Cuba-U.S. Scholarly Publishing: Three Partners Reflect

For the first time in the journal’s history, Library Trends has published a bilingual issue. Communities and Technologies: Realities, Challenges, and Opportunities for Librarians in Cuba was edited by Kate Williams, iSchool associate professor; Pedro Urra González, professor of information technologies at the University of Havana’s School of Library and Information Sciences; and Professor Yohannis Martí-Lahera, professor, director of information, and director of the Central Library at the University of Havana.

On November 18, Urra Gonzalez, Marti-Lahera, and Williams will be panelists for the bilingual presentation, "Cuba-U.S. scholarly publishing: Three partners reflect"/"Publicacion academica Cuba-EEUU: Tres socios reflexionan." The talk is part of the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) Lecture Series.

Questions? Contact Kate Williams

This event is sponsored by CLACS, iSchool, Library, and Community Informatics Research Lab