[ISHMap-List] ["EXLIBRIS-L"] "Acknowledging the Past, Forging the Future" videos now available (colloquium on special collections)

Joel Kovarsky joel at theprimemeridian.com
Wed Dec 24 12:59:16 CET 2014

This had been posted to ExLibris-L; I thought it might interest a few 
people here. There were no sessions specifically devoted to maps.

        Joel Kovarsky

On 12/18/14 4:12 PM, ... wrote:
> Relive the action from “Acknowledging the Past, Forging the Future,” 
> the national colloquium on library special collections hosted by Case 
> Western Reserve University’s Kelvin Smith Library, through full-length 
> videos available now at http://tiny.cc/ksl_sc_colloq. [Note: The full 
> YouTube address for this is 
> <https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBELrG1nZ2U5jXND2u48h4RScCZwngM5g>].
> The inaugural event, held on October 21-22, 2014, drew nearly 200 
> thought leaders in special collections and archives from across the 
> country and Canada to Cleveland to explore the future of the field. 
> Presented in collaboration with River Campus Libraries at University 
> of Rochester, Vanderbilt University Libraries and Washington 
> University in St. Louis, the two-day event provided a forum for 
> library administrators, special collections librarians, rare book and 
> manuscript booksellers and auctioneers, scholars and serious book 
> collectors to examine practices of the past and discuss how to build a 
> secure and accessible tomorrow.
> Featured keynote speakers were some of the most distinguished voices 
> in the field, including opening keynote speaker, Sarah Thomas 
> (Harvard) and closing keynote speaker, Mark Dimunation (Library of 
> Congress), as well as plenary keynote speakers Stephen Enniss 
> (University of Texas at Austin), Alice Schreyer (University of 
> Chicago) and Jay Satterfield (Dartmouth). Videos include these 
> presentations, in addition to all sessions listed below. For more 
> information about the event including full speaker bios, visit 
> http://library.case.edu/spcoll.
> *“Acknowledging the Past, Forging the Future” Video Sessions*
> **
> ·*Colloquium Welcome *
> oArnold Hirshon, Associate Provost & University Librarian, Case 
> Western Reserve University, Colloquium Co-Chair; Robert H. Jackson, 
> Senior Partner, Kohrman, Jackson & Krantz, PLL, Colloquium Co-Chair
> ·*Opening Keynote: “From Siberia to Shagri-La, Changing Perspectives 
> on Special Collections” *
> oSarah Thomas, Vice President, Harvard Library and Roy E. Larsen 
> Librarian for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
> ·*Session 01 Keynote: “Everything Old is New Again: The Enduring Value 
> of Special Collections”*
> oAlice Schreyer, Interim Library Director and Associate University 
> Librarian for Area Studies and Special Collections, University of 
> Chicago Library
> ·*Panel + Audience Discussion 01: “Acknowledging the Past”*
> oJoel Silver (Moderator), Director & Curator of Books, Lilly Library, 
> Indiana University; Ken Lopez, Bookseller, Ken Lopez Bookseller; Paul 
> Ruxin, Collector; Daniel De Simone, Eric Weinmann Librarian, Folger 
> Shakespeare Library; Elizabeth Haven Hawley, Chair, Special & Area 
> Studies Collections Department, George A. Smathers Library, University 
> of Florida
> ·*Session 02 Keynote: “Considering the Present: Special Collections 
> are the Meal, not the Dessert” *
> oJay Satterfield, Special Collections Librarian, Dartmouth College
> ·*Panel + Audience Discussion 02: “Where are We Today?”*
> oGeoffrey Smith (Moderator), Head of the Rare Books & Manuscript 
> Library, The Ohio State University; Selby Kiffer, Senior Vice 
> President, Sotheby’s; Jon Lindseth, Collector; Jim Kuhn, Joseph N. 
> Lambert & Harold B. Schleifer Director of Rare Books, Special 
> Collections & Preservation, University of Rochester, River Campus 
> Libraries; Christoph Irmscher, Provost Professor, George F. Getz Jr. 
> Professor, Wells Scholars Program Director, Indiana University
> ·*Session 03 Keynote: “Objects of Study: Special Collections in an Age 
> of Digital Scholarship” *
> oStephen Enniss, Director, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at 
> Austin
> ·*Remarks from Case Western Reserve University President, Barbara Snyder *
> ·*Panel + Audience Discussion 03: “Special Collections in an Age of 
> Digital Scholarship”*
> oDaniel Cohen (Moderator), Associate Professor, Department of History 
> & Art, Case Western Reserve University; Tom Congalton, Owner, Between 
> the Covers Rare Books, Inc.; Athena Jackson, Associate Director of 
> Special Collections, University of Michigan; Melissa Hubbard, Head of 
> Special Collections & Archives, Case Western Reserve University**
> ·*Closing Keynote: “The Once and Future Special Collections” ***
> oMark Dimunation, Chief of the Rare Book and Special Collections 
> Division, Library of Congress
>> Melissa A. Hubbard
> Head of Special Collections & Archives
> Kelvin Smith Library
> Case Western Reserve University
> Cleveland, OH 44106
> phone: 216-368-0559
> email: melissa.hubbard at case.edu <mailto:melissa.hubbard at case.edu>

Joel Kovarsky
The Prime Meridian
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Crozet, VA 22932 USA
Phone: 434-823-5696

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