This Week's Jewish Links
Here are this week's links on Jewish books, reading, writing and libraries.
Cathy Balshone-Becze talks about What Public Libraries Can Do for Special Libraries: Presenting an Overview of Services in Massachusetts
. This region-specific but very interesting presentation was made at last year's New England Association of Jewish Libraries conference and has ongoing relevance for Judaica librarians.
From the New York Times
, an Arts Review column on Medieval Remnants of the Jews in Spain
.Anne Frank's Diary- complete, original- is on display for the first time
. From the Christian Science Monitor
For laughs: Scenes from the post-print apocalypse
. From the New York Times
From the Jewish Publication Society blog: Lost, But Not Forgotten
From the Jerusalem Post
: Jerusalem Limmud FSU event to highlight Nobel prize theme: Jewish learning festival for Russian speakers follows successful events in Ukraine, Moscow
Check out the Jewish Book Council's upcoming Twitter Book Club
: Jennifer Gilmore's Something Red: A Nove
l, on June 2.Got a link about Jewish books you'd like me to see? Email me at mcloutier at jewishlibraries.org. Have a great week!
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