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Art Documentation and War Crimes: Librarianship in the Aftermath of War

FREE LECTURE ON LIBRARIANSHIP at St. Catherine University, St. Paul MN

The Student Governance Organization of the MLIS Department at SCU will sponsor a talk by Dr. Andras Riedlmayer, bibliographer in Islamic art and architecture at Harvard's Fine Arts Library, on Saturday, October 24, 2:00 p.m., Jeanne D'Arc Auditorium, Whitby Hall, St. Paul campus. Don't miss this fascinating presentation, Art Documentation and War Crimes: Librarianship in the Aftermath of War,on the growing recognition of links between librarianship, the protection of cultural heritage, and human rights. Dr. Riedlmayer is an eminent authority in the preservation and restoration of cultural artifacts. He has helped lead international efforts to rebuild library collections and library services in the aftermath of war in the Balkans and in Iraq. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 651-690-6802 or email imdept@stkate.edu.

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