By Any Name: Institutional Memory at The New School - The Librarians' Circle

Roundtable Wed 21 Oct 2009 6.30PM-8.30PM The New School, Orozco Room
66 West 12th Street, 7th Floor
Free admission
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An informal gathering among faculty, librarians and archivists of The New School who will address how notions of institutional memory and identity are created through libraries and archives. Examining the way bodies of knowledge are structured and organized, the participants will also explore possibilities for the future of information science, and consider how the social production of knowledge contributes to identity – on both the level of the individual, and in society at large.
    • Librarians Circle: Part One of Two
    • Librarians Circle: Part Two of Two
Shannon Mattern, Professor, Media Studies and Film, The New School for General Studies

John Aubry, Director, Raymond Fogelman Library
Joseph Heathcott, Chair of Urban Studies, Eugene Lang College
Ed Scarcelle, University Librarian
Wendy Scheir, Director, Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Archives for Parsons The New School for Design

Presented as part of the week-long exhibition and event series, "By Any Name: Institutional Memory at The New School."