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Promoting Library Advocacy, Diversity, Family Literacy, and Global Outreach

CALAposter_2011.pdf
The Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) is an ALA affiliate. In the 2011 Poster Session at the Diversity and Outreach Fair, CALA will showcase its mission, programs and services to diverse people of all ages, with emphasis on its library…

Inspiration and Participation: Promoting Diversity within the Organization and Beyond

CALAposter_2010.pdf
The Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) is an ALA affiliated ethnic librarian association. The value of diversity is essential to the accomplishment of its mission, objectives, and strategic goals. This poster session will present how CALA…

2016 CALA/GMA Professional Development

CALA GMA 2016.pdf
On March 19th, GMA members from three states (Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania) and District of Columbia met at the beautiful Fenwick Library of George Mason University and had a great time to network and engage in scholarly exchanges.  Topics…

CALA Newsletter, No. 115, Fall 2016

CALA Newsletter Fall 2016
The CALA Newsletter is the official publication of the Chinese American Librarians Association, and it disseminates information about Chinese American Librarianship and the activities of the association. Some of the highlights in the 2016 Spring…

Staging Dunhuang Mogao Caves: Treasures from along the Silk Road

StagingDunhuangMogaoCaves_Kuang.pdf
Historically a frontier metropolis, Dunhuang was a strategic site along the Silk Road in northwestern China, a crossroads of trade, and a locus for religious, cultural, and intellectual influences since the Han dynasty (206 B.C.E.–220 C.E.). The 492…

A southern Chinese city through the eyes of a British missionary: Preliminary analysis of the text of a historical travelogue

southernCnCitythrEyesofBrMissionary_Deng.pdf
Walks in the City of Canton is a book written by John Henry Gray of Christ's College, Cambridge who came to China and stayed as a missionary for many years, and it was published in 1875. This project did a preliminary analysis of the text of this…

The hidden treasure -- Elling O. Eide Center

TheHiddenTreasure_ZhaoLiu.pdf
A beautiful space devoted to the culture of Asia has been quietly developing on a tucked-away waterfront property in Sarasota, Florida. This is the Elling O. Eide Center, a non-profit research library and preserve named for its benefactor, Elling O.…

Getting to know SCUA

GettingtoKnowSCUA_Benjamin.pdf
David Benjamin joined the UCF Libraries as Head of Special Collections & University Archives in September 2015. David comes from the University of Arizona where he was the Assistant Director of the Volkerding Study Center at the Center for Creative…