East Asia Library

Mark your Calendar! EAL workshop series: "Know before You Go: Researching East Asia in U.S."

EAL "know before you go" workshop series
January 19, 2017

Welcome back! Hope you all had a wonderful winter break.

The East Asia Library is delighted to announce that a second workshop series of “Know before You Go: Researching East Asia in U.S.” will be held at the Sterling Memorial Library (SML) this Spring. Librarians and directors from major East Asian collections in the U.S. will be invited to introduce and show off their rare and unique resources, recent acquisitions, digitization projects, travel grants, access policies, etc. at the workshops. You will have the rare opportunity to meet and connect with them before visiting their libraries to conduct your own research during the summer or in the near future.

All of the workshops will take place from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm in SML 218. Light lunches are provided, thanks to the generous support from the Council on East Asian Studies. Please see below for a detailed schedule and mark your calendar! Title and a brief description for each presentation at the workshop series will be announced when the dates are closer. Please stay tuned!

February 17 (Friday)

East Asian Library and the Gest Collection, Princeton University

Speakers: Dr. Martin Heijdra, Library Director, Acting Chinese & Western Bibliographer, Head of Public Services

                Ms. Setsuko Noguchi, Japanese Studies Librarian

February 24 (Friday)

International and Area Studies Department, Duke University

Speakers: Ms. Luo Zhou, Chinese Studies Librarian

              Dr. Kristina Troost, Head of International Area Studies and Japanese Studies Librarian

March 31 (Friday)

East Asian Collection, University of Chicago

Speaker:  Dr. Yuan Zhou, Curator

April 7 (Friday)

Asian Division, Library of Congress

Speakers: Dr. Yuwu Song, Reference Specialist

                 Mr. Eiichi Ito, Reference Specialist

We look forward to seeing many of you there at this workshop series!

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