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Subject: Yale Preservation Lectures Series available online

Yale Preservation Lectures Series available online

From: Roberta Pilette <roberta.pilette<-at->
Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
All four of the Yale University Preservation Lectures are now
available at


The last lecture by Mary M.Brooks, "Cassandra Calling: Conservation
pasts, present and futures" is audio only.  The other three lectures
are videos.

If you haven't heard the lectures I encourage you to take a listen
to James Reilly on "Sustainable Stewardship: The new thinking,
preservation environments, and building operations", Helen Shenton
on "Paradoxes of Preservation: A personal and strategic perspective
on crossing the pond", or Abby Smith Rumsey on "But Storage is
Cheap... digital preservation in the age of abundance".  These along
with Mary Brooks' talk can be found at the URL above.

The fifth Preservation Lecture will be at 3:30p.m, November 21, 2013
at Yale's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.  The speaker
will be Aniko Bezur, Director of Scientific Research in Yale's
Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage. She'll be
talking about 'science facilities in the service of collections.'

The formal announcement of the next lecture will come out closer to
the date.

Bobbie Pilette
Director, Preservation Dept
Yale University Library

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