To improve the collecting of materials produced by or related to marginalized groups (women, racial and ethnic populations, laborers, migrants, refugees, political dissidents, prisoners, gays, squatters, children, religious minorities, etc.), their ideas, concerns and activities; to promote a better awareness of the nature of these materials, their significance, and how to go about obtaining them.
1. Gathers, organizes, and disseminates information on the documentation available.
2. Provides guidance on how to select and best acquire the material (criteria, vendors, non-commercial sources, field work).
3. Encourages and assists vendors in identifying and obtaining the non-traditional materials issued by marginated groups.
4. Develops and undertakes projects as appropriate.
5. Plans and executes conference programs.
For more information about the subcommittee contact Richard Phillips, email@example.com.
- Princeton University’s Latin American ephemera collections
- Mexican resources on migration issues (PDF)
Provided by Martín Sánchez, México Norte/Libros Mexicanos(SALALM 52, April 2007)
- Adresses des Editeurs et Distributeurs de Livres Haïtiens (PDF)
(Addresses of publishers and distributors of Haitian books)
Provided by Jean Wilfrid Bertrand, Archives Nationales d’Haiti, Director (SALALM 51, March 2006)