecting

Darwin F. Scott, Princeton University, The Borrow Direct Contemporary Composers Cooperative Collection Plan

 

Panel 20 – Pedagogy for the 21st Century: Paulo Freire in a Connected World [East Pyne 010]

Moderator: Melissa Gasparotto, Rutgers University. Rapporteur: Roberto Delgadillo, University of California, Davis

Lisa Gardinier, University of Iowa, Revolution in the Classroom: The Many Layers of Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder, Pedagogy for the Oppressed? The Question of LibGuides

Margarita Mata Acosta & Juan Manuel Zurita Sánchez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, La educación dialógica de Freire y las comunidades de aprendizaje

Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia, Set my Students Freire! Rubrics of the Oppressed

 

Panel 21 – Inquiries into Nineteenth-century Brazilian Past [East Pyne Rotunda 105]

Moderator: David Dressing, University of Notre Dame. Rapporteur: Talía Guzmán González, University of Maryland-College Park

Claire-Lise Benaud, University of New Mexico, New York to Pará, Brazil: The Diary of Hector von Bayer

Philip S. MacLeod, Emory University, Salvador de Bahia: A View from the North, 1849

Alexia Helena de Araujo Shellard, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro/Susanne Bach Books from Brazil, Empresas estrangeiras no Brasil do século XIX

 

Panel 22 – Access and Description: Current Trends [East Pyne 111]

Moderator: Bronwen K. Maxson, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). Rapporteur: Viviane Ferreira de Faria, University of New Mexico

Orchid Mazurkiewicz, Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI) Lost in Translation/Traducción/Tradução: Building a Trilingual HAPI

Wendy Pedersen, University of New Mexico, Discovery through Acquisitions: Colonizing WorldCat with WMS

Timothy Thompson, Princeton University, Descrever é preciso: Adding Item-level Metadata to the Leila Míccolis Brazilian Alternative Press Collection at the University of Miami Libraries

 

10:00-10:30am Coffee Break [Chancellor Green Upper Hyphen and Rotunda] 10:30-12:00pm Conference Sessions

Panel 23 – Ethnicity and Immigration History Studies on Brazil: Sources and Research Trends [East Pyne 111]

Moderator: Teresa Chapa, University of North Carolina. Rapporteur: Vera Araujo, Susanne Bach Books from Brazil

Gabriel Mordoch, The Ohio State University, Os Diálogos das grandezas do Brasil [1618] de Ambrósio Fernandes Brandão e os cristãos-novos no Brasil colonial

Ricarda Musser, Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut, Immigration Guides as Source Material for Immigration History: The Example of Brazil

Daniel Schoorl, Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI), Arab Ethnicity in Brazil: An Overview of Recent Literature and Research

 

Panel 24 – Brazilian Culture and Society in North American Library Collections [East Pyne 010]

Moderator: Gayle A. Williams, Florida International University. Rapporteur: Jade Kara Mishler, Tulane University

T-Kay Sangwand, University of Texas, Austin, A procura da batida perfeita: The Art of (Collecting) Brazilian Hip Hop

Suzanne M. Schadl & Viviane Ferreira de Faria, University of New Mexico, Borderlands Reinvented and Revisited: Third Space Intersections of Portuguese Language Literature in Print and Image

Sócrates Silva, University of California, Santa Barbara, Samba, choro, baião: Documenting Early Brazilian Sound Recordings at the UCSB Library

Donald M. Vorp, Princeton Theological Seminary Library Studying Brazilian Christianity in Princeton

 

Panel 25 – Library Acquisitions and Collection Assessment Initiatives: Reports from the Field [East Pyne 027]

Moderator: Jana L. Krentz, Yale University.Rapporteur: Nancy L. Hallock, Harvard University

Jessie Christensen, Brigham Young University Current Trends in Library Acquisitions

Paul Losch, University of Florida, O Brasil d@s bibliotecari@s brasilianistas: A Collaborative Collections Analysis of LARRP Library Holdings from Brazil

Manuel Ostos, The Pennsylvania State University, Faculty Still Use Books…Don’t They? A Citation Analysis of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Monographs, 2004-2013

Betsaida M. Reyes, University of Kansas, Ebooks: Measuring which Factors Increase Access

 

Panel 26 – Digitization of Primary Resources: Libraries Sharing their Treasures [East Pyne Rotunda 105]

Moderator: Rafael E. Tarragó, University of Minnesota.Rapporteur: Christine Hernández, Tulane University

Sarah Buck Kachaluba, University of California, San Diego & Lynn Shirey, Harvard University, The Genesis and Evolution of the Digital Primary Resources Subcommittee

Luis A. González, Indiana University, Archivo Mesoamericano: A Collaborative Video Digitization Project

Antonio Sotomayor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Digitizing the Conde de Montemar Letters (1761-1799): A Beginner’s Impressions on Multi-Departmental Collaborations and Digital Humanities

 

12:00am-1:30pm LUNCH

1:30-3:00pm Business Meeting and Closing Session [East Pyne 010] 3:00pm Book Exhibit Closing [Chancellor Green Rotunda]

3:00-5:00pm Executive Board #2 [East Pyne 010]

Rapporteur: Suzanne M. Schadl, University of New Mexico

 

 

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