Librarian Sentiment and the Destruction in Sarajevo

Mark Edwin Peterson


Selected Libraries & Librarians on Twitter

username chosen name with link to page institution
@BibSocAmer The Bibliographical Society of America University of Virginia
@WilsonLibUNC Wilson Library, UNC Chapel Hill U of North Carolina
@uwspeccoll Special Collections University of Washington
@IllinoisLibrary University Library University of Illinois
@IULillyLibrary IU Lilly Library Indiana University
@UChicagoLibrary UChicago Library University of Chicago
@fbulibrary Fontbonne Library Fontbonne University
@UChicagoSCRC Special Collections Research Center University of Chicago
@RareUVA UVA Special Collections University of Virginia
@GrolierClub The Grolier Club The Grolier Club
@WhatintheHill LSU Special Collections Louisiana State University
@UoG_ASC U of G Archival & Special Collections University of Georgia
@CornellRMC CornellRMC Cornell University
@SLUSpecColl SLU Special Collections St. Louis University
@PULibrary Princeton University Library Princeton University
@Pennrare Penn Special Collections Processing Pennsylvania University
@eliz_ott Elizabeth Ott U of North Carolina
@StanfordLibs Stanford Libraries Stanford University
@HooverArchives Hoover Institution Library & Archives Stanford University
@HoughtonLib Houghton Library Harvard University
@UCLALibrary UCLA Library UCLA
@HornbakeLibrary UMD SpecColl University of Maryland
@waynestatelib Wayne State Libraries Wayne State University
@FolgerResearch Folger Research Folger Shakespeare Library
@piuslibrary Pius Library St. Louis University
@coolathoole Hoole Spec Coll Lib University of Alabama
@UMDLibraries UMD Libraries University of Maryland
@unccspeccoll Special Collections U of North Carolina
@muddlibrary Mudd Library Princeton University
@UofSCRareBooks UofSC Rare Books U of South Carolina
@GorgasLib The University of Alabama Libraries University of Alabama
@john_overholt John Overholt Harvard University

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  5. Cushing, Amber L. 2018. “‘We’ve No Problem Inheriting That Knowledge on to Other People’: Exploring the Characteristics of Motivation for Attending a Participatory Archives Event.” Library & Information Science Research 40 (2): 135–43. link.
  6. Foner, Eric. 2002. Who Owns History?: Rethinking the Past in a Changing World. 1st ed. New York: Hill and Wang.
  7. Fontana, Giuditta. 2013. “War by Other Means: Cultural Policy and the Politics of Corporate Consociation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.” Nationalism & Ethnic Politics 19 (4): 447–66. link.
  8. Gerhardt, Christina. 2012. “On Natural History: Concepts of History in Adorno and Kracauer.” In Culture in the Anteroom: The Legacies of Siegfried Kracauer, edited by Johannes von Moltke and Gerd Gemünden. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. link.
  9. Hartmann, Kristen M. 2016. “Fragmentation and Forgetting: Sarajevo’s Vijećnica.” International Journal of Heritage Studies 22 (4): 312–24. link.

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