Library Publishing Forum 2018
The Library Publishing Forum is an annual conference bringing together representatives from libraries engaged in (or considering) publishing initiatives to define and address major questions and challenges; to identify and document collaborative opportunities; and to strengthen and promote this community of practice. The Forum includes representatives from a broad, international spectrum of academic library backgrounds, as well as groups that collaborate with libraries to publish scholarly works, including publishing vendors, university presses, and scholars. The Forum is sponsored by the Library Publishing Coalition, but you do not need to be a member of the LPC to attend.
May 21-23 | Minneapolis, MinnesotaVenue: McNamara Alumni Center | Hosted by: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
November 14, 2017:
The Library Publishing Coalition seeks participants for a showcase session at the Library Publishing Forum’s preconference on open source publishing platforms (May 21st, 2018) at Wilson Library at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. The preconference is affiliated with the Library Publishing Forum, which will take place May 22nd and 23rd at the University of … Continue reading Publishing platforms preconference: Call for showcase participants!
November 14, 2017:
The Library Publishing Coalition Program Committee is delighted to announce that the call for proposals for the 2018 Library Publishing Forum is now open! The Program Committee welcomes proposals on any library publishing topic. We particularly invite those that address the following themes: New directions: Share your new initiatives, partnerships, or research, or tackle new … Continue reading Call for proposals: 2018 Library Publishing Forum
November 8, 2017:
The Library Publishing Coalition Program Committee is excited to announce that the keynote address at the 2018 Library Publishing Forum will be given by Catherine Kudlick, Professor of History and Director of the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University. Dr. Kudlick has published a number of books and articles in disability … Continue reading Announcing the 2018 Library Publishing Forum keynote speaker: Catherine Kudlick
Keynote: Catherine Kudlick
After two decades at the University of California, Davis, Catherine Kudlick became Professor of History and Director of the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University in 2012. She has published a number of books and articles in disability history, including Reflections: the Life and Writings of a Young Blind Woman in Postrevolutionary France and “Disability History: Why We Need Another Other” in the American Historical Review. She oversaw completion of Paul Longmore’s posthumously published book, Telethons: Spectacle, Disability, and the Business of Charity. She is co-editing The Oxford Handbook of Disability History with Michael Rembis and Kim Nielsen. As director of the Longmore Institute, she directed the public history exhibit “Patient No More: People with Disabilities Securing Civil Rights” and co-hosts Superfest International Disability Film Festival. She has been active in electronic accessibility initiatives, first at UC Davis and more recently in public advocacy.
Date: Monday, May 21st, 2018
Location: Wilson Library, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Registration and more: Registration will open in spring 2018
Sponsors of the Library Publishing Forum demonstrate their commitment to the emerging community of library publishers, including their many affiliates and partners. By becoming a sponsor, you will reach a highly influential, international audience of potential new partners and clients. Sponsorship dollars fund the costs associated with hosting this conference (venue, catering, reception). To learn more and to sponsor this event, see the Library Publishing Coalition’s Publishers and Service Providers Program, which includes Forum-only and year-round sponsorship tiers.
The 2019 Library Publishing Forum will be hosted by Simon Fraser University on their campus in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, dates TBD.