Library History Round Table Meetings and Programs
Library History Roundtable (LHRT) Annual Conference Sessions: ALA San Francisco, 2015
2015 LHRT Edward G. Holley Memorial Lecture
Ezra Greenspan, Edmund J. and Louise W. Kahn Chair in Humanities, Southern Methodist University, will be the 2015 Holley Lecture speaker at the upcoming American Library Association Annual Conference in San Francisco. His presentation will address a key question in library history: Where do the lives of individuals, books and serials, archives, and libraries intersect?
The talk, The Lives of Persons, Printed Matter, and Institutions of Letters, will explore the intersections in the lives of nineteenth-century African Americans, a people for whom personhood, literacy, and access to institutions of letters was, on the one hand, contested by the white majority; and, on the other, essential for self- and community-formation.
When: Sunday, June 28, 2015, 10:30-11:30 am
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco (Room TBA)
LHRT Research Forum
Libraries and Frontiers: Historical Perspectives
- MADE MARIAN: Real Librarians of the California Coast Lisa Blank
- Along the Wilderness Road: Social Libraries on the Virginia Frontier Yvonne Carignan
- Rural Women and the Ladies’ Library Association: Reading Culture and Peer Education in the Absence of Public Libraries Ladies Library Association, Schoolcraft, Michigan Sharon Carlson & Carole Nowicke
When: Sunday, June 28, 2015 3:00-4:00 pm