TITLE: Japanese Collections: Past, Present and Future
SPEAKER: Carolyn Brown, Peter Young, Manabu Yokoyama, Kakugyo Chiku, Ellen Hammond, Eiichi Ito
EVENT DATE: 09/21/2010
FORMAT: Video + Captions
RUNNING TIME: 152 minutes
TRANSCRIPT: View Transcript (link will open in a new window)
In a symposium presented in conjunction with a display in the Library's Asian Reading Room, the Library of Congress celebrated the 80th anniversary of its Japanese collections.
Speaker Biography: Carolyn Brown is director of Scholarly Programs at the Library of Congress.
Speaker Biography: Peter Young is chief of the Asian Division at the Library of Congress.
Speaker Biography: Manabu Yokoyama is a professor in the Department of Human Living Sciences, Faculty of Human Life Science at Notre Dame Seishin University, Japan.
Speaker Biography: Kakugyo Chiku is professor of Environmental Engineering and director of Architecture at the Library Center, Kanazawa Institute of Technology.
Speaker Biography: Ellen Hammond is curator of the East Asia Library at Yale University.
Speaker Biography: Eiichi Ito is a reference librarian in the Asian Division at the Library of Congress.