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Wednesday, November 6 • 3:30pm - 4:10pm
Area Studies, Time to Talk about the Threats, Trends and Current State of Collection Management and Publishing in the Digital Age of Globalization

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César Braga-Pinto, Professor of Brazilian, Lusophone African and Comparative Literature at Northwestern University, made a Case for Area Studies in YaleGlobal Online in March 2019 by stating, "Globalization may prompt some to question the need for specific and diverse language, literature and regional studies programs in higher education. . . . To remain relevant, scholars in the humanities must pursue all avenues of interdisciplinarity, although the scope and viability of such studies vary among institutions. Likewise, the nature and scope of research and teaching, or the discipline and departments, do not always coincide. This session will investigate, analyze and report on the recent threats, trends and current state of Latin American and European Studies collection management and academic publishing to determine how libraries and publishers are managing the cause to remain relevant.


Angela Carreño

Head of Collection Development, New York University Libraries
Angela M. Carreño is the Head of Collection Development for the Division of Libraries at New York University. Angela has led, coordinated and supported the expansive growth of licensed electronic resources at NYU since 2000. She is the primary licensing officer for the Division of... Read More →
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Steve Fallon

Vice President of Americas and Strategic Partnerships, De Gruyter
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Brian Vetruba

European Studies Librarian, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

Adan Griego

Curator for Latin American, Iberian & Mexican American Collections, Stanford University

Wednesday November 6, 2019 3:30pm - 4:10pm EST
Rutledge Room, Francis Marion Hotel 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401