WESSWEB - Western European Specialists Section

 

Discussion Groups 

(2006-2007)

Cataloging Discussion Group
Chair:Rebecca R. Malek - Wiley ( Tulane University)
E-mail: malek@tulane.edu 

Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Discussion Group
Chair: Paula M. Carns (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
E-mail: pcarns@uiuc.edu
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College and Medium-sized Libraries Discussion Group
Chair: Pamela Harris (Swarthmore College)
E-mail: pharris1@swarthmore.edu

General Membership Discussion Group
(meets only at Midwinter)
Chair: Pamela Harris (Swarthmore College)

Germanists Discussion Group
Chair: Timothy Shipe (University of Iowa)
Chair-Elect: Kizer Walker (Cornell)
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Romance Languages Discussion Group
Chair: Sarah Sussman (Stanford University)
E-mail: ssussman@stanford.edu
Chair-elect:
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Scandinavian Discussion Group
Chair:Jeffrey Hancks (Western Illinois University) 
E-mail: JL-Hancks@wiu.edu 
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Social Sciences and History Discussion Group
Chair: Gordon Anderson (University of Minnesota)
Chair-Elect:
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Special Topics Discussion Group
Chair: Jane Faulkner (University of California Santa Barbara)
E-mail: faulkner@library.ucsb.edu
Chair-Elect:
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Electronic Discussion Groups

Although not formally organized by WESS, these groups grew out of it and often continue WESS discussions between meetings. 

WESSList
Meeting schedules and other WESS announcements. To subscribe send an email to go to listserv@listserv.brown.edu, stating your name and preferred e-mail address. Post messages to wess-l@listserv.brown.edu. A web interface is also available at:
http://listserv.brown.edu/archives/wess-l.html

WESSCMR-L
News of interest to members of the Classics, Medieval, and Renaissance Discussion Group. To subscribe send e-mail message to klg19@columbia.edu, stating your name and preferred e-mail address. List members may post messages to wesscmr-l@ala.org

WESS-CML (formerly WESS-CMSLDG-L) 
News of interest to members of the College and Medium-sized Libraries Discussion Group.
Send an email to listserv@asu.edu with the following text without the quotations and substituting the appropriate text for the name:
"subscribe wess-cml yourname"

The listserv software will send you a "Command confirmation request" to your originating email address. As a final step in the subscription process
you must follow the instructions in the email from Listserv, either visiting a particular web address or replying to the message.

WESS-CML has historically been a low volume list and dependent on its subscribers for content. Feel free to pose questions, issues or general
comments to the group on any issue related to Western European studies or just say hello to your colleagues.

Unsubscribing from WESS-CML.
Send an email to listserv@asu.edu using your subscribed address with the words "unsubscribe wess-cml" (with the quotes) as the only text.

Post messages to wess-cml@asu.edu. 

German-E 
News and Discussion for librarians who work with materials from the German speaking countries. To be included, e- mail campbell at virginia.edu, stating your name and preferred e-mail address.
Post messages to germane@virginia.edu. 


WESS-ROM
(formerly ROMList and wess-romance-l ) Library issues related to the Romance-language areas of Europe.
To subscribe send a message to listserv@listserv.brown.edu
Post messages to wess-rom@listserv.brown.edu

NORDLIB
Library issues related to Nordic area studies. For information, see the WESSWeb Scandinavian Studies pages.

WESS-SSH Electronic Discussion Group 
The Social Sciences and History electronic discussion list, WESS-SSH, is maintained by Ceres Birkhead. To subscribe, send a message to listproc@lists.utah.edu. Leave the subject line blank. The text of your message should read: SUBSCRIBE WESS-SSH Firstname Lastname. Post messages to wess-ssh@lists.utah.edu.


See the WESS Manual for additional information about discussion groups.
Last Year's Chairs


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Last updated: March 30, 2007
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