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Thursday, April 23 • 2:10pm - 3:00pm
Southern Librarianship and Race during the Early Twentieth Century

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In recent years, library historians have turned their attention to the ways in which segregated library facilities, and collections, services, and programming within them, played a role in the formation of racial consciousness among library patrons both white and African-American. This panel presentation will present recent research into the histories of segregated public libraries in Memphis and New Orleans, as well as segregated Carnegie libraries throughout the South.

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Matthew Griffis

University of Southern Mississippi
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Shane Hand

University of Southern Mississippi
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Steven Knowlton

Collection Development Librarian, University of Memphis
I'm very interested in innovative metrics to help us learn more about what patrons really want from a library and how they use the library


Thursday April 23, 2015 2:10pm - 3:00pm
Southeast Ballroom A

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