(9 Apr 2019) From SEALG press release:
This year’s annual meeting of SEALG will take place in Leiden on 28-29 June in collaboration with the Asian Library Leiden.
As in previous years, we aim to have the presentation of selected papers on library and archive related issues on Friday, followed by the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday. We invite proposals for papers on themes relating to collections, archives and the library work as well as recent developments in the field of South East Asian Studies.
A paper presentation should not exceed 30 minutes (including time for questions/discussion). Paper abstracts should be no more than 200 words and must include a title, author’s name and affiliation, as well as contact details.
Please submit your paper proposal including an abstract to Doris Jedamski not later than by 31 May 2019.
We encourage submissions from library and archive staff as well as from scholars and graduate students. Publication of a paper will be possible in the SEALG Newsletter which is online at www.sealg.org.
It would facilitate our planning enormously if you could let us know by email if you are planning to attend, and if you are planning to stay for both days or only the AGM on Saturday.
Everyone will be most welcome and participation is not restricted to library or archive staff.
Leiden has an interesting range of museums and other attractions to explore. An overview with links to various sites can be found on https://www.holland.com/global/tourism/destinations/more-destinations/leiden/architecture-in-leiden.htm
http://www.planetware.com/tourist-attractions-/leyden-nl-zh-lei.htm. And of course, the new Asian Library itself is worth a visit, too.
The Southeast Asia Library Group is very much looking forward to meeting you in Leiden, the Netherlands.
The original announcement is here.