Public Libraries Bridging Cultures: Exploring Islamic History (archive - 9/29/12)

Is there a need in your library’s collection, and in your larger community, for authoritative and accessible resources about Muslim history, beliefs, and culture? The NEH grant initiative Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys will offer 1,000 libraries a collection of 25 books, three documentary films, and other resources to encourage exploration, conversation, understanding, and mutual respect between Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Experienced library programming experts will share their experiences presenting “Muslim Journeys” programs during the pilot phase, and offer ideas for submitting a successful grant proposal. Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the ALA Cultural Communities Fund.

View the recorded presentation.

Speakers

Terrilyn Chun, Multnomah County (Ore.) Library, and Tim Grimes, Ann Arbor (Mich.) District Library.

Fee

Free

Contact

ALA Public Programs Office (312.280.5045 / publicprograms@ala.org)