IFLA WLIC 2018 Congress Session 246
"Inter-religious dialogue: information and documentation in a context of transformation"
29 August 2018
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Conference Hall 3
In keeping with the thematic focus of the next World Library Information Congress, “Transform Libraries, transform Societies”, the IFLA Religions: Libraries and Dialogue Special Interest Group proposes a session. It will be organised on the theme: “Interreligious dialogue, information and documentation in a context of transformation”.
- How can libraries of all types encourage development and pursuit the implementation of interreligious dialogue?
- How can libraries transmit knowledge about religious heritage?
- How are libraries facing a changing religious context and the need for interreligious dialogue in their societies?
The session will be held from 13:45 to 15:45.
The program of the session follows:
- Modeling Ethnic and Religious Diversity in Myanmar Collections. Christopher A. Miller, University Libraries of Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University (Virginia Tech), United States
- Library Practice in Developing Interreligious Dialogue in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Irena Pejić, Catholic Theological Faculty University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tea Vuglec Mijović, University of Zagreb, Croatia
- Rethinking the Special Library´s Role in Building a Foundation of Interreligious Harmony. Indah Novita Sari, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia, Ni Putu Premierita Haryanti, Universitas Udayana, Indonesia
- Interreligious dialogue for sustainable peace: the Library of Alexandria building bridges of tolerance and mutual understanding. Dina Youssef, Biblitoheca Alexandrina, Egypt
Last update: 25 August 2018