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GloPAC Presentations and Workshops - 2005


January

3rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and the Humanities (poster presentation by Karen Brazell)

 


Karen Brazell (left) discussing GloPAC projects with Claire Conceison, assistant professor at Tufts University

           
January     Working session at Cornell with Herbert Poetzl, Curator, Max Reinhardt Archives, from GloPAC partner institution Binghamton University (New York)
           
           
April  

Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies, Chicago (poster presentation by Joshua Young)

 

 


Joshua Young at AAS conference

       
April 12th National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries, Minneapolis (poster presentation by Ann Ferguson)  
Ann Ferguson (second from left) explaining GloPAD to librarians at ACRL conference
       
       
April   University of Washington Digital Initiatives' Open House (presentation by Ann Ferguson and Rachel Howard)
       
       
April   Museums and the Web Conference, Vancouver (presentation by Ann Ferguson)  
       
       
May   University of Washington Libraries' "Digital Dialogue" (presentation by Ann Ferguson, with Rachel Howard and Carolyn Dunford)
       
       
June   GloPAC Conference, "Developing an On-Line Japanese Performing Arts Resource Center," Singapore  
JPARC conference participants and supporters in front of the Merlion in Singapore
           
June   Annual Conference of the American Library Association, Chicago (poster presentation by Rachel Howard)  


Rachel Howard at the ALA conference

           
July   The Association for Asian Performance Conference, San Francisco (presentation by Joshua Young)  
Joshua Young at the AAP conference

       
July   The Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, San Francisco (presentation by Ann Ferguson)
       
September     Week-long working session at Cornell with Steven Nelson and Reiko Yamanaka, professors from GloPAC partner institution Hosei University (Tokyo)
       
       
September   GloPAC "K-12 Educators' Workshop" on planning online resources aimed at middle and high school classrooms, Ithaca, NY  
Educators' Workshop participants
           
November     Presentation at Cornell about the Japanese Historical Maps Collection, by GloPAC participant Yuki Ishimatsu, Head of Japanese Collections, East Asian Library, University of California at Berkeley
           
November   Working session at Cornell with GloPAC participants Ghaffar Pourazar, Director, and Chie Morimura, performing artist, International Center for Beijing Opera (Beijing)