Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Discussion Group


Purpose and Origins

To provide a discussion and information-sharing forum for librarians with particular interests in Europe in the ancient, medieval and early modern periods.

Established in 1984, this discussion group has a chair, selected annually, and a secretary, who is also chair-elect.

Current Leadership & Members

  • Sharon Clayton (Co-convener, July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2024)
  • Ramona Romera (Co-convener, July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2024)

See ACRL website for previous years’ membership

Agendas and Minutes

Meeting Agendas

2022 Annual (Washington, D.C.)
2022 Midwinter
2021 Annual Virtual
2021 Midwinter Virtual
2020 Annual Virtual
2020 Midwinter (Philadelphia)
2019 Annual (Washington D.C.)
2019 Midwinter (Seattle)
2018 Annual (New Orleans)
2018 Midwinter (Denver)
2017 Annual (Chicago)
2017 Midwinter (Atlanta)
2016 Annual (Orlando)
2016 Midwinter (Boston)
2015 Annual (San Francisco)
2015 Midwinter (Chicago)
2014 Annual (Las Vegas)
2014 Midwinter (Philadelphia)
2013 Annual (Chicago)
2012 Annual (Anaheim)

Meeting Minutes

2022 Annual (Washington, D.C.)
2022 Midwinter
2021 Annual
2021 Midwinter
2020 ESS Virtual
2020 Midwinter (Philadelphia)
2019 Annual (Washington D.C.)
2019 Midwinter (Seattle)
2018 Annual (New Orleans)
2018 Midwinter (Denver)
2017 Annual (Chicago)
2017 Midwinter (Atlanta)
2011 Annual (New Orleans)
2011 Midwinter (San Diego)
2010 Annual (Washington D.C.)
2010 Midwinter (Boston)
2009 Annual (Chicago)
2008 Annual (Anaheim)
2008 Midwinter (Philadelphia)
2007 Annual (Washington D.C.)
2007 Midwinter (Seattle)
2006 Annual (New Orleans)
2006 Midwinter (San Antonio)

Electronic Discussion List

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