C-75. Developing Collections of African-American Materials
This course is aimed at research and rare book librarians, MS librarians, and archivists whose current responsibilities include the care of collections containing African-American printed and/or MS materials. Topics include: the history of African-American institutional collecting; sources for acquiring materials; developing clienteles of users; description and preservation; and current issues (Afrocentrism vs Eurocentrism, ethics, inter-institutional competition).
Lucious Edwards, Jr and Michael Plunkett last teach this course at Rare Book School.
Lucious Edwards, Jr and Michael Plunkett teach this course for the first time.