Following the 2008 conference, The Culture of Print in Science, Technology, Engineering and Medicine will be a lecture co-sponsored by the Doctoral Students Association, School of Library and Information Studies:
“'Just and Intelligent Scrutiny': Eliza Atkins Gleason's Investigation of Library Services for African Americans in the 1930s”
Cheryl Knott Malone, Associate Professor, School of Information Resources and Library Science, University of Arizona in Tucson.
Monday, September 15, Noon – 1:00 p.m. SLIS Commons, 4207 Helen C. White Hall, UW-Madison.
Professor Malone’s research on racially segregated public libraries has appeared in Libraries & Culture, Library Quarterly, and other journals and she is a recipient of the ALA Library History Round Table's Justin Winsor Prize. Her research interests fall under the broad category of information access and include the study of industrial classification, social tagging, and subject retrieval in electronic databases.
Professor Malone will also be a participant in the conference, “The Culture of Print in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Medicine,” scheduled for September 12-13 at the Pyle Center and sponsored by The Center for the History of Print Culture in Modern America (UW-Madison).
4217 Helen C. White Hall
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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