"New Audiences, New Perspectives:
the Role of the Slavic and East European Specialist
in Support of Non-Slavic and East European Studies"


SEES Program Announcement
Sunday, July 7, 1996
2-4 pm
Hotel InterContinental, Whitney Room

(Co-sponsored by WESS)

This subject has grown in importance since the collapse of the closed regimes of the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc. The libraries and archives of these countries hold vast quantities of materials relating to the non-Slavic peoples of the Russian Empire, Western Europe and Asia. The intent of the program is to raise awareness of library professionals from all specialties by suggesting the richness and diversity of non-Slavic book and archival collections in the former Soviet Bloc.

The speakers include:

For information, contact:
Alan P. Pollard, SEES Chair


WESS Newsletter

Spring 1996, Vol. 19, no. 2

Association of College & Research Libraries
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