2016: SALALM LXI

“Nuestro norte es el sur”: Mapping Resistance and Resilience in Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian studies

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

The PDF of the program may be downloaded here: SALALM_Program_2016

DAY 1: MONDAY, MAY 9

8:00am-5:00pm Registration [Avenue B, Omni Hotel]

8:00-9:00am New Members Orientation [Lewis/Clark Room,

Omni Hotel]

9:00-11:00am Opening Session [Jefferson School, Carver Recreation Center]

Rapporteur: Daisy V. Domínguez, City College of New York, CUNY

Welcoming Remarks, Paloma Celis Carbajal, President, SALALM (2015-2016), University of Wisconsin-Madison

Martha R. Sites, University Librarian and Dean of Libraries University of Virginia Library

Fernando Opere, Professor of History and Member of the Latin American Studies Program University of Virginia

Presentation of the José Toribio Medina Award

Presentation of ENLACE and SALALM Scholarship Awardees

Keynote Address Charles R. Hale, Director of LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Collections, University of Texas at Austin, Latin American Studies Unbound: Finding the “Sweet Spot” of Collaboration between Collections and Scholarship/Teaching

Miguel Valladares-Llata, Chair, SALALM LXI Local Arrangements University of Virginia Library

 

11:00-11:30am Book Exhibits Opening [Jefferson Room B & C, Omni Hotel]

11:30-1:00pm LUNCH sponsored by the University of Virginia for Opening of Roundtables [Jefferson Room A, Omni Hotel]

1:00-3:00pm Roundtable Series

Roundtable 1: Collaboration [Jefferson Room A, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Paloma Celis Carbajal, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Rapporteur: Suzanne M. Schadl, University of New Mexico

Juan Pablo Alperin, Assistant Professor and Research Associate, Canadian Institute for Studies in Publishing and Public Knowledge Project, Simon Fraser University

Enrique Camacho Navarro, Profesor Investigador Titular, Centro de Investigaciones sobre América Latina y el Caribe, UNAM

Pamela Graham, Director, Center for Human Rights Documentation and Research; Interim Director, Humanities & History Libraries, Columbia University

Brian Owensby, Director, Center for Global Inquiry and Innovation; Professor, Corcoran Department of History, University of Virginia

Graduate students, University of Wisconsin-Madison / University of Virginia

 

3:00-4:00pm Committee Meetings & Affinity Groups

ENLACE/Outreach [Lewis/Clark Room, Omni Hotel]

Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI) [Business Center Room, Omni Hotel]

Library/Bookdealer/Publisher Relations [James Mon- roe Room, Omni Hotel]

Marginalized Peoples and Ideas [Highlander/Ashlawn, Omni Hotel]

 

4:00-6:00pm Latin American Materials Project (LAMP) [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

6:00-7:00pm Happy Hour for New Members, ENLACE Becarios, and SALALM Scholarship Awardees [Atrium, Omni Hotel]

 

DAY 2: TUESDAY, MAY 10

Closed Exhibit Floor [Jefferson Room B & C, Omni Hotel]

7:30am-9:00am Finance Committee Meeting #1 [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

9:00am-12:00pm Registration [Avenue B, Omni Hotel]

9:00-9:30am Transportation to UVA Campus. Buses will leave from W. Main Street/W. Water Street

 

9:30-11:30am Roundtable Series

Roundtable 2: Designing for the Future [Auditorium of the Harrison Institute, UVA Campus]

Moderator: Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder. Rapporteur: Taylor Leigh, Brown University

Micaela Chávez Villa, Directora, Biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas, El Colegio de México

Thomas F. Reese, Professor, History of Art, Executive Director of the Roger Thayer Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University

Solange M. Santos (presenter), Publishing coordinator of SciELO/FAPESP Program, and Abel L. Packer (co- author), Director of SciELO/FAPESP Program and Proj- ect Coordinator at the Support the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP)

Alberto Vargas Prieto (presenter), Associate Director, Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies, Uni- versity of Wisconsin-Madison, and Francisco Scarano (co-author), Professor of History, Director, Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Graduate students, University of Wisconsin-Madison / University of Virginia

 

11:30am-1:00pm LUNCH in campus sponsored by the University of Virginia [Auditorium of the Harrison Institute, UVA Campus]

1:00-3:15pm Roundtable Series

 

Roundtable 3: Advocacy [Auditorium of the Harrison Institute, UVA Campus]

Moderator: Luis González, Indiana University, Bloomington. Rapporteur: Elvia Arroyo-Ramírez, Princeton University

Laura Anderson Barbata, Miembro del Sistema Nacio- nal de Creadores, FONCA-CONACULTA, México; Hon- orary Fellow, Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Jennifer Osorio, Interim Head, Collections, Research and Instructional Services (CRIS); Librarian for Ethnic Studies, Latin American Studies and Spanish/Portu- guese, University of California, Los Angeles

Ellen Sapega, Professor of Portuguese, Faculty Director of the Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS), University of Wisconsin-Madison

Marisol Vera, Fundadora y Directora, Editorial Cuarto Propio; Presidenta y cofundadora, Asociación de Edi- tores Independientes de Chile

Graduate students, University of Virginia / University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

3:30-4:00pm Transportation to Omni Hotel. Buses will leave from 160 McCormick Rd

4:00-5:30pm Executive Board Meeting #1. Open to any conference attendant. [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel] Rapporteurs: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia and Nelson Santana, Rutgers University

6:00-6:30pm Transportation to Host Reception. Buses will leave from W. Main Street with W. Water Street

6:30-9:30pm Host Reception [Alumni Hall, 211 Emmet St S, UVA Campus]

9:30-10:00pm Transportation to Omni Hotel. Buses will leave from Alumni Hall, 211 Emmet St S, UVA Campus

 

DAY 3: WEDNESDAY, MAY 11

8:00am-5:00pm Registration [Avenue B, Omni Hotel]

8:00-10:00am Latin American Research Resources Project (LARRP) [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

10:00am-5:30pm Exhibit Floor [Jefferson Room B & C, Omni Hotel]

10:00-11:00am Libreros Consultations, Vendors’ Corner, & Coffee Break [Jefferson Room A, Omni Hotel]

Presentations at Vendors’ Corner (10:30-11:00am):

Sandra Soares and Vera de Araujo, Susanne Bach Books from Brazil and Luso-Africa

The Brazilian Publishing Market at the Present Moment

Fernando Genovart, Ventara Librería García Cambeiro e-Approval Colaborativo Latín American

 

11:00am-12:30pm Conference Sessions. Block 1

 

Block 1. Panel 1 – DÍScoLA: Developing Digital Scholar- ship Initiatives [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Irene Munster, The Universities at Shady Grove. Rapporteur: Lara Aase, University of Washington

Alex Gil, Digital Scholarship Coordinator, Columbia University, Where is Digital Humanities in Latin America and the Caribbean?

Marisol Ramos, Subject Librarian for Latin American, Caribbean and Latina/o Studies, University of Connecticut, Damas y Señoritas: Visualizing Printing Presses and Editorial Offices of 19 Century Spanish Women Maga- zines in Spain and Puerto Rico

Alison Hicks, Romance Languages, Literatures and Cul- tures Librarian, University of Colorado Boulder, Digital Scholarship as Researcher Practices: The ex- ample of Mendeley

Melissa Gasparotto, Librarian for Latin American Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, Rutgers University Libraries, HathiTrust for Latin American Studies Research: Build- ing and Mining Thematic Collections

Block 1. Panel 2 – Docu-menting Bibliographic Bias in Subject Headings: From Dartmouth College to the Library of Congress [Highlander/Ashlawn Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Anna Luhrs, Lafayette College. Rapporteur: Orchid Mazurkiewicz, Hispanic American Periodicals Index

Jill Baron, Librarian, Romance Languages and Latin American, Latino/a & Caribbean Studies, Dartmouth College; Oscar Cornejo Jr., Dartmouth College ‘17, and Melissa Padilla, Dartmouth College ‘17, Dropping the I-Word: Coalition-based Student Activism and the Library

Tina Gross, Catalog Librarian, St. Cloud State University Please @librarycongress, change the dehumanizing subject heading “Illegal aliens” #LCSH #DropTheIWord #NoHumanBeingIsIllegal

Claudia Anguiano, Assistant Professor, Department of Human Communication Studies, California State University, Fullerton, Subject-Heading as step towards social justice: Un- documented student activism and racial consciousness through language practices

Block 1. Panel 3 – Engaging Learners in a Digital Land- scape [Business Center Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Mary Jo Zeter, Michigan State University. Rapporteur: Christine Hernández, Tulane University

Sarah Aponte, Chief Librarian, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Library, Dominican-Related Digital Projects: The Spanish Paleography Digital Teaching and Learning Tool and First Blacks in the Americas Interactive Website

David Woken, History and Latin American Studies Librarian, University of Oregon, Heritage Learners in the U.S. Latino Archive: Chal- lenging the Hegemony of the Pioneer Narrative in the Pacific Northwest

Gustavo Urbano Navarro, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral, Argentina (ENLACE Recipient) Fomento de la resiliencia comunitaria por la cons- trucción del Archivo Memorias de la Patagonia Austral: Evaluación preliminar mediante un taller de diálogo

 

12:30-2:00pm LUNCH

1:30pm Bus to DÍScoLA Workshop will leave from the corner of W. Main Street and W. Water Street

2:00-3:30pm Conference Sessions. Block 2

 

Block 2. DÍScoLA Workshop [Library Scholars’ Lab, UVA Campus]

Organizers: Barbara Alvarez, Librarian for Romance Languages and Literatures & Comparative Literature, University of Michigan, and Bronwen Maxson, Humani- ties Librarian, Liaison to English & Spanish, IUPUI

Instructors: Jeremy Boggs, Design Architect, Scholars’ Lab, University of Virginia; Purdom Lindblad, Head of Graduate Programs, Scholars’s Lab, University of Virginia

NOTE: Bus back to Omni Hotel will leave at 3:30 from Alderman Library, 160 McCormick Road


Block 2. Panel 4 – Mapping Knowledge in Shifting Geographies [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Donna A. Canevari de Paredes, University of Saskatchewan. Rapporteur: Michael Scott, Georgetown University

Patricia Figueroa, Iberian and Latin American Collec- tions, Brown University; Taylor Leigh, PhD candidate, Hispanic Studies, Brown University, MA candidate, MLIS, University of Rhode Island, Voices from La Movida: Indexing Spain’s Underground Magazines from the Transition Period

Alexia Helena de Araujo Shellard, Programa de Pós- Graduação História Social da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Susan Bach Books from Brazil, Bárbara modernidade – apropriação de terras indígenas na fronteira de Brasil e Bolívia (1867-1928)

Gonzalo Hernández Baptista, Lecturer, Dept. Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, University of Virginia, El beneficio de las antologías en un contexto global de aprendizaje y estudio

 

Block 2. Panel 5 – Charting New Waters: Rethinking Our Organizational Identities and Functions [High- lander/Ashlawn Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Cate Kellett, Yale Law School. Rapporteur: David Woken, University of Oregon

Sean Knowlton, Research & Instruction Librarian (Humanities), Tulane University; Sócrates Silva, Latin American and Iberian Studies Librarian, Columbia University/Cornell University, Building Collective Capacity: 2CUL as a Case Study

Zoe Jarocki, Undergraduate Success Librarian, San Diego State University, Beyond Borders- Cross-border Library Collaborations

Jenny Lizarraga, REFORMA and IBBY Member, Cinco Books CEO, Refugiados Invisibles -Niños centroamericanos. Chil- dren in Crisis Project

 

3:30-4:00pm Coffee Break [Jefferson Room A, Omni Hotel]

4:00-5:00pm Committee Meetings & Affinity Groups

Academic Latino/a Zone of Activism & Research (ALZAR) [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

Digital Primary Resources [Highlander/Ashlawn Room, Omni Hotel]

Interlibrary Cooperation [Lewis/Clark Room, Omni Hotel]

Libreros [Business Center Room, Omni Hotel]

Policy, Research and Investigation [Monticello Room, Omni Hotel]

 

5:00-6:30pm Conference Sessions. Block 3

 

Block 3. Panel 6 – Los desafíos de ser catalogador en América Latina: Experiencias colaborativas entre el norte y el sur para crear capacitación de RDA desde el sur para el sur [Highlander/Ashlawn Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: John B. Wright, Brigham Young University. Rapporteur: Virginia García, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos

Melanie Polluta, Librarian Cataloger, Library of Congress, Del norte al sur: Sharing Cataloging Training in the Americas

Julia Margarita Martínez Saldaña, Jefa, Departamento de Organización y Control de la Información, Universi- dad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, 13 años de esfuerzos compartidos en la capacitación de catalogadores: Coordinación del Proyecto NACO- MÉXICO en la UASLP

Edgar Allan Delgado, Red Capital de Bibliotecas Públi- cas – BibloRed, de Bogotá, El iceberg en la implementación de RDA

Eloísa Vargas Sánchez, Centro de Documentación en Artes y Literatura “Fundación Simón I Patiño”, Bolivia La catalogación en las bibliotecas de la ciudad de La Paz, Bolivia

Block 3. Panel 7 – Intercambiando: Experiences and Lessons from Librarian and Archivist Exchange Pro- grams in Cuba, Ecuador and Spain [Business Center Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Rhonda L. Neugebauer, University of Cali- fornia, Riverside. Rapporteur: Lara Lookabaugh, University of Florida

Sarah Aponte, Chief Librarian, CUNY Dominican Stud- ies Institute Library; and Silvia Cho, Interlibrary Loan Supervisor, Graduate Center, CUNY, CUNY Librarians and Archivists in Cuba

Natalie Baur, Archivist, Cuban Heritage Collection, University of Miami, Itinerant Archivists 2015 pilot project to Ecuador

Laurie Bridges, Instruction and Outreach Librarian, Oregon State University; Kelly McElroy, Student Engagement and Community Outreach Librarian, Oregon State University, Oregon State University “Information and Global Justice: Barcelona” Library-faculty-led Study Abroad Project

Block 3. Panel 8 – Collections of Matter: Material Dimensions of Collection Development [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Laura Shedenhelm, University of Georgia Libraries. Rapporteur: Daniel Schoorl, Hispanic American Periodicals Index

Beatriz Haspo, Collections Officer, Collections Access, Loan and Management Division, Library of Congress; and Cheryl Fox, LC Archives Specialist, Manuscripts Division, Library of Congress, The Carvalho Monteiro Collection: Finding Hidden Trea- sures at the Library of Congress

Peter Altekrüger, Library Director, Ibero-American Institute, Berlin, Bandits, Gauchos and Songs: The ‘Biblioteca Criolla’, a History of Collecting and Research

Elvia Arroyo-Ramírez, Processing Archivist, Latin American Manuscript Collections, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Hacia el sur: La militancia poética y la poesía militante de Juan Gelman

 

DAY 4: THURSDAY, MAY 12

8:00am-5:00pm Registration [Avenue B, Omni Hotel]

9:00-10:30am Regional Group Meetings

CALAFIA (California Cooperative Latin American Collection Development Group) [Highlander/Ashlawn Room, Omni Hotel]

LANE (Latin America North East Libraries Consortium) [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

LASER (Latin American Studies Southeast Regional Libraries) [Lewis/Clark Room, Omni Hotel]

MOLLAS (Midwest Organization of Libraries for Latin American Studies) [Business Center Room, Omni Hotel]

10:30-11:30am Libreros Consultations, Vendors’ Corner, & Coffee Break [Jefferson Room A, Omni Hotel] Presentations at Vendors’ Corner (10:30-11:00am):

Emilia Franco de Arcila, Siglo del Hombre, Evolución de la edición universitaria colombiana. Alian- za estratégica de las universidades y Siglo del Hombre para la internacionalización de sus publicaciones.

Sara Zerini, Casalini Libri, Back to basics

11:30am-12:30pm Finance Committee Meeting #2 [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

12:30-2:00pm LUNCH

2:00-3:30pm Conference Sessions. Block 4

Block 4. Panel 9 – The Influence of the Digital Age on Latin American and Caribbean Studies: Open Access and Primary Sources [Lewis/Clark Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Rafael E. Tarragó, University of Minnesota. Rapporteur: Matthew J.K. Hill, Brigham Young University

Paula Covington, Latin American and Iberian Studies Bibliographer, Vanderbilt University, Stimulating and Enhancing Scholarship by Digitizing Colombiana

Lisa Cruces, Hispanic Collections Archivist, University of Houston, Sí, se puede/Yes, It Is Possible: Documenting Houston’s Latina/o Histories with the Help of Digital Tools

Anton Duplessis, Curator, Colonial Mexican Collection, Texas A&M University, El Proyecto ‘Primeros Libros de las Américas’ –Interna- tional Collaborative Digitization for Access, Preserva- tion and Scholarship

Christine Hernández, Curator, Special Collections, Latin American Library, Tulane University, Digital Primary Sources at the Latin American Library, Tulane University

 

Block 4. Panel 10 – Capturing Digital Transformations [Highlander/Ashlawn Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Taylor Leigh, Brown University. Rapporteur: Antonio Sotomayor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Barbara Alvarez, Librarian for Romance Languages and Literatures & Comparative Literature, University of Michigan, Capturing Digital Butterflies or How to Build Research Collections of Contemporary Literature in the 21st Cen- tury

Ricarda Musser, Director of Acquisitions and Catalog- ing, Ibero-American Institute, Berlin, Making Objects Mobile: Digital Transformation and the New Chances for Research and Collection Management

Enrique Camacho Navarro, Profesor e Investigador Titular, Centro de Investigaciones sobre América Latina y el Caribe, UNAM, Los Estudios Latinoamericanos en la UNAM y las nece- sidades de colaboración. Reflexiones sobre los bancos de imágenes


Block 4. Panel 11 – Cataloging Our Values: Critical Approaches to Resource Description [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Tim Thompson, Princeton University. Rapporteur: John B. Wright, Brigham Young University

Lisa Gardinier, Latin American and Iberian Studies Librarian, University of Iowa, Who Deserves to Be Cataloged? Zines and the Privilege of Bibliographic Description

Tina Gross, Catalog Librarian, St. Cloud University; Cate Kellett, Catalog and Government Documents Librarian, Yale Law School, Conflicting Principles and Priorities: Challenging the Subject Heading “Illegal aliens”

Sara Levinson, Latin American and Iberian Cataloger, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Subject Headings and Searchable Notes: How Catalog- ers Improve Access to Latin American Collections at UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries

Laura Martin, Cataloger, University of Wisconsin-Madison, “Corrugated Board Chapbooks”: Challenges in Carto- nera Subject Cataloging

 

Block 4. Panel 12 – Globalized Librarianship: Local Meets Global Practices [Business Center Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Jennifer Osorio, University of California, Los Angeles. Rapporteur: Anne Barnhart, University of West Georgia

María Luisa Bocanegra, Biblioteca de Investigación Juan de Córdova, México (ENLACE Recipient) Catalogación multicultural: creando catálogos acordes a la realidad cultural y lingüística de Oaxaca, México

Anaís García, Directora de Fototeca, y Luisa Escobar, Directora de Biblioteca, Centro de Investigaciones Re- gionales de Mesoamérica (CIRMA), Retos de la difusión del patrimonio documental guate- malteco en la era digital

Jesús Alonso-Regalado, Subject Librarian for Latin American and Hispanic Studies, University at Albany, State University of New York, Memoria y patrimonio audiovisual en Chile: democra- tización a través de su acceso libre en internet con una mirada desde el sur

3:30-5:00pm Town Hall Meeting [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel] Rapporteurs: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia and Nelson Santana, Rutgers University

6:00-10:00pm Libreros’ Reception [Jefferson School, Carver Recreation Center]

 

DAY 5: FRIDAY, MAY 13

8:00am-12:00pm Registration [Avenue B, Omni Hotel]

9:00-10:30am Block 5. Conference Sessions

Block 5. Panel 13 – Paisajes editoriales: De la imprenta del siglo XIX al libro electrónico [Highlander/Ashlawn Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Matthew J.K. Hill, Brigham Young University. Rapporteur: Daniel Arbino, University of Arizona

Lourdes Quiroa Herrera, José Manuel Morales del Castillo, Micaela Chávez Villa, Biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas, El Colegio de México, El ABC de la ABD: usuarios y desarrollo de colecciones digitales en la BDCV

María Pizarro Prada, Iberoamericana Editorial Vervuert Plataformas de préstamo y venta de ebooks: el punto de vista del editor

Pura Fernández, Profesora de Investigación, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, CSIC, Madrid, El mapa de la edición literaria en las lenguas ibéricas: el proyecto internacional EDI-RED y la colaboración de los bibliotecarios

 

Block 5. Panel 14 – Luso-Hispanic Resistance and Re- silience: Primary Sources in the Collections of the Li- brary of Congress [Business Center Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Katherine McCann, Handbook of Latin American Studies. Rapporteur: Hanni Nabahe, University of Arizona

Barbara Tenenbaum, Consultant Hispanic Division; Tracy North, Social Sciences Ed., Handbook of Latin American Studies, The Mexican Revolution and the United States Website

Georgette Dorn, Chief Librarian, Hispanic Division Examples of Resistance and Resilience by Writers in the Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape

Carlos Olave, Head, Hispanic Reading Room; Igor Fazano, Acquisitions Specialist, LC Rio Office Documenting Resistance and Resilience in Brazil: The Library of Congress Field Office in Rio de Janeiro

Block 5. Panel 15 – Theory and Practice of Librarian- ship: Two Case Studies [Lewis/Clark Room, Omni Hotel]

Moderator: Micaela Chávez Villa, El Colegio de México. Rapporteur: Víctor J. Cid Carmona, El Colegio de México

Donna Canevari de Paredes, Humanities Librarian, University of Saskatchewan., South to North: The Story of a Latin American Studies Collection and its Impact on the Development of Col- lections in Support of International Studies

Fernando Erasmo Pacheco-Olea, Viena Muirragui- Irrazábal, Edwin León-Plúas, Docentes, Universidad Estatal de Milagro, Ecuador. La biblioteca universitaria ecuatoriana: perspectiva actual y reflexiones


Block 5. Panel 16 – Roda-viva [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

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

Jade Madrid, Research and Instruction Librarian, Tulane University, Straight to the Source(s): Research guides at the Latin American Library

Orchid Mazurkiewicz, Director, Hispanic American Peri- odicals Index (HAPI), HAPI’s Journal Evaluation, Part 2: The Faculty Survey

Anne Barnhart, Head, Instructional Services, University of West Georgia, Who’s next? Notes on training the next generation of librarians

Michael Scott, Bibliographer for Latin American Stud- ies and Iberian Languages, Georgetown University The Newest Novedades: Using Social Media for Collec- tion Development

Betsaida Reyes, Librarian for Spanish, Portuguese, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies, University of Kansas, Digital Repatriation: Returning Guatemalan Broadsides Through Digital Access

Ricarda Musser, Director for Acquisitions and Catalog- ing, Ibero-American Institute, Berlin, Latin American Cultural Magazines (1860-1930): Acquisition and Digitization in the Ibero-American Institute Berlin

 

10:30-11:30am Libreros Consultations, Vendors’ Corner, & Coffee Break [Jefferson Room A, Omni Hotel] Presentations at Vendors’ Corner (11:00-11:30am):

Donna Muirhead, University of West Indies Press UWI Press Digital Platform

Erin Luckett and Isabela Mills, Readex

Unlocking Latin American and Caribbean History with Readex

11:30am-12:30pm Tours at UVA Campus meet at Alderman Library Main Door, 160 McCormick Rd, UVA Campus

No private transportation provided, use Charlottesville Area Transit Free Trolley

Nora Benedict, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Span- ish, Italian, and Portuguese

The Borges Manuscript Collection at The Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library

Amanda Nelsen, Director of Programs & Education, and Ruth-Ellen St. Onge, Assistant Curator of Collec- tions, Rare Book School

Rare Book School provides educational opportunities to study the history, care, and use of written, printed, and digital materials

 

12:30-2:00pm LUNCH

2:00-3:30pm Business Meeting and Closing Session. Open to any conference attendant. [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel]

Rapporteurs: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia and Nelson Santana, Rutgers University

 

3:30pm Book Exhibits Closing

3:30-5:30pm Executive Board Meeting #2. Open to any conference attendant. [James Monroe Room, Omni Hotel] Rapporteurs: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia and Nelson Santana, Rutgers University

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