you are invited to Submit a proposal and Register to the Satellite meeting "Preserving our origins: Approaches to the organization, curation, and historiography of the record of national and international organizations in libraries, information, and documentation."
The Satellite is organized by the IFLA Library History SIG, prior to the World Library and Information Congress (17-19 August, Mons, Belgium) with ASISI&T SIG History and Foundation of Information Science and the Mundaneum.
Featuring a keynote address by the eminent scholar Boyd Rayward, whose work on the legacy of Paul Otlet has inspired and transformed multiple aspects of the history of information science, this Satellite seeks to bring together historians, archivists, librarians, and representatives of associations to focus on the developing historiography of libraries, librarianship, the information sciences, and documentation with an emphasis on the associations and organizations that developed and supported the field’s tremendous global growth and impact over the past 125 years.
Call for papers: https://2023.ifla.org/cfp-calls/satellite-libhist/
More information: http://expositions.mundaneum.org/en/conference/preserving-our-origins-world-library-and-information-congress
Anna Maria Tammaro
IFLA LIBHIST SIG Convenor