10 June 2016

IFLA Columbus 2016 Conference: Library History/ Multicultural Libraries session 192 Papers

By Dr Kerry Smith

The combined Library History/Multicultural Libraries session: Libraries and Immigrants: Historical Perspectives session for the IFLA 2016 conference in Columbus progresses with 3 of the 4 papers to be delivered now available on the IFLA Conference Website  where you will find, under Session 192

  • Spreading the roots: Origin of Jewish libraries in Argentina - Irene Münster, Universities at Shady Grove / University of Maryland Libraries, United States;
  • Recalling an Arab American Dream: The Story and Legacy of Ameen Rihani’s novel The Book of Khalid and The New York Public Library - Ray Pun, California State University, United States; and
  • From Saigon to Baton Rouge : East Baton Rouge Parish Library and Vietnamese Refugees, 1975-1985 - Suzanne Stauffer, Louisiana State University, United States. 
  • The 4th paper is on its way and we will let you know as soon as it becomes available. 

We hope to see you at Session 192 in Columbus!

Library History, Cultural heritage, Library history, Multicultural populations, United States of America

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