A Call for Papers
The Library History Network is soliciting papers for a programme at the
National Conference & Trade Show
of the Canadian Library Association,
-Freedom of Information and Privacy legislation
-Privacy advocacy and education
-Information Technology security
-Role of libraries and librarians/library staff in protecting privacy and freedom of
Particular consideration will be given to proposals dealing with the varied aspects of Canadian Library History. Consideration will also be given to papers on other themes. Selected papers may be published by the Library History Network in conjunction with CLA. Papers are solicited on any of the following categories of library history:
1. Overviews and syntheses.
2. Studies of particular individuals, institutions, or developments, which provide
generalizable interpretations or else serve as case studies.
3. Methodological studies, which look at various aspects of research in library history.
It is anticipated that papers will be based upon personal, funded, institutional, or degree projects. Papers should not have been previously published elsewhere. They should be fully documented, and accompanied by illustrations where appropriate. They may be presented in either English or French.
December 10, 2014 proposals and brief abstracts
May 1, 2015 completed papers
For further information, or submission of proposals, abstracts, and papers please contact:
Professor Peter F. McNally
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