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Purpose and Origins

To provide a forum for thematic and geographical Western European topics not covered by other WESS discussion groups.
Established in 1997, this discussion group has an annually elected chair.
WESS Special Topics Discussion Group was founded during the 1997 ALA Midwinter Meeting, and has met during each subsequent ALA Annual Conference. The charge of Special Topics is to provide a forum for thematic and geographical Western European topics not covered by other WESS discussion groups. Each annual meeting of WESS Special Topics, therefore, has been devoted to a different topic not previously emphasized by WESS.

Current Leadership

Chair: Aedin Clements, Notre Dame Univ.(Midwinter); Gordon Anderson, Univ. of MN (Annual)
E-mail: clements.22@nd.edu; ganderso@umn.edu

Meeting Schedules and Agendas

2011 Annual Agenda
2011 Midwinter Agenda
2010 Annual Agenda


Future programs, proposed and proposable

Minutes

Past Programs:
Irish Studies (Midwinter 2011)
European-Language e-books and North American Libraries (Annual 2010)
Mediterranean Studies (Midwinter 2010)
Roma and Sinti in Europe--bis (2003)
Indexes and Guides to Western European Periodicals in the Humanities and Social Sciences (2002)
"Roma and Sinti in Europe" (2001)
"European Languages of North America" (2000)
Luxembourg (1999)
"A European Union of East and West" (1998)
"Greece and the Greek-Speaking World" (1997)

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