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The nature of library work and academia have been transformed by forces such as the pace of technological change, reduced budgets, a global pandemic, and shifting understandings of what it means to be a librarian. While these changes have transformed the work of the library, librarians have rushed to adopt, correct, and even challenge changes to tr...
This session highlights graduate outreach services at the University of Central Florida and Clemson University libraries and compares institutional program approaches, outreach strategies, and the research needs of student populations in the Social Sciences and Engineering. The presenters coordinate graduate outreach services at their institutions,...
Borges produced a kind of oscillatory writing that conceived both an innovative body of literature and a reader-accomplice that allowed him to sketch a new level of aesthetic experience. In his short story “Examen de la obra de Herbert Quain,” a hypothetical author attempts to build a systematic structure which, for Borges, was both potential,—in t...
This dissertation analyzes important strategies of socio-political mediation by early-twentieth century Puerto Rican authors who reacted to the displacement, redefinition and homogenization of spaces brought by United States territorial rule established in 1898. The strictly regulated mercantilist regime with semi-feudal features imposed by Spanish...
With the constant increase in the Hispanic population and with the expansion of Latin American Studies in the United States, we have become a gateway for Latin Americanists to expand research at our institutions and to bring scholarship from overseas. It is essential for scholars and librarians to reinforce and expand their approaches to Latin Amer...