LHRT Events in Orlando
All are invited to join the Library History Round Table for an exciting slate of library history events at ALA Annual. Conveniently, everything is in the same hotel, so no need to brave the harsh summer sun between meetings. I look forward to seeing many of you there and having a fun and informative day talking about history!
Library History Round Table Meetings and Programs
Annual Conference Sessions: ALA Orlando, 2016
LHRT Executive Board Meeting
6/26/2016, 8:30AM - 10:00AM
HYATT - Columbia 37
Business meeting for the Library History Round Table. Agenda forthcoming
LHRT Edward G. Holley Memorial Lecture
"History, Childhood, Memory, and Imagination"
6/26/16 10:30AM - 11:30AM
HYATT - Barrel Springs I
John Cech, Director of the Center for the Study of Children's Literature & Culture at the University of Florida, will share insights from a lifetime researching children's literature in his talk entitled "History, Childhood, Memory, and Imagination". Professor Cech was the Producer and Host of the Public Radio program, “Recess!,” (1998–2007). He is the author of Imagination and Innovation: The Story of Weston Woods; Angels and Wild Things; The Archetypal Poetics of Maurice Sendak, and the editor of American Writers for Children, 1900–1960.
LHRT Research Forum:
"History of Reading and Readers in Libraries"
6/26/2016, 1:00PM - 2:30PM
HYATT - Bayhill 27
- Amy Breimaier: Caleb Bingham's Vision for America: A Case Study of the
Youth's Library 1806 Catalogue
- Mary Carroll: Exiled and isolated: Libraries in the early penal
settlements of Van Dieman’s Land.
- Dr. Emily Knox: "Dirty" Materials Out of Place: Inappropriate Books and
- Brian Shetler: "Never Read Any But Famed Books": 19th Century Libraries
and the Middlebrow Reader.