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LIS 950: Libraries and community

The purpose of this seminar is to explore an important topic in library and information studies in depth — in all its intertwined historical, cultural, philosophical, and political aspects — through a graduate reading/discussion seminar. The topic varies each time the course is taught; this time around, we will focus on "libraries and community"

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Presentations

What would y'all think of opening our project presentations to a wider audience - perhaps arranging a colloquium of Library-History-Community Love for the rest of SLIS???

I should probably first ask our instructor, though...

;-)

k'8

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