1 SALALM LIX Radisson Downtown Hotel Salt Lake City, Utah May 10-14, 2014 WHO ARE WE REALLY?: LATIN AMERICAN FAMILY, LOCAL AND MICRO-REGIONAL HISTORIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON UNDERSTANDING OURSELVES You are cordially invited to attend the 59 th annual meeting of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM). SALALM 59, titled Who Are We Really?: Latin American Family, Local and Micro-Regional Histories and Their Impact on Understanding Ourselves will focus on family, local and micro-regional historical resources and their place in scholarship and how they inform the discussion on genealogical data, racial & ethnic identity and how that perceived identity conflicts with perceptions of governments. In particular, the conference will examine how libraries are discovering, acquiring, organizing, and promoting these historical resources; how scholars are using them to provide context for understanding macro-level socioeconomic, historic and demographic patterns in Latin America; and how interested individuals are using these primary and secondary resources to understand themselves. Panels will include scholarly presentations related to the conference theme and will also include papers on practical issues of librarianship related to the topic. Brigham Young University s Harold B. Lee Library will be the host of SALALM LIX. Fax, mail or scanned forms to: Carol Avila, SALALM 59 Tulane University The Latin American Library 422 Howard Tilton Memorial Library 7001 Freret Street New Orleans, LA Fax: For more information, visit the conference website: < For program content, contact Roberto Delgadillo, at For local arrangements, contact John B. Wright For exhibit information, contact Mark L. Grover
2 Registration Form SALALM 59 May 10-14, 2014 Radisson Downtown Salt Lake City Hotel Salt Lake City, Utah Registration forms with payment (check, credit card or PayPal) must be received by April 10, 2014 in order to qualify for pre-registration rates. Checks must be made out in US dollars drawn on banks with US branches and made payable to SALALM. PayPal payments are accepted only in US dollars at NAME: Last First Middle initial INSTITUTIONAL NAME: MAILING ADDRESS: TELEPHONE: Work Personal Mobile FAX: New SALAM Member? First Time SALALM Attendee? REGISTRATION FEE: Pre-registration SALALM personal members* $ Non-members $ Students $ One Day registration $ Onsite/Late registration $ One-day registrations for unregistered guests attending Monday day trip $ 30.00/each Unregistered guests attending Libreros reception $ 30.00/each Credit card handling fee $ 5.00 TOTAL $ *Institutional membership does not qualify for the reduced rate unless it is a personally owned library or publishing house that pays institutional membership fees. Exhibitors must register for the conference if they plan to attend conference sessions and/or committees FORM OF PAYMENT Check Visa MasterCard Paypal Credit card number: Expiration date: Security code: Signature Mail this form and payment to: Program Coordinator: Carol Avila, SALALM Secretariat, Tulane University, The Latin American Library, 422 Howard Tilton Memorial Library, 7001 Freret Street, New Orleans, LA Phone: , Fax: ,
3 Exhibitor Registration Form SALALM 59 May 10-14, 2014 Radisson Downtown Salt Lake City Hotel Salt Lake City, Utah Registration forms with payment (check, credit card or PayPal) must be received by April 10, 2014 in order to qualify for pre-registration rates. Checks must be made payable to SALALM and must be made in US dollars drawn on banks with US branches. PayPal payments are accepted only in US dollars at Exhibitors must register for the conference if they plan to attend conference sessions and/or committees. Exhibitor 1: First Name Last Name: Exhibitor 2: First Name: Last Name: Name of your company: Mailing address: (Street) (City) (State) (Zip) (Country) ( address) _ (Daytime telephone) (Fax) Registration fees for SALALM 59: Six-foot space/table & chairs SALALM members $275/each Six-foot space/table & chairs Non-members $400/each Contribution: Co-sponsoring of Libreros reception (recommended) $300 Advertising packets (one-page flyers) Advertising packets (catalogues) Non-participant guests attending Libreros reception Non-participant guests attending Monday trip $100/each $300/each $30/each $30/each Credit card handling fee $5 Total payment: Shipping materials in advance? Yes No (see other side of page) If yes, how many boxes? Form of payment: Check Visa MasterCard Credit card number: Expiration date: Security code: Signature Receipt will be included in your registration packet. Mail form and payment to: Carol Avila, SALALM 59, Tulane University, The Latin American Library, Howard Tilton Memorial Library, Room 422, 7001 Freret Street, New Orleans, LA If paying with credit card, fax form to Carol Avila Please indicate any special accommodations you may need: Free WiFi and electrical access are available in exhibition hall. For more information, contact Mark Grover at For special sponsorship opportunities contact John B. Wright at
4 SHIPPING AND STORAGE OF MATERIALS: Packages for meetings may be delivered to the Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown THREE DAYS prior to the meeting date, WITH PRIOR NOTIFICATION AND APPROVAL FROM YOUR HOTEL REPRESENTATIVE: Devan Hamilton Convention Services Manager D: F: E: The following information should be included on all packages: SALALM Devan Hamilton [Name of Exhibitor] May 10-14, 2014 Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown 215 West South Temple Salt Lake City, UT Clients are responsible for return shipping of all packages and can work this out with the hotel. ALL GUEST PACKAGES sent to the Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown WILL BE SUBJECT TO A $4.00 HANDLING FEE PER PACKAGE and will be received and stored by our Security Department until time of delivery. Larger shipments, such as pallets, will be weighed and charged by the pound. These charges will be paid to the hotel by individual exhibitors. SALALM WILL NOT PAY FOR THIS SERVICE. PARKING Parking is available to the hotel guests at a cost of $6.00 per day for self-parking, $6.00 per day for overnight parking and $15.00 per day for valet parking. These charges will be paid individually to the hotel. SALALM WILL NOT PAY FOR THIS SERVICE.
5 Formulario de Inscripción para Expositores SALALM Mayo, 2014 Radisson Downtown de Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah La fecha límite para recibir el formulario de inscripción para expositores, junto con el pago (cheque o tarjeta de crédito), es el día 10 de April, 2014 para recibir el descuento del precio de pre-inscripción. Los cheques deben hacerse a nombre de SALALM en dólares estadounidenses girados en bancos con sucursal en los EE.UU. Los pagos en PayPal deben de hacerse solamente en dólares estadounidenses en Los expositores deben inscribirse en la conferencia si desean asistir a las reuniones de la conferencia y/o participar en comités. Expositor 1: Nombre: Apellido: Expositor 2: Nombre: Apellido: Nombre de su compañía: Dirección (Calle): (Ciudad) (Estado) (Código Postal) (País) (Correo Electrónico) (Teléfono Diurno) (Fax) Cargos de Inscripción para SALALM 59: Mesa de 6 pies (1.8 m) y sillas Miembros de SALALM $275/each Mesa de 6 pies (1.8 m) y sillas No-miembros $400/each Cuota para anfitriones de la recepción de los Libreros (recomendado) $300 Paquetes de publicidad (hojas volantes) Paquetes de publicidad (catálogos) Invitados no-participantes que asistirán a la recepción de los Libreros Invitados no-participantes que asistirán al viaje del Lunes $100/each $300/each $30/each $30/each Uso de tarjeta de crédito $5 Total: Enviará material con anticipación? Sí No (Ver el otro lado de la página) Caso sí, Cuantas cajas? Forma de Pago: Cheque Paypal Visa Mastercard Número de tarjeta de crédito: Fecha de vencimiento: Código de seguridad: Firma Recibirá el recibo de pago en su paquete de inscripción. Remita el formulario de inscripción y el pago a: Carol Avila, SALALM 59, Tulane University, The Latin American Library, Howard Tilton Memorial Library, Room 422, 7001 Freret Street, New Orleans, LA Si desea pagar con tarjeta de crédito, enviar este formulario por fax a: Carol Avila, Favor indicar si necesita alguna acomodación especial: Tenemos disponible acceso a Internet y conectores eléctricos. Para mayor información contactar a Mark Grover at Para otras oportunidades de patrocinio contactar con John Wright at
6 TRANSPORTE Y ALMACENAMIENTO DE MATERIALES: Los paquetes para la conferencia pueden ser enviados al Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown TRES DÍAS antes de la fecha de la conferencia, CON PREVIA NOTIFICACIÓN Y APROBACIÓN DEL REPRESENTANTE DEL HOTEL: Devan Hamilton Gerente de Servicios de Convenciones D: F: : 9282 E: Deberá incluir la siguiente información en los paquetes: SALALM Devan Hamilton [Nombre del expositor] Mayo de 2014 Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown 215 West South Temple Salt Lake City, UT Los clientes son responsables del envío de regreso de todos sus paquetes y esto lo pueden arreglar con el hotel. TODOS LOS PAQUETES enviados al Hotel Radisson de Salt Lake City Downtown están SUJETOS A UNA TARIFA DE $4.00 DE MANEJO POR PAQUETE y serán recibidos y almacenados por el Departamento de seguridad hasta el momento de la entrega. Envíos más grandes, tales como paletas, serán pesados y cobrados por libra. Estos cargos serán a cobrados al expositor individualmente. SALALM NO PAGARÁ POR ESTE SERVICIO. ESTACIONAMIENTO Estacionamiento está disponible para los huéspedes del hotel a un costo de $6.00 por día para estacionamiento, $6.00 por día para estacionamiento nocturno y $15.00 por día para el servicio de estacionamiento valet. Estos cargos serán pagados individualmente al hotel. SALALM NO PAGARÁ POR ESTE SERVICIO.
7 SALALM LIX, May 10-14, 2014, Salt Lake City, Utah In 1847, Brigham Young led a group of pioneers to the Salt Lake Valley and pronounced, This is the right place. In 1994, Salt Lake City was the right place for SALALM XXXIX. In 2002 the world came to Salt Lake City for the Winter Olympics. It was the right place. In 2014, Salt Lake City is the right place again for SALALM LIX. To learn more about Salt Lake City, please visit HOTEL: Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown, 215 W South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT Phone: This hotel is fabulously located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake. It is a short 11- minute taxi ride from the Salt Lake City International Airport. The commuter light rail (TRAX) runs right in front of the Radisson and costs $2.50 to and from the Airport. The stop is half a block from the hotel. We have a block of 75 rooms reserved for SALALM LIX: Single and Double, $129; Triple, $139; Quadruple, $149, per night. This conference rate will be available 3 days prior to the conference and 3 days after the conference. All the meeting rooms are available free if we fill up the block of rooms. Please stay at the Radisson. The special conference rate also entitles those who drive a car to park at the hotel for $6.00 per day. To check out the hotel and its amenities and make reservations please visit: DINING: The Radisson houses Copper Canyon Grill House & Tavern, a great place to spend time with colleagues and friends. The Radisson is also located midway between two beautiful pedestrian malls that provide dining and entertainment (and shopping, of course). The Gateway is 2 blocks west and includes 14 restaurants. Please visit for more details. City Creek is 2 blocks east and includes 20 restaurants. Please visit for more details. CONFERENCE: SALALM LIX will mostly take place at the Radisson. All committee meetings and sessions will be located on the 2 nd floor. The exhibits will be in Wasatch Rooms 3 & 4, located right next to the meetings rooms. One afternoon, conference participants will travel to the Brigham Young University campus (please visit and and hold a panel in the Harold B. Lee Library auditorium. We will then have the host reception and then travel on to Park City (please visit where participants can spend the evening on their own, walking Park City s main street and trying out the local restaurants and microbreweries. We will return to Salt Lake
8 City beginning at 9:30 p.m. The Mormon Tabernacle, home of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, is located very near the hotel. You can take in a broadcast Sunday morning or listen to a rehearsal if you stay around on Thursday. Also close by is the Family History Library. VISITING UTAH: Utah offers all SALALM LIX participants a rare opportunity to be in the desert, float on a salt lake, climb and hike the Wasatch mountains or visit several National Parks and Monuments. Utah is home to the Little Sahara Sand Dunes, the Great Salt Lake, the Wasatch mountain range (as well as others) which include many national forests and wilderness areas. Additionally, Bryce Canyon, Zion Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands, and Arches National Parks are all within a day s travel and provide breathtaking scenery and vistas. Also close by are Yellowstone to the north and the Grand Canyon to the south. While you are here, you may want to take advantage of these places and go for a visit. Please visit for more information.
9 Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials LIX Salt Lake City, Utah, May 10-14, 2014 Who Are We Really? Latin American Family, Local and Micro-Regional Histories and Their Impact on Understanding Ourselves Harold B. Lee Library Brigham Young University
10 SALALM Executive Board President Vice President/President-Elect Past President Treasurer Executive Director Roberto C. Delgadillo University of California, Davis Luis A. González Indiana University Martha E. Mantilla University of Pittsburgh Peter T. Johnson Princeton University, retired Hortensia Calvo Tulane University Members-at-Large Paul S. Losch ( ) University of Florida Mary Jo Zeter ( ) Michigan State University Paloma Celis-Carbajal ( ) University of Wisconsin-Madison Daisy V. Domínguez ( ) The City College of New York Libraries (CUNY) Melissa Gasparotto ( ) Rutgers University Sócrates Silva ( ) University of California, Santa Barbara Rapporteur Generals Craig Schoerer University of West Georgia Suzanne M. Schadl University of New Mexico
11 Local Arrangements Committee Brigham Young University John B. Wright, Chair Mark L. Grover Cali O Connell Selma Alexandre Richard D. Hacken Chris Ramsey Wendy Duran Diana Harter Marianne Siegmund Thom. Edlund SALALM Scholarship Recipients Fall Semester 2013 Theresa E. Polk, University of Maryland, College Park Nelson Santana, Drexel University Spring Semester 2014 Emily Bulger, The University of Texas at Austin Kathryn Darnall, The University of Texas at Austin ENLACE Becarios Silvana Jacqueline Aquino Remigio, Biblioteca España de las Artes del Centro Cultural de la Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru Nora Domínguez Rodríguez, Instituto Centroamericano de Estudios Sociales y Desarrollo (INCEDES) e Instituto Guatemalteco Americano (IGA), Guatemala Acknowledgements SALALM gratefully acknowledges the hosting of the Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University and the work of the Local Arrangements Committee. The Local Arrangements Committee wishes to thank Carol Ávila, SALALM Secretariat; Wendy Duran, Harold B. Lee Library; Alejandra Cordero Berenguer, Libreros' President; and Devan Hamilton, Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown for their invaluable assistance and advice throughout the planning process.
12 Sponsors of SALALM LIX The Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University Sponsor of Book Exhibit Coffee Breaks Casalini libri Sponsors of the Libreros' Reception Atlantis Livros Ltda. Books from Mexico Casalini libri Digitalia Ebooks E. Iturriaga & Cia, S.A.C. e-libro Esteva Servicios Bibliotecarios HB Books H. Berenguer Publicaciones Chilenas Howard Karno Books, Inc. Iberbook-Sánchez Cuesta Iberoamericana Editorial Vervuert, S.L. Libreria García Cambeiro - Ventara Librería Linardi y Risso Libros Andinos Libros Argentinos para Todo el Mundo Libros Centroamericanos Inc. Libros de Barlovento Libros de Todo México Libros Latinos Libros Peruanos, S.A. Puvill Libros, España-México-Portugal RettaLib Sonia Silva Comércio de Livros Susan Bach Books from Brazil Vientos Tropicales
13 SALALM LIX Salt Lake City, Utah: May 10-14, 2014 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS SATURDAY, MAY 10 8am-5pm Registration Conference Foyer 8:30-10:30am ARL Latin American Research Wasatch 1-2 Resources Project (LARRP) 10:30-11:30am New Member Orientation Wasatch :30am-1pm 1-3pm 3-4pm 4-5pm Lunch Regional Group Meetings CALAFIA Wasatch 1-2 LANE Red Butte LASER Millcreek MOLLAS Emigration Committee Meetings & Affinity Groups Librarian/Bookdealer/Publisher Meeting Wasatch 1-2 Ibero-American Studies in SALALM (ISiS) Red Butte Cataloging and Bibliographic Technologies Millcreek Academic Latino/a Zone of Action and Research Emigration (ALZAR) Committee Meetings Interlibrary Cooperation Wasatch 1-2 Nominating Red Butte Constitution & Bylaws Millcreek Medina Award Emigration 5-6pm Welcome Happy Hour for New Members Conference Foyer & ENLACE Becarios 7:30-9:30pm Latin American Microforms Project (LAMP) Wasatch 1-2
14 SUNDAY, MAY 11 8am-5pm Registration Conference Foyer 8:30am Meet in Lobby to walk to Choir Broadcast Lobby 9-10am Mormon Tabernacle Choir Broadcast Temple Square 10am 10:30-11:30am 11:30am-1pm 1-2:30pm Walk back to hotel Committee Meetings Marginalized Peoples & Ideas Wasatch 1-2 Electronic Resources Red Butte Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI) Millcreek Cuban Bibliography Emigration Committee Meetings Reference and Bibliographic Instruction Services Wasatch 1-2 Finance #1 (Finance #2 Tues., May 13, 7-8am) Red Butte Libreros Millcreek Lunch 2:30-6pm Libreros/Librarians Consultations Wasatch 3-4 2:30-3:30pm 3:30-4:30pm Committee Meetings Communications Wasatch 1-2 ENLACE Red Butte Audio Visual/Media Millcreek Committee Meetings Editorial Board Wasatch 1-2 Membership Red Butte Serials Millcreek Policy, Research & Investigation (PRI) Emigration 4:30-6:30pm Executive Board #1 (EB #2 Wed., May 14, 3:30-5pm) Wasatch 1-2 Rapporteur: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia 8-10pm Discussion: SALALM and the Program for Latin Wasatch 1-2 American Libraries and Archives
15 MONDAY, MAY 12 8am-12pm Registration Conference Foyer 8:30-9am Opening Session Wasatch 1-2 Rapporteur: Molly E. Molloy, New Mexico State University Roberto C. Delgadillo SALALM President , University of California, Davis Jennifer F. Paustenbaugh University Librarian, Brigham Young University John B. Wright Local Arrangements Chair, Brigham Young University José Toribio Medina Award presented by Roberto C. Delgadillo 9-10am Opening Keynote Address Wasatch 1-2 Lynn Turner, FamilySearch FamilySearch's Latin American Records Collection: Past, Present, and Future Introduction: Roberto C. Delgadillo, University of California, Davis Rapporteur: Molly E. Molloy, New Mexico State University 10-10:30am Book Exhibits Opening Reception Wasatch 3-4 Coffee Break 10:30am-12pm Panel 1 Roda Viva I: Emerging Trends and Practices Wasatch 1-2 Moderator: Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder Rapporteur: Nathalie Soini, Queen's University Antonio Sotomayor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Opening the Vault of Eighteenth Century Andean History: A Portal to the Conde de Montemar Letters at the University of Illinois' Library ( ) Betsaida M. Reyes, University of Kansas The Value of Family Ties: How Mentorship Relations Can Help You Succeed in Your Career Christine Hernández, Tulane University The Latin American Library's Special Collections in Digital D. Ryan Lynch, Knox College Looking for an Opening: The Role (or Lack Thereof) of Librarians in Knox College's First-Year Seminars
16 Bronwen Maxson, Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP 5 Things I Learned During the Novela Mundial Digitization Project Jill E. Baron, Dartmouth College Portuguese-Language Films at Dartmouth (PLFD) Guide: A Digital Learning and Discovery Tool Sara Levinson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill What Do I Do Now? Strategies for Providing Access to Library Materials in Languages You Don't Know 10:30am-12pm Panel 2 Mapping and Visualizing Collections for Red Butte Local Histories and a Genealogical Case Study Moderator: Georgette Dorn, Library of Congress Rapporteur: David Dressing, University of Notre Dame Rhonda Neugebauer, University of California, Riverside Shonn M. Haren, University of California, Riverside Collection Mapping and Data Visualization as Tools for Collection Development and Collection Assessment: The Latin American Studies Collection at the University of California, Riverside Paul S. Losch, University of Florida The Panama Canal Museum Collection at the University of Florida Judith Toppin, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus Linkages, Lineage, and Kinship in the Anglo-Caribbean Family Experience: A Genealogical Case Study 10:30am-12pm Panel 3 The Family in Cuban History and Culture Millcreek Moderator: Rafael E. Tarragó, University of Minnesota Rapporteur: Theresa E. Polk, University of Maryland, College Park, graduate student Rafael E. Tarragó, University of Minnesota From the Colony to the Republic: Bibliographic Notes on Entrepreneurial Dynasties in Cuba Meiyolet Méndez, University of Miami Ties That Bind: The Fernando Fernández-Cavada Papers at the Cuban Heritage Collection Martha E. Mantilla, University of Pittsburgh My Intriguing Encounter with Julio Elizalde's Manuscripts: The Case of a Micro-Family History of a Cuban in Exile 12:00-1:15pm Lunch
17 1:15pm 1:30-2:30pm Load onto Buses Trip to Brigham Young University 2:45-4:15pm Panel 4 The Latin American Family and Library Auditorium Community: Depictions and Representations Moderator: Mark L. Grover, Brigham Young University, retired Rapporteur: Gabriella Reznowski, Washington State University Doug Weatherford, Brigham Young University Populating the Margins: The Struggles of Families and Communities in The Milk of Sorrow by Claudia Llosa Rex Nielson, Brigham Young University Socially Rooted Authoritarianism in Lygia Fagundes Telles' As Meninas Library Tour/Special Collections Presentation Special Collections Classroom 4:30-5:30pm Host Reception Assembly Hall Hinckley Center 5:45-6:45pm 6:45-9:30pm 9:30pm Travel to Park City Park City for no-host dinner Buses depart from Park City to hotel TUESDAY, MAY am Finance Committee Meeting #2 Emigration 8am-5pm Registration Conference Foyer 8am-5pm Book Exhibits Wasatch :30am Panel 5 Ebooks en Español: New Developments Wasatch 1-2 Moderator: Adán Griego, Stanford University Rapporteur: Virginia García, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos Kathryn Paoletti, Casalini libri Lluis Claret, Digitalia Leslie Lees, e-libro/ebrary Fernando Genovart, Librería García Cambeiro Frank Smith, JSTOR
18 8-9:30am Panel 6 Cataloging, Bibliographic Control Red Butte and Library Services Moderator: Daniel Schoorl, HAPI Rapporteur: Meiyolet Méndez, University of Miami Brenda Salem, University of Pittsburgh Finding Your History in the Library Catalog: How Subject Analysis Can Improve Access to Family and Local Histories Timothy A. Thompson, University of Miami Mairelys Lemus-Rojas, University of Miami Bringing Cuban Theater Collections to Wikipedia with the RAMP (Remixing Archival Metadata Project) Editor John B. Wright, Brigham Young University What's in a Name: Families as Creators 8-9:30am Panel 7 What We Talk About, When We Talk Millcreek About "Familia" Moderator: D. Ryan Lynch, Knox College Rapporteur: Jennifer Osorio, University of California, Los Angeles Sócrates Silva, University of California, Santa Barbara La Familia: Documenting LGBTQ Student Networks in Higher Education Michael Scott, Georgetown University Data Sources on LGBT-Headed Families in Latin America Melissa Gasparotto, Rutgers University Uncovering the US Latina Lesbian Genealogy 9:30-10am Coffee Break Wasatch :30am Panel 8 Professional Development Outside of SALALM Wasatch 1-2 Moderator: Adán Griego, Stanford University Rapporteur: Anne Barnhart, University of West Georgia Adán Griego, Stanford University Involvement with ALA & Attending International Book Fairs Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder Participation at International Library Conferences Orchid Mazurkiewicz, HAPI Indexing for HAPI and MLA
19 10-11:30am Panel 9 Documenting and Defining: The Role of Red Butte Documentary Projects in Helping Communities Define Themselves Moderator: D. Ryan Lynch, Knox College Rapporteur: David Woken, University of Oregon Eduardo A. Ortiz, Utah State University Cache Valley Utah Latino Voices and History Fahina Tavake-Pasi, National Tongan American Society Pacific Islanders: Our Past, Key to a Healthier Future Leslie G. Kelen, Center for Documentary Expression and Art Documentary and Ethnic Identity: Challenges and Possibilities D. Ryan Lynch, Knox College Strange Bedfellows: How a Science Museum, a State Agency, and Local Organizers Made It Possible to Re-Write Rochester, New York's History 10-11:30am Panel 10 The Other The Dominican and Millcreek Puerto Rican Experience--Collections and Resources Moderator: Jennifer Osorio, University of California, Los Angeles Rapporteur: Christine Hernández, Tulane University Sarah Aponte, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Archives & The City College of New York Libraries The Building of an Academic Dominican Library: Impact at the Local Level and Beyond Nelson Santana, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Archives & The City College of New York Libraries Introduction to the Intellectual History of Dominican Migration in the United States María del Mar González-González, University of Utah, post-doctoral fellow Identity Politics and Puerto Rican Visual Resources: Notes from the Field 11:30am-1:30pm No-Host Lunches 1:30-3pm Town Hall Meeting Wasatch 1-2 Rapporteur: Craig Schroer, University of West Georgia
20 3-4:30pm Panel 11 Roda Viva II: Even More Emerging Wasatch 1-2 Trends and Practices Moderator: Alison Hicks, University of Colorado, Boulder Rapporteur: Melissa Gasparotto, Rutgers University Paula Covington, Vanderbilt University Latin American Digital Projects: Student, Faculty and Library Collaborations at Vanderbilt University Anne Barnhart, University of West Georgia Because Learning Is Not Just for Students: Information Literacy for Faculty Sarah Buck Kachaluba, Florida State University Follow Up to "From Dumb Assessment to Smart Assessment": Adaptions for FSU Libraries Suzanne M. Schadl, University of New Mexico Tagging ASARO: A UNM Experiment in Crowd-Sourcing and Collection Development Daisy V. Domínguez, The City College of New York Libraries (CUNY) Teach With Music Molly E. Molloy, New Mexico State University The Femicide Fallacy Barbara Alvarez, University of Michigan Don Quixote in English: A Chronology: A Digital Humanities Project for the Classroom 3-4:30pm Panel 12 Families across Borders: Unique Collections Red Butte and Special Projects Linking South Westerners with Latin Americans Moderator: Wendy Pedersen, University of New Mexico Rapporteur: Michael Scott, Georgetown University Paulita Aguilar, University of New Mexico Cultural Connections between A Zapotecan Village, Teotitlan del Valle, and New Mexico Pueblos: Imagined or Real? Claire-Lise Bénaud, University of New Mexico Ordinary Images: Appreciating Photographs of Children in a Pictorial Archive Suzanne M. Schadl, University of New Mexico Michael Hoopes, University of New Mexico All in the Family: Special Collections Digitally Born
21 3-4:30pm Panel 13 Identidades y Voces Múltiples Desde Millcreek México y América Central Moderator: Wendy Griffin, formerly at Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán (UPNFM) and Rapporteur: Sócrates Silva, University of California, Santa Barbara Nora Domínguez Rodríguez, Instituto Centroamericano de Estudios Sociales y Desarrollo (INCEDES) e Instituto Guatemalteco Americano (IGA) Rosa Elvira Cedillo Villar, Instituto Nacional para la Evaluación de la Educación, México Los Migrantes que se Van, las Familias que se Quedan. Qué Mantiene los Lazos que los Une? Wendy Griffin, formerly at UPNFM and Diásporas Múltiples: Las Historias de las Familias de 6 Autores Afro-Hondureños con Conexiones a Nueva York, Atlanta, Miami, Chicago, y Hartford, Connecticut Lázaro Flores, UPNFM, jubilado Wendy Griffin, formerly at UPNFM and Identidades Múltiples: Los Orígenes y las Luchas del Dr. Lázaro Flores, el primer Antropólogo Lenca en Honduras, Autor, Activista, y Formador de Hondureños e Investigadores Nacionales e Internacionales con Conciencia e Identidad 4:30-6pm Panel 14 Tendencias Editoriales y Realidades Wasatch 1-2 Libreras Latinoamericanas Moderator: Alvaro J. Risso, Librería Linardi y Risso Rapporteur: Wendy Pedersen, University of New Mexico Julio Marchena, Libros Peruanos S.A. Nuevas Tendencias en la Industria Editorial Peruana Fernando Genovart, Librería García Cambeiro Argentinean Academic Publishing Industry, Monographs Vera de Araujo-Shellard, Susan Bach Books from Brazil Sandra Soares de Costa, Susan Bach Books from Brazil Publishing Trends in Contemporary Brazil: Who is Minding the Book Store? S. Lief Adleson, Books from Mexico Pedro Figueroa, Books from Mexico Among Books and Dealers: Constants and Changes in the Mexican Academic Publishing Industry S. Lief Adleson, Books from Mexico Preliminary Report of the Acquisitions Trends Survey Task Force
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