Association of Jewish Libraries 2004 Annual Convention, Brooklyn, New York
The Jewish American Experience: 350 Years
The Association of Jewish Libraries will be holding its 39th annual conference in New York, on June 20-23, 2004. Scholars from numerous disciplines will meet to share their interests in Judaica librarianship and related areas.
The AJL is soliciting papers dealing with any aspect of Judaica librarianship as it pertains to the libraries, archives and museums of schools, universities, synagogues, and other institutions. In the past this has included descriptions of special collections, reports on developments in technical services, resources for dealing with particular issues or subjects, writing collection development policies, problems in cataloging Jewish materials and literature collections. Papers on the subject of Jewish American history will receive special consideration.
Those wishing to present a poster session are also invited to submit proposals.
Prospective presenters should send an abstract by October 24, 2003.
Abstracts should include your name, address, phone number, e-mail address, institution, the title of your presentation, a 25-word bio and a one-paragraph summary. If your presentation would require audio-visual equipment, please indicate what type of equipment would be needed.
Abstracts should be sent to: Rita Lifton, Chair of the AJL Convention 2004 Programming Committee, via mail, fax, or email.
The AJL annual convention is held in a different location each year.
Rita Lifton, Library
Jewish Theological Seminary
New York, NY 10027
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