ICYMI: February 2018

UNAM pondrá en línea más de mil 300 documentos del 68 | La Jornada

Más de mil 300 documentos, fotografías y carteles relacionados con el movimiento estudiantil y la matanza del 2 de octubre de 1968 en México se podrán consultar en línea desde marzo, informó hoy la Universidad Nacional Autonóma de México (UNAM). Leer más

The rise of Bolivia’s indigenous ‘cholitas’ – in pictures | The Guardian

In Cholita’s Rise, the photographer Eduardo Leal has created an exhibition of work that portrays their accomplishments and celebrates their success while also looking to inspire others. Read more

The Elder Statesman of Latin American Literature — and a Writer of Our Moment | New York Times Magazine

Mario Vargas Llosa isn’t a household name among American readers. But at 81, he remains a literary and political colossus across the Spanish-speaking world, and his novels have never felt more relevant. Read more

El español en Estados Unidos | El País

Es necesario desarrollar políticas que secunden la defensa del bilingüismo. Leer más

10 Contemporary Afro-Latino Authors to Know | Latino Book Review

This Black History Month, we have put together a list of contemporary authors sparking discourses about identity and commemorating how Afro-Latino writers are passionate in capturing the essence of their individual experiences through literature, all while being part of a larger narrative that proves there is no singular experience for Latinos. Read more

Manhattan en Michoacán, historia de una exageración | El País

La semana pasada, medios de todo el mundo publicitaron el hallazgo de una gran ciudad precolombina en México. Arqueólogos consultados por EL PAÍS dicen que, de momento, no es para tanto. Leer más

Raúl Figueroa, director de F&G Editores: 25 años a contracorriente | El Cuaderno

Fundador de F&G Editores y Presidente del Gremio de Editores de Guatemala. Leer más

Montevideo será la ciudad invitada en Buenos Aires | Montevideo.gub.uy

Nuestra ciudad participará como Ciudad Invitada en la 44ª Feria Internacional del Libro de Buenos Aires que se desarrollará desde el 26 de abril al 14 de mayo en la capital argentina. Leer más

Nace la academia ‘nasionala’ del ladino en Israel | El País

Expertos en judeoespañol rubrican, en una convención organizada por la RAE, la creación de la institución para proteger este idioma. Leer más

El incierto futuro de miles de archivos e inéditos del cine chileno | El mostrador

Por casi 9 años el sitio CineChile.cl se consolidó como la enciclopedia del cine nacional y llegó a ser referencia para investigaciones y tesis, hasta el 31 de enero, cuando sus creadores tuvieron que cerrar la página web, bajando todo el contenido disponible. Leer más

El día en que robaron el alma mexicana | El País

La película ‘Museo’ reconstruye la sustracción de 140 piezas mayas del Museo de Antropología por dos estudiantes de Veterinaria en la Nochebuena de 1985. Leer más

Biblioteca de Mujeres de Madrid. La cruzada personal de Marisa Mediavilla | Crónica Global

Marisa Mediavilla, fundadora de la Biblioteca de Mujeres de Madrid, lleva años esperando encontrar un lugar donde poder depositar documentos históricos. Leer más

Tiene 98 años y es la bibliotecaria del pueblo | Soy Bibliotecario

Se llama Ninfa. Tiene 98 años y casi todos entre libros. Desde hace 68 maneja la única biblioteca de la ciudad de Tancacha, del departamento Tercero Arriba (Córdoba, Argentina). Leer más

Laser scanning reveals ‘lost’ ancient Mexican city ‘had as many buildings as Manhattan’ | The Guardian

Groundbreaking lidar scanning reveals the true scale of Angamuco, built by the Purépecha from about 900AD. Read more

If these walls could talk – El Paso County farm that served as processing center for Bracero Program evokes memories of a different era | Borderzine

This year marks the 76th anniversary of the Bracero Program, a labor program that allowed more than four million Mexican men to cross into the United States to work the fields after U.S. men went off to fight in World War II. The program ran from 1942 until 1964. Read more

Biblioteca Nacional do Brasil | Atlas Obscura

The largest library in Latin America owes its existence to an Old World earthquake and a Napoleonic invasion. Read more

“Estos son los primeros pasos de la novela histórica” | El País

La peruana Belinda Palacios habla de la leyenda negra de ‘Historia del huérfano’ y de su trabajo como editora del manuscrito. Leer más

Cerrará biblioteca de forma indefinida | Mural

La Biblioteca Iberoamericana Octavio Paz no abrirá sus puertas pronto. No hay fecha todavía para que el recinto regrese a su actividad normal luego del robo e incendio del que fue objeto el 29 de diciembre pasado. Leer más

Junot Díaz Gets Real | American Libraries

Pulitzer Prize–winner discusses his love—and tough love—for libraries. Read more

Forgotten 400-year-old Spanish book published for the first time – despite the rumour it’s cursed | The Telegraph

A 400-year-old novel charting imperial adventures in Spain’s Golden Age, long believed lost and rumoured to be cursed, has been published for the first time. Read more

Compran los últimos manuscritos de los «Episodios Nacionales» en manos privadas | ABC

El Cabildo de Gran Canaria ha adquirido los originales de «Un faccioso más y algunos frailes menos» (1879), «Zumalacárregui» (1898), «Mendizábal» (1898) y «Los ayacuchos» (1900). Leer más

Escritoras peruanas en la trinchera del feminismo | El País Semanal

Las escritoras peruanas se unen para abrirse paso entre el canon literario masculino y reivindicar que también existen. Leer más

Veteranos de papel retornan a casa: Los libros devueltos por Chile al Perú | Ojo público

A inicios de este año el historiador José Ragas tuvo el privilegio de ver una amplia colección de los 718 libros sustraídos del Perú durante la Guerra con Chile y devueltos por este en diciembre del 2017 a la Biblioteca Nacional. Leer más

 

 

Conference Registration, Scholarships, and Awards–Apply Now!


2018 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

MAY 1st …| 1 de mayo/maio …
Late registration | Inscripción tarde| Inscrição atrasada 2018 Conference: SALALM 63

SALALM Award for Institutional Collaborative Initiatives
For outstanding collaborative or partnership initiatives for projects involving institutions in Latin America, the Caribbean, or the Iberian Peninsula.
Para iniciativas sobresalientes de colaboración o asociación para proyectos que involucren instituciones en América Latina, el Caribe, o la Península Ibérica.
Para iniciativas de colaborações ou parcerias pendentes para projetos envolvendo instituições da América Latina, do Caribe, ou da Península Ibérica.

Dan C. Hazen SALALM Fellowship
For original scholarly research or professional development pertaining to Latin America, the Caribbean, or Iberia.
Para investigación académica original o desarrollo profesional perteneciente a América Latina, el Caribe, o Iberia.
Para pesquisa acadêmica original ou desenvolvimento profissional pertencente à América Latina, Caribe, ou Iberia.

José Toribio Medina Award
For outstanding contributions by SALALM members to Latin American Studies.
Para contribuciones sobresalientes de miembros de SALALM a Estudios Latinoamericanos.
Para contribuições extraordinárias dos membros da SALALM para estudos latino-americanos.

 

Interview with SALALM Scholarship Awardee: Lara Aase

When and where did you attend the annual SALALM conference?

Lara Aase with Xelena Gonzalez

The scholarship (thanks, SALALM!) covered my Charlottesville conference attendance in 2016, and my second conference was last year in Ann Arbor.

What was the most interesting or unexpected thing that you learned at the conference?

At Charlottesville, I was thrilled to meet a group of like-minded colleagues who were both professionally driven and simpaticxs (not an easy combination to find in academic circles!). At Ann Arbor, even people I hadn’t met before seemed like family.

How did you find out about the SALALM Scholarship?

At the beginning of my MLIS, I hunted down a professor with a great reputation as a mentor for prospective academic librarians and asked if she’d take me on. Her very first piece of advice was to join SALALM. Eventually I gathered my courage and the (minimal, student-rate) membership fee and joined, applying for the scholarship shortly after that.

Where did you earn your MLS/MLIS and what was your area of specialization?

I graduated from the iSchool at the University of Washington in 2016. The program didn’t have separate specialization tracks, but I knew early on that I wanted to focus on rare books and special collections. UW is strong in theory, research, and technology training, so I was lucky to be able to enhance my old-school rare book knowledge with new ideas about web access, user experience, and digital humanities.

What drew you to the field of librarianship/archival studies?

When I was in high school, I took a career inventory test that told me to be a librarian, but I didn’t listen until I’d been through two graduate programs in other fields and years of work as a freelance musician.

Despite having seven separate student jobs in university libraries, all along I thought I wanted to be a professor, because that’s what you do with a PhD. I started my doctoral program in Spanish Literature to work with paleography and old books, but somehow it didn’t occur to me until I was ABD that I was still hanging out in school because I liked libraries.

It took me another decade of library associate and technician jobs before I was ready to bite the bullet and get the MLIS. And then I discovered that I love finding information, organizing it, and getting it into the hands of people who need it. I used to think librarianship would be just a practical career choice, but now I’m continuously rediscovering that it’s a fascinating discipline.

How did you become interested in Latin America/Iberia?

My first non-English languages were French in high school and Italian in undergrad, and when I needed to add another language for my MA in Comp Lit I learned Spanish. One of my first courses was in medieval Spanish literature, which got me interested in paleography, which led to a job at the Spanish Colonial Research Center at UNM and later at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library in Toronto. Between graduate programs I lived in Costa Rica for a year. But I didn’t get past my “high affective filter” until I worked at a public library in Illinois doing Spanish-language programming.

Have you worked with a Latin American/Iberian archival or library collection? In what capacity?

My job at the Spanish Colonial Research Center involved indexing personal names, place names, and other subjects from 16th- and 17th-century New Mexican documents. At the University of Toronto I did Romance-language cataloging, mostly with Spanish materials, and at the Fisher Rare Book Library I dealt with acquisitions and descriptions of early published books in Portuguese as well as Spanish “hojas sueltas.” In Illinois I was the selector for Spanish and Latin American publications.

What is your current position?

I’m the solo librarian at the Center of Southwest Studies special collections library at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.

Was SALALM helpful in the development of your career? In what way?

Yes, both theoretically and practically. SALALM gave me something my MLIS program couldn’t: connection to academic librarians and library workers who speak a language other than English, who are concerned with library users not best served by mainstream collections, who have a vision beyond the U.S. SALALM is also an excellent network for hearing about job possibilities.

Photo: Lara Aase (left) with Xelena Gonzalez at ALA Midwinter, 2018

ICYMI: January 2018

Melissa Guy to Lead Benson Latin American Collection | University of Texas Libraries

Melissa Guy has been named Nettie Lee Benson Librarian and Director.Guy has served as Head of Collection Development for the Benson since November 2015. Prior to coming to the Benson, she was the subject specialist for Latin American and Iberian Studies at Arizona State University Libraries. Read more

ASU awarded Mellon grant to develop inclusive library print collections | The Library Channel

Arizona State University has been awarded a $380,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for a three-year implementation project to reinvent the library’s strategy and practice for open-stack print collections. Read more

Bogotá 39: voces para contar Latinoamérica | El País

La lista de autores del continente menores de 40 años que promueve el Hay Festival de Cartagena de Indias propone una ventana a lo que une y distancia a esta generación. Leer más

Claribel Alegría, una vida dedicada a la poesía | La Prensa

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The 50 Best Latin American Films of the 2000s | Remezcla

To celebrate an awesomely impressive first decade of filmmaking in the 21st century Cinema Tropical, that clever hub of all things cine Latino, undertook a huge survey project. Read more

Obituaries: Nicanor Parra, Chile’s eminent poet and ‘anti-poet,’ dies at 103 | The Washington Post

Nicanor Parra, an eminent Chilean scientist-turned-poet who revolutionized Latin American verse by rejecting its flowery diction and forging a stripped-down, confrontational and darkly comic form that he dubbed “anti-poetry,” died Jan. 23 at his home in the La Reina section of Santiago, Chile. Read more

Muere Nicanor Parra, el poeta que revolucionó la poesía hispanoamericana | La Tercera

El mayor del clan Parra, creador de la antipoesía, era el poeta vivo más importante de la lengua. Su libro Poemas y antipoemas, de 1954, marcó un quiebre con la tradición del continente. Leer más

El día que Lope de Vega escapó de su asesinato | El País

La Biblioteca Nacional compra por 400.000 euros un legajo de cartas autógrafas del escritor dirigidas a su amigo el duque de Sessa. Leer más

El ‘universo Ibargüengoitia’ sigue vivo en México | El País

Varios autores rememoran la vigencia del escritor, uno de los grandes retratistas de su país, fallecido en 1983 y del que se cumplen 90 de su nacimiento. Leer más

Amado e Drummond foram considerados para o Nobel de literatura em 67 | O Tempo

Documentos divulgados pela Academia Sueca revelam que os dois chegaram perto de vencer o prêmio. Leia mais

“Amazon es un gran depredador del ecosistema del libro” | Eterna Cadencia

Ante las versiones del posible establecimiento de Amazon en Argentina, conversamos con libreros y editores para que nos den un panorama. Leer más

Libros de 2018 con un pie en la calle | El País

Vargas Llosa, Murakami, Muñoz Molina, Aramburu o Poniatowska regresan en un ejercicio marcado por el recuerdo de Mayo del 68 y la revisión de las ideas de la Escuela de Fráncfort. Leer más

20 libros latinoamericanos de 2017 | El País

El PAÍS recomienda una selección de las mejores obras publicadas en México, Argentina y Colombia. Leer más

Los criterios de Indexación de SciELO se alinean con la comunicación en la ciencia abierta | SciELO

Los Criterios, política y procedimientos para la admisión y permanencia de revistas en la Colección ScieLO Brasil, fueron actualizados y pasarán a ser efectivos a partir de enero de 2018. Leer más

12 Essential Spanish-Language Female Authors | Publishers Weekly

Some of them are cult writers in their respective countries; some have gained recognition across the Spanish-speaking world but have yet to be fully accounted for in English. Read more

La segunda biblioteca americanista más importante de Europa está en Sevilla | El Diario

La Biblioteca de la EEHA es la segunda más importante en Europa sobre cuestiones americanistas. La historia de esta biblioteca está unida a la del propio centro que se fundó en 1942 en un primer momento como parte de la Universidad de Sevilla. Leer más

Recorriendo las entrañas de la biblioteca más grande de Latinoamérica | Gonzoo

Cada año 2 millones de personas visitan uno de los secretos mejor guardados de la Ciudad de México: la biblioteca Vasconcelos, la apuesta más grande por la cultura en la megalópolis absoluta. Read more

Los Rivero escapan por fin de la censura | El País

Una edición ilustrada recupera el texto original de la novela de Dolores Medio que ganó el Premio Nadal en 1952. Leer más

Iglesia entrega archivos de bautismos durante la dictadura argentina | DW

La Iglesia argentina confirmó hoy la difusión del registro de los bautismos de bebés nacidos en la Escuela de Mecánica de la Armada (ESMA), principal centro de detención ilegal de la dictadura. Leer más

El cómic como espacio de pensamiento y expresión cultural | RTVE

La catedrática Ana Merino publica Diez ensayos para pensar el cómic. Leer más

12 miradas sobre América Latina en 2017 | El País

EL ESPECTADOR presenta una lista de los largometrajes de ficción y documentales mejor valorados por la crítica de la región. Leer más

Sánchez Mejías regresa a los ruedos | El País

Un museo y el archivo personal del torero, escritor y amigo de los poetas del 27 abre sus puertas en Manzanares, donde recibió la cornada que acabó con su vida en 1934. Leer más

Newfound Pride in Guaraní, a Language Long Disdained in Paraguay | New York Times

Despite its widespread use — Paraguay is the only country in the Americas where the majority of the population speaks a single indigenous language — Guaraní has long been considered palatable for use on the streets and at home, but unsuitable in the spheres of power. Read more

Cerrará biblioteca de forma indefinida | Mural

La Biblioteca Iberoamericana Octavio Paz no abrirá sus puertas pronto. No hay fecha todavía para que el recinto regrese a su actividad normal luego del robo e incendio del que fue objeto el 29 de diciembre pasado. Leer más

La España afro es invisible | El País

Los afrodescendientes españoles se quejan de racismo e invisibilidad y reivindican la inclusión social y política. Leer más

El misterio del fabuloso manuscrito del Siglo de Oro que apareció en un archivo de Nueva York | ABC

Editan «Historia del Huérfano», una novela de 1620 que relata viajes y aventuras por América y Europa, cuyo original ha estado perdido durante siglos y apareció en la Hispanic Society. Leer más

Aniversarios literarios en 2018: de Arreola a Pita Amor | Milenio

Las celebraciones literarias comienzan con el centenario del nacimiento de José Luis Martínez, “el curador de las letras mexicanas”. Leer más

 

 

Second Presidential Message – SALALM 63

I hope the New Year finds everyone reinvigorated and ready to submit proposals for our 63rd annual meeting, hosted by Biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas at El Colegio de México in Mexico City, July 1-4, 2018. Please consult http://salalm2018.colmex.mx/ and instructions below.

This excellent SALALM 63 postcard reflects the design genius of Victor Cid Carmona and Valentin Ortiz Reyes, two members of our COLMEX Local Arrangements Team. Thank you both for depicting the Plaza de Tres Culturas (a site), with visible but eclipsed architectural manifestations (sites) of historical conflicts with visual/textual prompts (cites on sites) to specific contests or clashes, including the Olympic Games of 1968 and the Massacre of Tlatelolco. I hope these links inspire thinking around the Conference Theme S/Cites, Texts, and Voices in Critical Librarianship: Decolonizing Libraries and Archives.

My professional training leads me to introduce a selection of references (cites) in hopes of facilitating discussion around different perspectives. Theoretical grounding in “third space” also makes me look for unlikely intersections. Thanks to all who have already submitted proposals sharing your experiences and perceptions of different sites and cites. I hope the instructions below will encourage more of you to propose panels, round tables, workshops, paper presentations, rodas vivas and pop ups that discuss how our processes of selection, commodification, organization, description and assistance (reference, teaching, scouting) influence research and teaching on Latin America, Iberia and the Caribbean.

Exploration of questions including, but not limited to the following, are welcomed:

  1. How can we use contested space to explore how we influence significance, perspective, and critical reflection in our professions?
  2. How do our descriptions of resources or events reinforce or challenge meanings?
  3. How might we address the inequalities of access to electronic platforms and misperceptions about their provision of global resources?
  4. How does a s/cite’s symbolism or repeated appearance (or lack thereof) promote or hinder “impact” in our professions?
  5. What roles do standards and professional benchmarks play in collection building, cataloging, and curricular development?
  6. How does our work promote or hinder information empowerment and global information equality?
  7. How might alternative library and archival practices or tools foster equitable access?
  8. How do current funding structures affect our successes and failures?
  9. How can we foster critical reflection in our profession?

Español:

Espero que el Año Nuevo nos encuentre revigorizados y listos para presentar propuestas para nuestra 63 ª reunión anual, organizada por la biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas del Colegio de México en la ciudad de México, 1-4 de julio de 2018. Por favor, consulte http://salalm2018.colmex.mx/ y las instrucciones que se indican a continuación.

Esta excelente postal para SALALM 63 muestra el genio creativo de Víctor Cid Carmona y Valentín Ortiz Reyes, dos miembros del equipo local de arreglos en Biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas del Colegio de México. Gracias a ambos por representar la Plaza de Tres Culturas en sombra, con manifestaciones arquitectónicas visibles pero eclipsadas (sitios) por conflictos históricos con avisos visuales/textuales (cites en sitios) a enfrentamientos específicos, incluyendo los Juegos Olímpicos de 1968 y la Masacre de Tlatelolco. Espero que estos enlaces inspiren ideas en torno al tema de la Conferencia S/CITES, textos y voces en la biblioteca crítica: Descolonizando bibliotecas y archivos.

Mi formación profesional me lleva a introducir una selección de referencias (s/cites) con la esperanza de suscitar discusiones en torno a diferentes perspectivas. Un fundamento teórico en el análisis del “tercer espacio” me lleva a buscar intersecciones poco probables. Gracias a todos los que ya han presentado propuestas cuyo lugar común son las experiencias y percepciones de diferentes sitios y cites. Espero que las siguientes instrucciones animen a muchos más a proponer paneles, mesas redondas, talleres, presentaciones en papel, rodas vivas y “pop ups” para discutir cómo nuestros procesos de selección, comercialización, organización, descripción, y asistencia intervienen en la difusión y entendimiento de la información sobre Latinoamérica, la Península Ibérica y el Caribe.

Exploraciones de preguntas como las siguientes serán bienvenidas:

  1. ¿Cómo podemos usar las intersecciones y espacios en disputa para explorar cómo influimos la significación, la perspectiva y la reflexión crítica en nuestras profesiones?
  2. ¿De qué modo las descripciones y representaciones que provienen del mundo de las bibliotecas y los archivos fortalecen o amenazan su valor trascendental?
  3. ¿Cómo podríamos abordar las desigualdades de acceso a las plataformas electrónicas y las percepciones erróneas sobre suministro de recursos globales?
  4. ¿Cómo promueve u obstaculiza el “impacto” en nuestras profesiones el simbolismo de un lugar o la apariencia repetida de una referencia (o la falta de ellos)?
  5. ¿Qué papeles juegan los estándares profesionales en la construcción de colecciones, catalogación y desarrollo curricular?
  6. ¿Cómo promovemos o dificultamos el empoderamiento de la información y la igualdad global de la información en nuestro trabajo?
  7. ¿Será posible fomentar el acceso equitativo con prácticas alternativas en nuestras bibliotecas y archivos?
  8. ¿Cómo nuestra dependencia económica, en las actuales estructuras de financiamiento, afectan nuestros éxitos y fracasos?
  9. ¿Cómo podemos fomentar la reflexión crítica en nuestra profesión?

Português:

Espero que o ano novo encontre todos revigorados e prontos para apresentar propostas para 63ª conferência anual que será realizada na Cidade do México, de1-4 de julho de 2018, e sediada na Biblioteca Daniel Cosío Villegas do Colegio de México. Consulte http://salalm2018.colmex.mx/ e veja as instruções abaixo.

Este postal SALALM 63 se propõe a refletir sobre os gênios Victor Cid Carmona e Valentín Ortiz Reyes, dois membros da nossa equipe COLMEX. Estando agradecida a ambos por retratarem a Plaza de Tres Culturas (site) com manifestações arquitetônicas visíveis, mas eclipsadas (sítios) de conflitos históricos com referências visuais/textuais (cites in sites) a litígios ou confrontos específicos, incluindo os Jogos Olímpicos de 1968 e o Massacre de Tlatelolco. Espero que esses endereços eletrônicos (cites e sites) inspirem o pensamento em torno do tema da conferência, Sites / Citações, Textos e Vozes na Biblioteconomia Crítica: Descolonizando as Bibliotecas e Arquivos. 

O meu treinamento profissional leva-me a introduzir referências selecionadas (s/cites), na esperança de facilitar discussões em torno de diferentes perspectivas. Uma base teórica na análise do “terceiro espaço” também me faz sentir confortável com diferentes experiências e percepções híbridas. Obrigada a todos que já apresentaram propostas que compartilham as suas experiências e percepções sobre diferentes sites e citações. Espero que as seguintes instruções incentivem-nos muitos mais a propor painéis, mesas-redondas, workshops, apresentações, rodas vivas e pop-ups que discutem como nossos processos de seleção, mercantilização, organização, descrição e assistência estruturam a pesquisa e o ensino sobre a América Latina, a Península Ibérica e o Caribe.

Explorações de perguntas como as seguintes serão bem-vindas:

  1. Como podemos usar interseções e espaços disputados para explorar como influenciamos o significado, a perspectiva e a reflexão crítica em nossas profissões?
  2. Como nossas descrições de recursos reforçam ou desafiam significados?
  3. Como podemos abordar as desigualdades de acesso a plataformas eletrônicas e as percepções errôneas sobre a disposição dos recursos globais?
  4. Como o “impacto” em nossas profissões promove ou dificulta o simbolismo de um lugar ou a aparência repetida de uma referência (ou falta dela)?
  5. Qual é o papel dos benchmarks profissionais padronizados na compilação de acervos, na catalogação e no desenvolvimento curricular?
  6. Como promovemos ou impedimos o empoderamento da informação e a igualdade de informação global em nosso trabalho?
  7. As práticas ou ferramentas alternativas de biblioteconomia e arquivamento podem promover acesso equitativo?
  8. Como as estruturas de financiamento atuais afetam nosso êxito ou fracasso?
  9. Como podemos estimular a reflexão crítica sobre a nossa profissão?

Proposal Instructions/ Instruciones para propuestas/ Instruções para propostas

Indicate your proposed format from the list below and send the respective information

To: Suzanne Schadl, schadl@unm.edu by
 
15 February 2018
 
With subject line: SALALM2018.colmex.
You will be notified of acceptance by 15 March 2018.

Indique el formato propuesto de la lista siguiente y envíe la información correspondiente
a Suzanne Schadl, schadl@unm.edu antes del
 
15 de febrero de 2018
 
Con el asunto: SALALM2018.colmex.
Los resultados se darán a conocer el 15 de marzo de 2018.
Indique o formato proposto da lista a seguir e envie a informação correspondente
A Suzanne Schadl, schadl@unm.edu antes do
 
15 de fevereiro de 2018
 
Com o assunto: SALALM2018.colmex.
Os resultados serão anunciados em 15 de março de 2018.
Workshops = Hands on interactive instruction and problem solving

Title

Names and affiliations of facilitators

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract/Overview: 250 words

Example of how this workshop addresses intersections or contested space:

Talleres = prácticos para ensenar y resolver problemas profesionales

Título

Nombres y afiliaciones de los facilitadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (ordenador y proyector/varios ordenadores)

Resumen: 250 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo este taller aborda las intersecciones o espacios en disputa:

Oficina prática = para ensinar e resolver problemas profissionais

Título

Nomes e afiliações de facilitadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 250 palavras

Exemplo de como esta oficina prática aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa:

RoundTable = Discussions of issues facilitated by varied participants

Title

Names and affiliations of facilitators

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract/Overview: 250 words

Example of how this roundtable addresses intersections or contested space:

Mesa Redonda = Discusión de temas facilitados por variados participantes

Título

Nombres y afiliaciones de los participantes

Requisitos tecnológicos (computadora y proyector / computadoras múltiples)

Resumen: 250 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo esta mesa redonda aborda las intersecciones o espacios en disputa

Mesa redonda = Discussão de tópicos fornecidos por vários participantes

Título

Nomes e afiliações dos participantes

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 250 palavras

Exemplo de como esta tabela redonda aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa:

Multiple paper panels = 3-5 presenters offering (in 15-20 minutes) papers for publication in SALALM proceedings

Title Panel

Titles Individual Papers

Names and affiliations of presenters

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract/Overview of panel: 500 words

Example of how this panel addresses intersections or contested space:

Panel de papeles múltiples = 3-5 los presentadores con la intención de ofrecer (en 15-20 minutos) ensayos para publicación en los procedimientos de SALALM

Título del panel

Títulos de trabajos individuales

Nombres y afiliaciones de presentadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (computadora y proyector / computadoras múltiples)

Resumen: 500 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo este panel aborda las intersecciones o espacios en disputa

Painéis com múltiplas apresentações = 3-5 apresentadores com a intenção de oferecer (em 15-20 minutos) ensaios para publicação nos procedimentos da SALALM

Título do painel

Títulos de trabalhos individuais

Nomes e afiliações de apresentadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 500 palavras

Exemplo de como esse painel aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa:

Multiple Rodas Vivas = 5-7 presenters sharing (in 7 minutes or less) projects, problems, questions they address in their work. Photo essays of these Rodas Vivas can be submitted for publication in SALALM proceedings

Title Panel

Titles individual presentations

Names and affiliations of presenters

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract/Overview of panel: 250 words

Example of how this Roda Viva addresses intersections or contested space:

Paneles con múltiples rodas vivas = 5-7 presentadores compartiendo proyectos, problemas, preguntas de su trabajo en 7 minutos. Los ensayos fotográficos de estos Rodas Vivas pueden ser presentadas para publicación en los procedimientos de SALALM

Título de panel

Títulos de trabajos individuales

Nombres y afiliaciones de presentadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (computadora y proyector / computadoras múltiples)

Resumen: 250 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo Roda Viva aborda las intersecciones o espacios en disputa

<Painéis com várias rodas vivas = 5-7 apresentadores compartilhando projetos, problemas, perguntas de seu trabalho em 7 minutos. Ensaios fotográficos destes painéis podem ser apresentados para publicação nos procedimentos SALALM

Painel de título

Títulos de trabalhos individuais

Nomes e afiliações de apresentadores

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 500 palavras

Exemplo de como esse painel aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa:

Individual Roda Viva Presentations = 7-minute-presentation sharing work-related projects, problems and questions

Title of presentation

Name and affiliation of presenter

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract: 100 words

Example of how this Roda Viva address intersections or contested space:

Presentaciones individuales de Roda Viva = Presentaciones de 7 minutos para compartir proyectos, problemas y preguntas relacionados con el trabajo

Título

Nombre y afiliación de presentador

Requisitos tecnológicos (computadora y proyector / computadoras múltiples)

Resumen: 100 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo esta roda viva aborda las intersecciones o espacios en disputa

Apresentação individual de Roda Viva = apresentações de 7 minutos para compartilhar projetos, problemas e questões relacionadas ao trabalho

Título

Nome e afiliação do apresentador

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 100 palavras

Exemplo de como esta apresentação aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa:

Individual Paper presentation = 15-20 minute-presentation of a paper that could be submitted for publication in SALALM proceedings

Title of presentation

Name and affiliation of presenter

Technology Requirements (computer and projector/multiple computers)

Abstract: 150 words

Example of how this paper addresses intersections or contested space:

Presentaciones individuales de papel = presentación de 15-20 minutos de un ensayo que podría ser presentada para publicación en los procedimientos SALALM

Título

Nombre y afiliación de presentador

Requisitos tecnológicos (computadora y proyector / computadoras múltiples)

Resumen: 150 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo esta presentación aborda las intersecciones espacios en disputa

Apresentação de papel individual = Apresentação de 15-20 minutos de um ensaio que poderia ser apresentado para publicação nos procedimentos SALALM

Título

Nome e afiliação do apresentador

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 150 palavras

Exemplo de como esta apresentação aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa

Pop-ups –temporary visual or oral interventions offered in opportune spaces. Physical pieces can be submitted for publication in SALALM proceedings

Title

Name and affiliation of presenter/artist

Technology Requirements

Abstract: 100 words

Example of how this pop up addresses intersections or contested space:

Pop-ups –visual o auditiva temporal intervenciones ofrecidos en espacios oportunos

Título

Nombre y afiliación del presentador

Requisitos tecnológicos

Abstracto: 100 palabras

Ejemplo de cómo este pop up aborda las intersecciones espacios en disputa:

 

Pop-ups – intervenções auditivas visuais ou temporárias oferecidas em espaços oportunos

Título

Nome e afiliação do apresentador

Requisitos tecnológicos (computador e projetor / vários computadores)

Resumo: 150 palavras

Exemplo de como esta apresentação aborda interseções ou espaço em disputa

 

 

Suzanne M. Schadl, PhD
Associate Professor/Curator
Latin American Collections, UNM Libraries
President (2017-2018), Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials
Schedule an appointment

Esperanza Bravo de Varona Chair Cuban Heritage Collection University of Miami Libraries

The University of Miami Libraries (UML) invites applications and nominations for the Esperanza Bravo de Varona Chair of the Cuban Heritage Collection (CHC). The UML is seeking a chair who will provide strategic vision, direction and administrative oversight for the CHC.  This position provides an inspirational, collaborative, and enthusiastic leader an excellent opportunity to work in an environment with a deep respect for scholarship and a vibrant vision of the academic special collections library in the 21st century.  This is a rare opportunity to steward one of the world’s great diasporic collections at an academic research library and contribute meaningfully to the preservation and study of Cuba and the Cuban diaspora.

Located in the Roberto C. Goizueta Pavilion in Richter Library in the heart of the University of Miami’s Coral Gables campus, the CHC has been built over time to become known as the preeminent international resource for researchers in Cuban studies and the Cuban experience.  The CHC is also deeply involved with the Cuban community in the Miami area and values the long-standing, meaningful relationships that have made the breadth and depth of the collection possible.  The next Chair will continue to develop the research strength of the CHC and deepen its presence in this community.  In addition, the next Chair will take a leadership role in developing and implementing a strategy for increasing the CHC’s national and international engagement.

The Esperanza Bravo de Varona Chair of the Cuban Heritage Collection will provide program direction and managerial oversight for the Collection’s operations, activities, and services. The Chair will also be responsible for the development and achievement of CHC fundraising goals, promotional activities and all relevant advancement initiatives in partnership with the Libraries Administration and the University Advancement office. The CHC staff includes two faculty (a librarian and an archivist) and four paraprofessional staff, as well as student employees, interns and volunteers.

The successful candidate will have a deep interest in and passion for the CHC collection and the knowledge required to continue building distinctive collections documenting Cuba and the Cuban diaspora. The ideal candidate will have experience with academic research libraries within special collections, possessing an understanding of the key issues confronting special and area studies collecting in a large academic research university setting. The position requires the ability to work successfully in both academic and community settings to promote the CHC, fundraise, and develop appropriate innovative programming.  This person will be an excellent communicator and relationship-builder with a variety of constituents including faculty, researchers, staff, senior university administrators, donors, and the Cuban diaspora.  Supervision and mentorship of the CHC faculty and staff is also crucial to this role, along with the ability to oversee all administrative aspects of the CHC.

All inquiries, nominations/referrals, and applications, including a curriculum vitae and letter of interest that is responsive to the challenges above, should be sent electronically and in confidence to:

Beverly Brady
Michael O’Shea
Isaacson, Miller
263 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210
www.imsearch.com/6259

The University of Miami is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. The University has a strong commitment to diversity and encourages applications from candidates of diverse cultural backgrounds.

Head, Distinctive Collections at Arizona State University

Are you ready to lead distinctive collections at the most innovative university in the country?

Ranked #1 for innovation three years in a row by U.S. News and World Report, Arizona State University has become the foundational model for a new paradigm for public higher education – committed to access, excellence and impact – and is now actively engaged in building a new library for the 21st century. ASU Library, serving as a critical gateway to ASU’s growing research and knowledge enterprise, works to collaborate, educate and innovate across disciplines, communities and technologies, while leveraging key research and learning opportunities that are unique to ASU.

ASU Library seeks a highly motivated, collaborative, and service-oriented collections development and management professional to lead the Distinctive Collections team in the strategy, planning, policy development, donor relationship development, and management of distinctive collections, both print and digital.  This position also provides leadership and vision for a community-focused approach to the selection, organization, and ongoing management of distinctive collections housed in ASU Libraries’ closed stacks, including rare books and manuscripts and portions of the Greater Arizona, Chicano Research, Latin American, Music, Design, and Child Drama & Theater collections. The successful candidate will actively seek strategic partnerships with local, state, national, and international entities to further the work of ASU Library and align our collections with the needs of the ASU community and the goals and mission of Arizona State University. S/he is also responsible for hiring, training, and evaluating personnel within this unit, including a team of curators and archives specialists.

A focus of the position is to work closely with key stakeholders to define distinctive collections development policies and processes; determine preservation, conservation, and reformatting priorities; steward donor relationships; manage distinctive collections documentation; and develop and oversee reference services for rare, unique, and archival materials. The successful candidate will work closely with other units to ensure exemplary preservation protocols and closed stacks management, efficient and appropriate acquisition and processing, and alignment with Library and University initiatives. S/he will use innovative approaches to problem solving and collection assessment tools for data analysis and decision making.

ASU Library is a strong supporter of student success and a critical partner in realizing the New American University mission of access, excellence and impact. Success at ASU is measured not by whom we exclude, but rather by whom we include and how they succeed.

A center of energy, imagination and innovation, ASU Library is home to nine library facilities across five ASU campus locations – providing students and faculty access to millions of information resources, world-class collections, outstanding study spaces, advanced data centers and a suite of makerspaces and creative services. More information about the library can be found at lib.asu.edu.

Required Qualifications:

  • MLS/MLIS from an ALA accredited institution or advanced degree in a relevant field
  • 6 or more years of experience working in collection development and management in an academic or research institution or archives
  • Experience supervising staff

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience in selecting and managing rare books, special collections, or archival materials
  • Experience in writing successful grants
  • Experience facilitating project teams and/or working groups
  • Proficiency using spreadsheets and data analysis tools to make decisions and/or communicate to a variety of stakeholders.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Salary and Rank: This is a continuing appointment track Academic Professional position; Associate/Full Librarian and salary dependent upon experience.

Application Procedures: Application packet consists of a cover letter, comprehensive vita or resume, and names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of 3 recent professional references.  The application should be sent as a single (one) complete electronic file to Lillie Johnson.  Questions about the position and search should be directed to Lorrie McAllister, Associate University Librarian for Collections and Strategy.

Application Deadline: Application deadline is February 7, 2018; applications will be reviewed weekly thereafter until the search is closed.

Other Information: Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.  A background check is required for employment.  For more information regarding ASU and the visit our web site: www.asu.edu.  For the Tempe and/or Phoenix area, please visit www.visitarizona.com.

Arizona State University is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  Women and minorities are welcomed and encouraged to apply.

In Memoriam Prof. Carl Deal

In Memoriam Prof. Carl Deal

 

Dr. Antonio Sotomayor

Assistant Professor and Librarian of Latin American and Caribbean Studies

September 2017

 

Emeritus Professor Carl Deal, the first University of Illinois’s Latin American and Caribbean Studies Librarian, passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, at Carle Foundation Hospital, Urbana. He was 86. Professor Deal completed an M.A. in Latin American Studies at Mexico City College and an M.S. in library science at Kansas State Teachers’ College. A preeminent leader in the field of Latin American and Caribbean Studies and academic libraries, Professor Deal leaves behind a legacy and a professional track-record difficult to replicate. Before coming to Urbana, he held positions in the Kansas State Historical Society, the Wichita Public Library and the University of Kansas Library, where he directed the student exchange program with the University of Costa Rica. In 1965, he joined the faculty of the University of Illinois as its first Latin American and Caribbean librarian, where he helped build the university’s Latin American and Caribbean collection into a premier academic repository, which today ranks among the top 3 in the nation with almost one million volumes in numerous languages and formats. In 1970, Professor Deal became the second president of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM), the premier association of Latin American librarians. During the academic year 1972-1973, he served as Director of Illinois’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), and from 1978 to 1982 as Executive Director of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) when the Secretariat moved to Urbana.

Professor Deal was among the pioneers in establishing close collaborative relations with Latin American vendors in the field to acquire academic library material for research universities in the United States, which eventually became the “Blanket plans.” Throughout his career, Mr. Deal set and achieved a high standard of excellence in bibliographic and academic research. He is the author of works such as:

  • Latin America and the Caribbean: A Dissertation Bibliography. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms International, 1978.
  • “The Latin American Microform Project: The First Decade.” Microform Review vol.15 (Winter 1986): 22-27.
  • Academic Publishing in Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico: SALALM Secretariat, General Library, University of New Mexico, 1992.
  • Academic publishing in Ecuador. Albuquerque, New Mexico: SALALM Secretariat, General Library, University of New Mexico, 1994.

From Prof. Deal’s obituary we have the following special notes: “He retired from the UI in 1995 after more than a decade as director of Library Collections. In retirement, he continued his work to advance a system of regional cooperation to help smaller institutions around the world gain access to the resources of major library collections. This was consistent with his core personal belief that all people are equally deserving of the same respect and opportunities. Carl was passionate about social justice and always eager to engage with the issues of the day. He was an active participant in life. He knew the opportunities to love and to be loved were precious and unique. During his last days, he advised his family: ‘Life is full of love, fun and adventure, but you have to make it happen. God help us if we ever forget love. It’s the thing that moves us forward.’”

Personally, Don Carlos was a valued mentor, good friend, and my third abuelo. We spent hours talking about the profession, Puerto Rico and Latin America, his good old friends from SALALM, research, but most importantly, family. He always made sure to ask about my family, how they were doing, and loved seeing pictures of us. You could tell how clear it was for him that the most important thing in life was family and people. Everything else was secondary. I never took for granted that he was still among us and each time I saw him at his house, at a social event, or in town, I thought to myself how lucky I was to be talking with a legend and a leader of Latin American and Caribbean librarianship.

Early in my position Don Carlos and Yolanda sent the library a donation to help in the acquisition of material for the collection. I always and sincerely appreciate anybody’s donation to our collection. But receiving one from Prof. Deal was special. I took extra time to honor him in a thank you letter, which I would like to share now as a tribute to a great professional, noteworthy leader, but most of all, a kind friend. Que descanse en paz el gran Don Carl Deal.

“Muy estimado Profesor don Carlos,

It is with great honor and admiration that I write this letter of appreciation for your generous gift of $100 to the University of Illinois Library. I sincerely appreciate your donation, yet I also humbly express my profound gratitude for the work you did as the first Latin American and Caribbean Librarian in our University Library. As I take charge of this magnificent collection, I often stop and admire the vastness of our holdings and recognize time and again the leadership it took to build it, much of it under your wise and pioneering stewardship. Your leadership was not confined to the University Library at Illinois, but also nationwide and reaches the broadest corners in US academia and higher education. In a time where Latin American and the Caribbean entailed an integral part in US academic inquiry and teaching, you led the field and set examples of excellence in bibliographic and research endeavors, continuing to make Illinois a special place to study Latin America. As we move forward into the twenty-first century, and Latin America and the Caribbean enter a new and equally exciting phase, I am confident in my stewardship of our collection knowing that thanks to you it is as strong as any in the US, and the world for that matter. Your gift of $100 is greatly appreciated. However, your gift in building this extraordinary collection is a generous testament of intellectual excellence, professional commitment, and significant service.”

Rachel Schneiderman

A strong linguist, Rachel Schneiderman was active in SALALM and at UF Libraries in a number of capacities ; she was a warm and caring person ; a delightful and pleasant individual, Rachel bonded with colleagues quickly, and sincerely ; she loved cycling, and rode her bicycle in Gainesville to and from our campus.

We worked with her on a number of projects, and she was an enthusiastic team member.
I truly admired her solid knowledge of languages and cultures.

 

This is sad news ; she will be missed.

Richard Phillips
U of Florida

ICYMI: November/December and FIL Guadalajara 2017

Dear all,

Thanks for your patience and get ready to catch up on what you (and I) may have missed these past months. This is the last post of the year and in the new year ICYMI will return on a monthly basis. Wishing you all happy holidays and a happy new year.

Homenaje al bibliotecario FIL 2017: Micaela Chavez, Biblioteca Daniel Cossio Villegas, El Colegio De México. ¡Enhorabuena Micaela!

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