MLA 2015 Session Dates and Times
The Libraries and Research in Language and Literature Discussion Group will host two panels at MLA 2015 in Vancouver:
259. Bibliography for the Twenty-First Century
Friday, 9 January, 12:00 noon–1:15 p.m., 219, VCC West
Program arranged by the Discussion Group on Libraries and Research in Languages and Literatures and the Discussion Group on Bibliography and Textual Studies
Presiding: Dawn Childress, Penn State Univ. Libraries; Matt Cohen, Univ. of Texas, Austin
1. “An English Short Title Catalogue for the Twenty-First Century,” Benjamin F. Pauley, Eastern Connecticut State Univ.; Carl Stahmer, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
2. “Bibliographic Migration and Book Ecology: The SFU Lake District Rare Book Collection in the Twenty-First Century,” Margaret Linley, Simon Fraser Univ.
3. “The Digital Antiquarian: Remediating Archival Impulses,” Thomas Augst, New York Univ.; Molly Hardy, American Antiquarian Soc.
64. Libraries, Archives, and Public Memory
Thursday, January 8, 1:45–3:00 p.m., West 205, VCC West
Program arranged by the Discussion Group on Libraries and Research in Languages and Literatures
Presiding: David Oberhelman, Oklahoma State Univ.
1. “A Free Press for the Blind: Book Selection, Censorship, and the Talking Book Library,” Matthew Rubery, Queen Mary University of London
2. “Port Radium Postmemory: Dene Stories, Public Archives, and Social (In)Justice,” Alana Fletcher, Queen’s University
3. “Making Space for Students: Assigning Archival Research in the Undergraduate Course,” Laurie McNeill, University of British Columbia