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D IGITAL L IBRARY OF THE C ARIBBEAN | Spring 2011 Newsletter Number 2

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The Digital Library of the Caribbean diverse partners serve an international community of scholars, students, and citizens by working together to preserve and to provide enhanced electronic access to cultural, historical, legal, governmental, and research materials in a common web space with a multilingual interface. The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a cooperative of partners within the Caribbean and circum Caribbean that provide s users with access to Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials held in archives, libraries, and private collections. dLOC comprises collections that speak to the similarities and differences in histories, cultures, languages and governmental systems. Association for Cultural Equity Bibliothque Hatienne des Pres du St Esprit, Biblioteca Rafael Herrera Cabral, Belize National Library, Caribbean Community Secretariat, Caribbean Information Resource Network, The College of The Bahamas, Educa Vision Inc., Duke University Libraries Florida International University, Florida State University, Fundacin Global Democracia y Desarrollo, HistoryMiami, KITLV, National Library of Jamaica, University of Central Florida, University of Florida, University of Miami, University of the Netherlands Antilles, Universidad de Oriente, University of South Florida, and University of the Virgin Islands and WIDECAST. *New me mbers Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean, Florida International University, Editor Liesl Picard, Associate Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center, Florida International University, Associate Editor Laurie Taylor, Interim Director, Digital Library Center, University of Florida Libraries, Associate Editor and Technical Contributor Mark Sullivan, Systems Programmer, Digital Library Center, University of Florida Libraries, Technical Con tributor Lourdes Santamara Wheeler, Museum and Special Projects Coordinator, Digital Library Center, University of Florida Libraries, Graphic Designer Pierre Losson, Translat or M ISSION P URPOSE AND V ISION D IGITAL L IBRARY OF THE C ARIBBEAN P ARTNER I NSTITUTIONS N EWSLETTER E DITORIAL C OMMITTEE

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The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) continues to add new partners, content and users From October 2010 to March 2011 dLOC added 7,500 items and 230,000 pages of content. Currently, over 1.5 million pages of Caribbean research materials are online and freely accessible and l ast month the site registered over 350,000 hits! dLOC welcomes the Association for Cultural Equity and the Duke University Libraries as new members. S everal new projects and collaborations began this spring including : the Green generous support for the completion of Haiti: An Island Luminous ; the collaboration between the University of Florida Center for the Humanities & the Public Sphere Library Enhancement Program and the National Library of Jamaica to digitize ; and the Strengthening Caribbean Research through Technology project funded by the Florida International University Technology Fee competition. N ew collections now available online include the Grenada Newsletter the social science journal Eme Eme and th e Journal of Legal Studies from the Pontifi c i a Universidad Catlica Madre y Maestra in the Dominican Republic Additionally, the Caribbean Region of the International Resource Network continues its project to digitize a variety of materials on Caribbean s exualities, including the Gay Freedom Movement archives. The University of Florida Digital Library Center continues to strengthen the technology that supports dLOC. The dLOC Toolkit for partner submission s of materials is now fully online and the impleme ntation of Solr/Lucene indexing vastly improves the quality and speed of the searching. Project partner technical training and coordination visits are ongoing and the Spring 2011 trainings included Curacao, Grenada, and Jamaica. dLOC invites all current partners and other interest ed parties to attend two upcoming open meetings at the 2011 ACURIL Conference in Tampa, Florida : May 31, 2011: Digitization Workshop hosted by University of South Florida ; 1 :00pm 5 :00 pm June 1, 2011: G eneral M ember and I nterest M eeting ; 1:30pm Contact dloc@fiu.edu for more details. dLOC relies on its partners to build this unique collection of Caribbean and circum Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials that are held in archives, libraries, and private collections around the world. The project also relies on librarians and faculty to promote the materials and incorporate them into their teaching and research With the support of these groups, their inst itutions, and grant based funders, the project continue s to evolve in support of its mission and create an international initiative dedicated to promoting and supporting Caribbean Studies, providing improved access to Caribbean resources, and fostering a collaborative digital library community in the Caribbean region. D LOC AT A G LANCE

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Haiti: An Island Luminous A new partnership between dLOC and the Green Family Foundation (GFF) will enable the completion of a one of a kind exhibit that provides a free, online experience that guides users through the complex and often understudied history of Haiti, from the Arawak indigenous groups through th e fall of Jean Claude Duvalier. "Haiti: An Island Luminous" features contributions from scholars and graduate students, excerpts from past publications, and direct links providing free access to books, manuscripts and newspapers, and joins together expert commentary and original documen ts to introduce users to 500 years of Haitian history. The exhibit, in English, French and Haitian Creole, will ultimately in clude more than 170 interactive slides that link directly to full text resources already available in the Digital Library of the C aribbean and a navigational toolbar allow s users to explore Haiti's history by time period. University of Florida Library Enhancement Program in the Humanities The Center for the Humanities & the Public Sphere at the University of Florida, with the support of the Robert and Margaret Rothman Endowment for the Humanities, has awarded a $5,000 grant to the National Library of Jamaica to digitize A glossy Christmas annual, Plante or novella by Herbert de Lisser, fifteen of which have n ever been published elsewhere De Lisser was most prolific writer prior to 1950 and was the ma jor news paper T he Gleaner for nearly four decades. UF English P rofessor and principal investigator of the project Leah Rosenberg they find it hard to teach because few te xts are available. Digitizing these early journals will significantly increase the number of early texts available and thus contribute to reshaping the K ey early Caribbean items teaching f ollow: Froudacity: West Indian F ables by James Anthony Froude by J.J. Thomas Contributed by the University of South Florida http://www.dloc.com/AA00000555 Jane's C areer: A S tory of Jamaica by H.G. de Lisser Contributed by the National Library of Jamaica http://www.dloc.com/CA01000009 "Haiti: An Island Luminous is a vital platform highlighting Haiti's rich cultural heritage and contributions to the world stage Kimberly Green P resident The Green Family Foundation N EW C OLLABORATIONS AND P ROJECTS

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Technology Fee Proposal FIU Florida International Un iversity Libraries was awarded $16,000 from the Technology Fee Grant to provide FIU faculty and students with the tools needed to incorporate primary and secondary sources from the Caribbean into their teaching and research. The goals of the project are to support access and increase content in the Digital Library of the Caribbean's full text and full page image database, implement an outreach plan that will ensure incorporation of these materials into existing FIU classes in an effort to diversify the curriculum and develop new linka ges for FIU students and faculty for research and internships with dLOC partners in the Caribbean. Pierre Losson, a graduate student in the FIU Master of Arts in Latin American and Caribbean Studies program, conducted a survey of FIU faculty in several disciplines. Of the 26 respondents, 72% conduct research in the Caribbean, 56% did not know about dLOC before the survey and only 12% currently use dLOC in the c lassroom. However, nearly half expressed interest in learning more about dLOC and creating bookshelves to support their teaching. This survey reinforces dLOC engaging faculty to encourage the use of the resource in both research and teach ing. In addition, this grant has supported the development of a dLOC Caribbean Map Exhibit which was done in conjunction with the Maps and User Imagery Services D epartment of FIU Librar ies and will be available on the dLOC website soon. dLOC, CIFNAL a nd MANIOC Formal collaborations with the Center for Research Libraries Collaborative Initiative for French North American Libraries (CIFNAL) and MANIOC, the University of the Antilles digital library, continue to develop. Representatives from MAN IOC will visit and work with dLOC project staff following the ACURIL conference in Florida. Also, dLOC will make formal presentations at both the CIFNAL and the Western European Studies Section meetings at the American Library Association conference to be held June 23 28, 2011, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Please contact Matthew Loving (matlovi@uflib.ufl.edu), Romance Languages Librarian at the University of Florida Smathers Library and dLOC/CIFNAL P roject C oordinator, for more information. Grenada Newsletter Self published by the famous Grenadian j ournalist Alister Hughes and his wife Cynthia, the mimeographed Grenada Newsletter ( produced in its later years on early Apple Macintosh co mputers) is an outstanding source of reporting on conditions in early post colonial Grenada It examines Grenada from August 1973 when the Mongoose Gang dominated regime of Sir Eric Gairy held sway, through the revolutionary socialist New Jewel Movement government of P ARTNER S POTLIGHT

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Guyana Ministry of Health December 2010 Maurice Bishop, whi ch tragically ended with the 1983 assassination of Bishop and other supporters at the hands of Phyllis and Bernard Coard and 15 other dissidents from the New Jewel Movement ; thus leading to the US led invasion of Grenada in October 1983. The Grenada Newsle tter continued to repo rt on post intervention Grenada until 1994. The Newsletter documented an incredibly active and interesting period in the life of the country in which Alister was involved both as a partisan and native son, and engaged as a sc rupulous and fearless reporter. Alister would have been delighted to find that the Grenada Newsletter is now available to all Grenadians and fellow supporters, and i f you perhaps offered him a brandy, I am certain that he could tell you even more about what happened during those historic days. A nearly complete collection of the Grenada Newsletter is now available online in dLOC thanks to the support of the University of the West Indies, Open Campus, Grenada, and Alister wife, Mrs. Margaret Hughes, of Ireland. See the collection in Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library: http://dloc.com/AA00000053 Prepared by: Bruce Potter, M oderator of "Grenada's Story," < www.grenada history.org > founded by Alister and Margaret Hughes in 2001, in the hope that the stories recounted h ere will help to restore the heritage of Grenada to all." Caribbean Region of the International Resource Network (IRN) The Caribbean IRN is a network that connects activists, scholars, artists and other individuals and organizations that research and work on issues related to diverse genders and sexualities in the Caribbean. For more information about the Caribbean IRN, please visit its w ebsite www.irnweb.org and select Latin America / Caribbean Region. Although a new dLOC member Caribbean IRN already provides access to many important resources. The collection includes a variety of materials (newspaper articles, scholarly papers, activist reports, open letters, creative works interviews, and more) which offer a glimpse into the complexity of LGBT lives and experiences in the Caribbean. This collection presents multiple perspectives related to community and political organizing, health and academic research. It is a small but growing collection a work in progress that brings materials on Caribbean s exualities together through digital open access for the first time. A major part of the dLOC collection includes the archives of the Gay Freedom Movement (GFM) in Jamaica. The GFM preceded the Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All S exua ls and Gays (JFLAG). A ctive in Jamaica between 1974

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and 1983 the GFM are now digitized for historical purposes and further study These archives are being made available with the permission of Larry Chang, one of the founders of the GFM. T he GFM collection allow s researchers, activists and educators to gain insights into the history of organizing around gender and sexuality in the Caribbean. The collection will be active in Summer 2011. For more information, contact caribbeanirn@gmail.com Prepared by: Natalie Bennet, Rosamond King, Angelique Nixon, Colin Robinson, and Vidyaratha Kissoon PUCMM Scholarly Journals Online Through the PUCMM Scholarly Journals Online project, The Pontificia Universidad Catlica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) and dLOC continue to work to fulfill its goal to conserve and provide access to the PUCMM collection and support students, faculty, researchers and the general public in an effort to promote increased knowledge, enhance access to digital resources and improve teac hing and learning. Among the contributed documents are the works of the Rector of PUCMM, Monsignor Agripino Nez Collado, and those of rese arch faculty of the institution, including the social science journal Eme Eme 1972 1992 and the Journal of Legal Studies, 1977 2002. University of Florida and the Panama Canal Museum http://dloc.com/pcm Panama and the Canal is a joint project from the University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries and the Panama Canal Museum (Seminole, Florida). The collection builds from the Panama Canal Museum's rich collection of Panama and Canal Zone materials and the extensive holdi ngs on Panama and the whole of Latin America from various units of the University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries. These include the Latin American Collection, the Map & Imagery Library, and the Government Documents Department, which is seeking to serve as a Center of Excellence among repositories for the documentation of the U.S. Panama Canal Commission and its predecessor agencies. Over 100 titles are already available online and the collection continues to grow. dLOC currently has online content from 24 partner institutions. Membership is open to archives, libraries and museums; associations, organizations, and research centers and publishers with collections of Caribbean content dLOC is proud to welcome two new members since the publication of its last newsletter and looks forward to their contributions of the following materials from their collections : D LOC W ELCOMES T WO N EW M EMBERS

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Alan Lomax Listening Station Showcased at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Fest ival Haiti Pavilion S ponsored by the Green Family Foundation. Association of Cultural Equity Although the collection will be digitized and made available in stages, the complete contents of Alan Lomax's Caribbean recordings and photographs include: Bahamas In 1935, at the urging of novelist, folklorist, and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston and on a budget of $198 from the Library of Con gress, 19 year old Alan Lomax sailed to Nassau, Cat Island and Andros Island to record sailors, sponge fishermen, farmers and dockworkers. African and New World styles and traditions are charmingly intertwined in their boat pulling songs, shanties, anthems and old story songs (a cross between Jack tales and African Anancy tales of trickster lads outwitting the devil). The "John B. Sail" is one of the songs in this collection whose engaging melody a nd lyrics made it a popular hit sung by The Weavers, Pete S eeger, Roger Whitaker, Dick Dale, The Beach Boys, and Johnny Cash. Haiti In 1936 37, Alan Lomax persuaded the Library of Congress to sponsor an extensive recorded survey of Haitian music. Again at the behest of Zora Neale Hurston, and with guidance from Melville Herskovits, Lomax made fifty hours of recordings documenting early Rara, combite, Vaudoo, antiqu e French ballads, and legendary composer Ludovic Lamothe (1882 1953). The collection is accompanied by a compelling diary and correspondence chronicling the trip, with diagrams, drawings, and film footage. This rich corpus languished for se venty years until ACE transferred the recordings to DAT and restored them. Eastern Caribbean In 1962, with funding from the Rockefeller Foundation and sponsorship from the University of the West Indies, Alan Lomax arranged to record the music of the Less er Antilles, the chain of islands forming the eastern rim of the Caribbean. Over the course of six months, Lomax made 1,859 field recordings and 1,093 documentary photographs in twelve islands, including Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Carriacou, St. Lucia, St. Barthelemy, Anguilla, and St. Kitts, and Nevis. Collaborators and advisors to the project were folklorists Jacob D. Elder, Dan Crowley, Roger Abrahams, Philip Sherlock (University College of the West Indies, Jamaica), and Andrew C. Pearse (St. Lucia). A complete copy on open reel tape was deposited at the University College of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica. Later in the 1960s Lomax made recordings in St. Eustatius and the Dominican Republic.

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Duke University Libraries The Deena Stryker Photograph Collection, which consists of approximately 1850 photographs shot in Cuba between 1963 and 1964 by Deena Stryker and processed by Alberto Korda. The Gary Monroe Collection is a collection of 98, 16 x 20 black and whi te gelatin silver prints photographed by Gary Monroe from 1980 to 1998 in Haiti, in Haitian neighborhoods in Florida and at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Processing Center at Krome Avenue in Miami The Caribbean Sea Migration Collection con tains material related to the migration of Cubans, Dominicans, and Haitians by sea as well as material documenting the Cuban and Haitian refugee camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, largely dating from 1965 1996. Other significant Caribbean materials from the Duke collection. Implementation of Solr/Lucene I ndexing dLOC has been updated to use Solr/Lucene for full text searching and indexing. Solr and Lucene are both enterprise level, open source technologies. As dLOC has grown to include so many items, pages, and languages, dLOC needed to upgrade to the top industry standard technologies for searching and indexing. All searches are now faster and more accurate. As an added bonus, search terms can be seen in context as shown in the following link: http://dloc.com/UF00078529/00001/search?search=venezuela The Solr/Lucene upgrade also lays the groundwork for future improvements. In the coming year, dLOC intends to pair the in text display of the search terms with page image highlighting of the search terms. This will dLOC Too lkit Goes Fully Online The dLOC Toolkit will soon be fully online. Many dLOC partners are already using the online metadata editor to update existing records and create new items for the collections. Please contact dloc@fiu.edu if you would like more information or virtual training for the new tools or Mark Sullivan, dLOC P rogrammer, will provide an overview of the changes at the a forementioned dLOC G eneral M ember and Interest M eeting on Wednesday, June 1, 2011, at 1:30pm as part of the ACURIL IT Special Interest Group meeting. N EW T OOLS AND T ECHNOLOGIES

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Elizabeth Chin, a Katherine Dunham specialist from Occidental College, and University of Florida students performed traditional Haitian dance at the UF Hand in Hand Benefit Concert. National Library of Haiti Reading Room May 2011 The National Library of Haiti, National Archives of Haiti, the Fathers of the Holy Spirit Library and the Christian Brothers Library continue to make significant progress in their respective institutions. On January 17, 2011, the Christian Brothers Library was the first of these important institutions to reopen to the public. The National Library of Haiti reopened quietly in April and is serving approximately 30 people daily The Fathers of the Holy Spirit Library completed construction on its new facility and is awaiting furnishings The National Archives of Haiti continues to reorganize and restore its collection PHPI continues to work with the p artner institutions in Haiti to promote awareness of the needs of the collections and secure resources for the heritage collections. On October 22 2010, the University of Florida (UF) Center for Latin American Studies with support fr om the Brazilian Cultural Arts Exchange (BCAE), the UF Center for African American Studies, t he UF Center for African Studies, UF George A. Smathers Libraries, the UF School of Theatre and Dance, and Studio Percussion hosted a performance to support PHPI. Special guests included Professor Elizabeth Chin from Occidental College and Bohasha Porto and Leandro Silva of the BCAE and musical per formance by Macaxeira Roots with guest artist Welson Tremura, co director of Jacar Brazil and Director of the Brazilian Music Institute. The concert raised over $2,000 for PHPI On February 17 2011, the Florida International University Latin American and Caribbean Center (LACC), the Florida International University Libraries, the University of Miami Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) and the University of Miami Libraries hosted a community f ilm s creening of galit for All: Toussaint Lo uverture and the Haitian Revolution a PBS documentary produced by Koval Films, as a fundraiser. dLOC extends a s pecial thanks to author Edwidge Danticat performance artist Erol Josu and h istory professor, Chantalle Verna, who participated in the and are featured in the documentary The event raised $1,875 for PHPI and through a partnership with the FIU Student Government Association that amount was generously matched by Columbus Networks for a total of $3,750 The Organization of American States Pan American Institute for Geography and History allocated $8,000 to purchase new equipment for the National Archives of Haiti. These resources, S PECIAL P ROJECT R EPORT : T HE P ROTECTING H AITIAN P ATRIMONY I NITIATIVE (PHPI)

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combined with the archival boxes donated by Hollinger Metal Edge in collabo ration with the Society of Florida Archivists and computers donated by the FIU College of Business will continue to support the infrastructure of the National Archives of Haiti for years to come. Digitization Workshop dLOC invites interested libraries to participate a digitization workshop hosted by University of South Florida (USF) Special & Digital Collection s on May 31, 2011 from 1 :00pm 5 :00 pm. H eld in conjunction with the 2011 ACUR IL Conference in Tampa, Florida, Mark I. Greenberg, Director, Special & Digital Collections, Florida Studies Center, Oral History Program, Holocaust & Genocide Studies Center USF and Barb ara Lewis, Coordinator for Digital Collections, USF, will facilitate the workshop. It will take place in the USF Library and include a tour of USF and 45 minute hands on sessions on the library's oral history and digitization programs. USF Special & Di gital Collections: http://guides.lib.usf.edu/special collections USF dLOC webpage: http://dloc.com/iusf T ransportation will be provided to the campus. RSVP to dloc@fiu.edu Executive Board Meeting The University of South Florida Libraries will host th e dLOC Executive Board meeting on June 2, 2011 at 5:00pm. Executive Board Chair: Jean Wilfrid Bertrand, Director, Archives Nationales d'Hati Vice C hair: Margo Groenewoud, Director, University of the Netherlands Antilles Library Secretary: Mark Greenberg, Director Special & Digital Collections, Univ ersity of South Florida Barry Baker, Director of Libraries, University of Central Florida Astrid Britten, Director, Biblioteca Nacional Aruba Maureen Newton, Caribbean Community Secretariat Dulce Mara Nuez, Library Director, Pontificia Universidad Madre y Maestra Joy Ysaguirre, Chief Librarian, Belize National Library Service Past Chair : Judith Rogers, Manager, Library and Faculty Technology Services, University of the Virgin Islands dLOC Host Institution Representative : Laurie Probst, Dean of Libraries, Florida International University Scholarly Advisory Board Chair: Cristina Eguizbal, Director Latin American and Caribbean Center, Florida International University D LOC A DMINISTRATION AND A NNOUNCEMENTS

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Scholarly Advisory Board The Scholarly Advisory Board, comprised of academics and professionals in the fields of Caribbean s tudies and d igital l ibraries, provides guidance on collection development, collection accessibility, and technical issues. The board will meet in conjunctio n with the 2011 Caribbean Studies Association conference to discuss the project and opportunities to expand funding and outreach programming In 2011, several members will complete their service to the Board and dLOC will issue a call for new members. Please consider serv ing Scholarly Advisory Board Members Co Chair: Cristina Eguizbal, Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center; Principal Investigator (PI) CNDL (dLOC PI, 2007 2009), Florida International University Co Chair: Phillip Williams Director and Professor, Center for Latin American Studies; C o PI, CNDL, University of Florida Alejandra Bronfman, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Univ ersity of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada Eric Duke, Assistant Professor, Department of Africana Studies, University of South Florida Lloyd Gardner, Manager, Environmental Support Services; Environmental Specialist, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands Adolfo Gonzalez Henriquez, Sociologist; Scientific Advisor, Biblioteca Digital del Caribe Hector Rojas Herazo, Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia Jo Ann Harris, Professor, Literature, Communication & Culture, Georgia Institute of Technology Le ah Rosenberg, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Florida Chantalle Verna, Assistant Professor, Dep artments of History and Politics & International Relations, Florida International University Ex Officio Member: Judith Rogers, Unive rsity of the Virgin Islands Ex Officio Member: Laurie Taylor, University of Florida Ex Officio Member: Gayle Williams, Florida International University Ex Officio Member: Brooke Wooldridge, Florida International University Recent Presentations The University of Chicago Center for Latin American Studies Chicago, IL, April 20, 2011 Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean, FIU Mark Sullivan, dLOC Programmer University of Florida S ELECT P UBLICATIONS AND P RESENTATIONS

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Florida International University Tuesday Times Roundtable Miami, FL, April 12, 2011 Protecting Liesl B. Picard, Associate Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center FIU Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean FIU Dartmouth Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies Symposium New Hanover, NH, April 8, 2011 Return to Haiti: Cultural Recovery Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean FIU Florida International University GIS Day The Evolving Caribbean Miami, FL, March 25, 2011 Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean FIU Dutch Caribbean Library Conference, Curacao Willemstad, Curacao, February 23 24, 2011 The Importance of Digitization for the Caribbean Community, Brooke Wooldridge Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean FIU Metadata Training Workshop Laila Miletic Vejzovic, Head, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Central Florida Libraries Dutch Caribbean Libraries Workshop: Shared Digitization and Fundraising Opportunities Open Discussion Haitian Studies Association Conference Haiti, History, Healing: Facing the Challenges of Reconstruction Providence, Rhode Island, November 10 13, 2010 Dominique Coulombe, Interim Director, Special Collections, Brown University Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Caribbean Library, FIU Ted Widmer, Director, John Carter Brown Library, Brown University Elizabeth Pierre Louis, Library Program Coordinator, FOKAL Latin American Studies Association Crisis, Response, Recovery Toronto, Canada, October 10 15, 2010 Outreach Collaborations: Expanding the Scope of Latin American Studies across the United States ; Organizer: Natalie C. Arsenault, University of Texas/Austin Brooke Wooldridge Coordinator, Digital Caribbean Library, FIU Liesl B. Picard, Associate Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center, FIU

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Upcoming Conferences 2011 May 3 6 Society of Florida Archivists St. Augustine, Florida 16 20 Association of Caribbean Historians San Juan Puerto Rico 18 20 Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information Access Grantees Conference Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan June 1 5 Association of Caribbean University Research Institutional Libraries Tampa, Florida 1 5 Caribbean Studies Association ( Scholarly Advisory Board Meeting) Willemstad, Curacao 23 29 American Library Association New Orleans, Louisiana July 6 9 American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Conference Washington, D C August 10 11 International Federation of Library Associations, Satellite Conference on Acquisition and Collection Development University of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix US Virgin Islands 10 11 International Federation of Library Associations, Satellite Conference Genealogy and Local History University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas US Virgin Islands 13 18 I nternational Federation of Library Associations San Juan, Puerto Rico DIGITAL LIBRARY OF THE CARIBBEAN ( d LOC) is a cooperative digital library for resources from and about the Caribbean and circum Caribbean. dLOC provides access to digitized versions of Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials currently held in archives, libraries, and private collections. For more i nformation go to www.dloc.com



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D IGITAL L IBRARY OF THE C ARIBBEAN | Spring 2011 Newsletter Number 2

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dLOC's diverse partners serve an international community of scholars, students, and citizens by working together to preserve and to provide enhanced electronic access to cultural, historical, legal, governmental, and research materials in a common web space with a multilingual interface. The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a cooperative of partners within the Caribbean and circum Caribbean that will provide users with access to Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials held in archives, libraries, and private collect ions. dLOC comprises collections that speak to the similarities and differences in histories, cultures, languages and governmental systems. A ssociation for Cultural Equity Bibliothque Hatienne des Pres du St Esprit, Biblioteca Rafael Herrera Cabral, Belize National Library, Caribbean Community Secretariat, Caribbean Information Resource Network, The College of The Bahamas, Educa Vision Inc., Duke University Libraries Florida International University, Florida State University, Fundacin Global Democracia y Desarrollo, HistoryMiami, KITLV, National Library of Jamaica, University of Central Florida, University of Florida, Universi ty of Miami, University of the Netherlands Antilles, Universidad de Oriente, University of South Florida, University of the Virgin Islands *New members Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean, Editor Liesl Picard, Associate Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center, Florida International University, Associate Editor Laurie Taylor, Interim Director, Digital Library Center, Univ ersity of Florida Libraries, Associate Editor and Technical Contributor Mark Sullivan, Systems Programmer, Digital Library Center, University of Florida Libraries, Technical Contributor Lourdes Santamara Wheeler, Museum and Special Projects Coordinator, D igital Library Center, University of Florida Libraries, Layout Design Pierre Losson, Translation s M ISSION P URPOSE AND V ISION D IGITAL L IBRARY OF THE C ARIBBEAN P ARTNER I NSTITUTIONS N EWSLETTER E DITORIAL C OMMITTEE

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The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) continues to add new partners, content and users From October 2010 to March 2011 dLOC added 7,500 items and 230,000 pages of content. Currently, over 1.5 million pages of Caribbean research materials are online and freely accessible and l ast month the site registered over 350,000 hits! dLOC welcomes the Association for Cultural Equity and the Duke University Libraries as new members. S everal new projects or collaborations began this spring including the Green Family generous support for the completion of Haiti: An Island Luminous the collaboration between the University of Florida Center for the Humanities & the Public Sphere Library Enhancement Program and the National Library of Jamaica to digitize and the Strengthening Caribbean Research through Techno logy project funded by the Florida International University Technology Fee competition. N ew collections now available online include the Grenada Newsletter the social science journal Eme Eme and the Journal of Legal Studies from the Pontif c i a Universidad Catlica Madre y Maestra in the Dominican Republic, and the ongoing project by the Caribbean Region of the materials on Caribbean Sexualities, incl uding the Gay Freedom Movement archives. The University of Florida Digital Library Center continues to strengthen the technology that supports dLOC. The dLOC Toolkit for partner submission s of materials is now fully online and the implementation of Solr/ Lucene indexing vastly improves the quality and speed of the searching. Project partner training and coordination visits continue with meetings or trainings in Curacao, Grenada, and Jamaica. dLOC invites all current partners and others with interest to a ttend two open meetings at the 2011 ACURI L Conference in Tampa, Florida: Digitization Workshop hosted by the University of South Florida on May 31 from 1 5pm G eneral M ember and I nterest M eeting on June 1 at 1:30pm Contact dloc@fiu.edu for more details. dLOC relies on its partners to build this unique collection of Caribbean and circum Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials held in archives, libraries, and private collections around the world. The project also relies on librarians and faculty to promote the materials and incorporate them into their teaching and research. With the support of these two groups, their institutions, and grant based funders, the project will conti nue to grow and evolve to support or mission and to create an international initiative dedicated to promoting and supporting Caribbean Studies, providing improved access to Caribbean resources, and fostering a collaborative digital library community in the Caribbean region. P ROJECT U PDATE

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Haiti: An Island Luminous A new partnership between the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) and the Green Family Foundation (GFF) will enable the completion of a one of a kind exhibit that provides a free, online experience that walks users through the complex and often underst udied history of Haiti, from the Arawak indigenous groups through the fall of Jean Claude Duvalier. "Haiti: An Island Luminous" features contributions from current scholars and students, excerpts from past publications, and direct links providing free access to books, manuscripts and newspapers, joining expert commentary and original documents to introduce users to 500 years of Haitian history. The exhibit, in English, French and Haitian Creole, will in clude more than 170 interactive slides. The slides will link directly to full text resources already availab le in the Digital Library of the Caribbean with a navigational toolbar that will allow users to explore Haiti's history by time period. University of Florida Library Enhancement Program in the Humanities The Center for the Humanities & the Public Sphere at the University of Florida, with the support of the Robert and Margaret Rothman Endowment for the Humanities, will provide a $5,000 grant to the National Library of Jamaica to digitize A glossy Christmas annual, novel or novella by Herbert de Lisser, fifteen of which have not been published separately. De Lisser was the most prolific Jamaican writer before 1950 and was editor of Jamaica the Gleaner for nearly four decades. As the principal investigator for this grant, English but they find it hard to teach because few texts are available. Digitizing these early journals will significantly increase the number of early texts available and thus contribute to reshaping the for Dr. Rosenbe Froudacity: West Indian fables by James Anthony Froude by J.J. Thomas Contributed by the University of South Florida http://www.dloc.com/AA00000555 Jane's career: a story of Jamaica by H.G. de Lisser Contributed by the National Library of Jamaica http://www.dloc.com/CA01000009 "Haiti: An Island Luminous is a vital platform highlighting Haiti's rich cultural heritage and contributions to the world stage," said Kimberly Green president of The Green Family Foundation. N EW C OLLABORATIONS AND P ROJECTS

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Technology Fee Proposal FIU Florida International University Libraries successfully received $16,000 from the Technology Fee Grant to provide FIU faculty and students with the tools needed to incorporate primary and secondary sources from the Caribbean into their teaching and researc h. The goals of the project are to support access and increase content in the Digital Library of the Caribbean's full text and full page image database and implement an outreach plan that will ensure incorporation of these materials into existing FIU clas ses to diversify the curriculum and develop new linkages for FIU students and faculty for research and internships with dLOC partners in the Caribbean. Pierre Losson, a graduate student in the FIU Masters in Latin American and Caribbean Studies program, conducted a survey of FIU faculty in several disciplines. Of the 26 respondents, 72% conduct research in the Caribbean, 56% did not know about dLOC before the survey and only 12% currently use dLOC in the classroom. However, nearly half expressed intere st in learning more about dLOC and creating bookshelves to support their teaching. This survey indicates that dLOC must continue engaging faculty to encourage the use of the resource in both research and teaching. In addition, this grant has supported th e development of a dLOC Caribbean Map Exhibit which will soon be available on the dLOC website, in conjunction with the Maps and User Imagery Services department of the FIU Library and several classroom presentations. dLOC, CIFNAL and MANIOC Formal collaborations with the Center for Research Libraries Collaborative Initiative for French North American Libraries (CIFNAL) and MANIOC, the University of the Antilles digital library, continue to develop. Representatives from MANIOC will visit an d work with dLOC project staff following the ACURIL conference in Florida. Also, dLOC will make formal presentations at both the CIFNAL and the Western European Studies Section meetings at the American Library Association conference to be held June 23 28, 2011, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Please contact Matthew Loving (matlovi@uflib.ufl.edu), Romance Languages Librarian at the University of Florida Smathers Library and the dLOC/CIFNAL project coordinator, for more information. Grenada Newsletter Self pub lished by the famous Grenadian j ournalist Alister Hughes and his wife Cynthia, the mimeographed Grenada Newsletter (produced in its later years on the early Apple Macintosh computers) is an outstanding piece of reporting on conditions in early post colonial Grenada from August 1973 when the Mongoose Gang dominated regime of Sir Eric Gairy held sway, through the revolut ionary socialist New Jewel Movement government of Maurice Bishop, which was tragically ended by the assassination of Bishop and other supporters by Phyllis and Bernard Coard and 15 other dissidents from the New Jewel Movement in 1983, leading to the US led P ARTNER S POTLIGHT

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Guyana Ministry of Health December 2010 invasion in October 1983. The Newsletter continued to report on the post intervention Grenada, until 1994. The Newsletter documented an incredibly active and interesting period in the life of the country in which Alister was both involved both as a part isan and n ative son, and also engaged as a scrupulous and fearless reporter. Alister would have been delighted to find that the Grenada Newsletter will soon be available to all Grenadians and fellow supporters, and if you perhaps offered to provide a brandy, he could tell you even more about what happened in those historic days. An almost complete collection of the Grenada Newsletter is now available online in dLOC thanks to the support of the University of the West Indies, Open Campus, Grenada, and Al second wife, Mrs. Margaret Hughes, of Ireland. See the collection in the Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library: http://dloc.com/AA00000053 Prepared by: Bruce Potter, moderator of "Grenada's Story," a web site < www.grenada history.org > founded by Alister and Margaret Hughes in 2001, "in the hope that the stories recounted here will help to restore the heritage of Grenada to all." Caribbean Region of the International Resource Network The Caribbean IRN is a network that connects activists, scholars, artists and other individuals and organizations who do research and work on issues related to diverse genders and sexualities in the Caribbean. For more information about the Caribbean IRN, please visit its website www.irnweb.org and select Latin America / Caribbean Region. Although a new dLOC member Caribbean IRN already provides access to many important resources. The collection includes a variety of materials (newspaper articles, scholarly papers, activist reports, open letters, creative expressions, interviews, and more) which offers a glimpse i nto the complexity of LGBT lives and experiences in the Caribbean. This collection presents multiple perspectives from the personal to community and political organizing, from health agencies to academic research. It is a small but growing collection a w ork in progress that brings materials on Caribbean Sexualities together in this way (digital open access) for the first time. One major part of our collection will be the archives of the Gay Freedom Movement (GFM) in Jamaica. The Gay Freedom Movement was active in Jamaica between 1974 and 1983 and the archives of the GFM are now digitized for further study and historical purposes. These archives are being made available with the permission of Larry Chang, one of the founders of GFM. The GFM preceded the J amaica Forum for Lesbians, All

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sexuals and Gays (JFLAG). The GFM collection will allow for researchers, activists and educators to gain insights into the history of organizing around gender and sexuality in the Caribbean. The collection will be active in S ummer 2011. For more information, contact caribbeanirn@gmail.com Prepared by: Natalie Bennet, Rosamond King, Angelique Nixon, Colin Robinson, and Vidyaratha Kissoon PUCMM Scholarly Journals Online The Pontificia Universidad Catlica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), together with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), contributes to the development of this important project to fulfill the mission of conserving and providing access to the PUCMM collection a nd to make available the resources in full text for text searching and exploration, specifically for students, faculty, researchers and professions interested in promoting, fomenting and diffusing knowledge; and furthermore to contribute to the education s ector facilitating resources and digital materials to improve teaching and learning. Among the contributed documents are the works of the Rector of PUCMM, Monseor Agripino Nez Collado, and rese arch faculty of the institution, including the social scien ce journal Eme Eme 1972 1992, and the Journal of Legal Studies, 1977 2002. University of Florida and the Panama Canal Museum Panama and the Canal is a joint project from the University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries and the Panama Canal Museum (Seminole, Florida). The collection builds from the Panama Canal Museum's rich collection of Panama and Canal Zone materials and the extensive holdings on Panama and the whole of Latin America from various units of th e University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries. These include the Latin American Collection, the Map & Imagery Library, and the Government Documents Department, which is seeking to serve as a Center of Excellence among repositories for the documenta tion of the U.S. Panama Canal Commission and its predecessor agencies. Over 100 titles are already available online and the collection continues to grow. dLOC Welcomes Two New Members dLOC currently has content from 24 partner institutions online. Membership is open to archives, libraries and museums; associations, organizations, and research centers and publishers with collections of Caribbean content that are freely available online. dLOC is proud to welcome two new members since the last newsletter. These institutions plan to contribute the following materials from their collections.

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Alan Lomax Listening Station Showcased at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Fest Haiti Pavilion sponsored by the Green Family Foundation. Association of Cultural Equity Although the collection will be digitized and made available in stages, t he complete contents of Alan Lomax's Caribbean recordings and photographs include: The Bahamas In 1935, at the urging of novelist, folklorist, and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston and on a budget of $198 from the Library of Congress, 19 year old Alan Lom ax sailed to Nassau, Cat Island and Andros Island to record sailors, sponge fishermen, farmers and dockworkers. African and New World styles and traditions are charmingly intertwined in their boat pulling songs, shanties, anthems, and old story songs (a cr oss between Jack tales and African Anancy tales of trickster lads outwitting the devil). The "John B. Sail" is one of the songs in this collection whose engaging melody and lyrics made it a popular hit, sung by The Weavers, Pete Seeger, Roger Whitaker, Dic k Dale, The Beach Boys, and Johnny Cash. Haiti In 1936 37, Alan Lomax persuaded the Library of Congress to sponsor an extensive recorded survey of Haitian music. Again at the behest of Zora Neale Hurston, and with guidance from Melville Herskovits, Lomax made fifty hours of recordings documenting early Rara, combite, e Frenc h ballads, and legendary composer Ludovic Lamothe (1882 1953). The collection is accompanied by a compelling diary and correspondence chronicling the trip, with diagrams, drawings, and film footage. This rich corpus languished for seventy years until ACE t ransferred the recordings to DAT and restored them. The Eastern Caribbean In 1962, with funding from the Rockefeller Foundation and sponsorship from the University of the West Indies, Alan Lomax arranged to record the music of the Lesser Antilles, the ch ain of islands forming the eastern rim of the Caribbean. Over the course of six months, Lomax made 1,859 field recordings and 1,093 documentary photographs in twelve islands, including Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Carriac ou, St. Lucia, St. Barthelemy, Anguilla, and St. Kitts, and Nevis. Collaborators and advisors to the project were folklorists Jacob D. Elder, Dan Crowley, Roger Abrahams, Philip Sherlock (University College of the West Indies, Jamaica), and Andrew C. Pears e (St. Lucia). A complete copy on open reel tape was deposited at the University College of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica. Later in the 1960s Lomax made recordings in St. Eustatius and the Dominican Republic.

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Duke University Libraries The Deena Stryker Photograph Collection, which consists of approximately 1850 photographs shot in Cuba between 1963 and 1964 by Deena Stryker and processed by Alberto Korda. The Gary Monroe Collection is a collection of 98, 16x20 black and white gelatin s ilver prints shot by Gary Monroe from 1980 to 1998 in Haiti, in Haitian neighborhoods in Florida and at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Processing Center at Krome Avenue in Miami, where Haitian refugees were detained. The Caribbean Sea Migration Collection contains materials from the migration by sea of Cubans, Dominicans, and Haitians, including the refugee camp for Cuban and Haitian rafters that existed in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, largely dating from 1965 1996. Addition al Caribbean mater ials, as identified, from the Duke collection. Implementation of Solr/Lucene indexing dLOC has been updated to use Solr/Lucene for full text searching and indexing. Solr and Lucene are both enterprise level, open source technologies. As dLOC has grown to include so many items, pages, and languages, dLOC needed to upgrade to the top industry standard technologies for searching and indexing. This meant upgrading to Solr/Lucene. All se arches are now faster and more accurate. As an added bonus, search terms can be seen in context as shown in the following link: http://dloc.com/UF00078529/00001/search?search=venezue la The Solr/Lucene upgrade also lays the groundwork for future improvements. In the coming year, we hope to pair the in text display of the search terms with page image highlighting of the search terms. This will further overall ease of use. dLOC Toolkit Goes Fully Online The dLOC Toolkit will soon be fully online. Many dLOC partners are already using the online metadata editor to update existing records and create new items for the collections. Please contact us at dloc@fiu.edu if you would like more information or virtual training for the new Mark Sullivan, dLOC programmer, will provide an overview of the changes at the dLOC general member meeting on Wednesday, June 1, 2011, at 1:30pm as part of the ACURIL IT Special Interest Group meeting. N EW T OOLS AND T ECHNOLOGIES

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Elizabeth Chin, a Katherine Dunham specialist from Occidental College, and University of Florida students performed traditional Haitian dance at the UF Hand in Hand Benefit Concert. National Library of Haiti Reading Room Digitization Workshop dLOC invites interested libraries to a digitization workshop hosted by the University of South Florida Special and Digital Collection on May 31, 2011 from 1 5pm held in conjunction with the 2011 ACURIL Conference in Tampa, Florida. Mark I. Greenberg, Director Special & Digital Collections, Florida Studies Center, Oral History Program, Holocaust & Genocide Studies Center and Barbara Lewis, Coordinator for Digital Collections, will facilitate the workshop. It will take place in the USF Library and include a to ur of USF and 45 minute hands on sessions on the library's oral history and digitization programs. USF's Special and Digital Collections: http://guides.lib.usf.edu/special collections http://d loc.com/iusf RSVPs to dloc@fiu.edu are encouraged as transportation will be provided to the campus. The National Library of Haiti, National Archives of Haiti, the Fathers of the Holy Spirit Library and the Christian Brothers Library continue to make significant progress in their respective institutions. On January 17, 2011, the Christian Brothers Library was the first of these important institutions to reopen to the public. The National Library reopened quietly in April and is servi ng approximately 30 people daily The Fathers of the Holy Spirit Library completed construction on its new facility and is awaiting furnishings The National Archives continues to reorganize and restore its collection PHPI continues to work with the pa rtner institutions in Haiti to promote awareness of the needs of the collections and secure resources for the heritage collections. On October 22 2010, the University of Florida (UF) Center for Latin American Studies with support from the Brazilian Cultural Arts Exchange (BCAE), the Center for African American Studies, The Center for African Studies, UF George A. Smathers Libraries, the UF School of Theat re and Dance, and Studio Percussion hosted a performance to support PHPI. Special guests included Professor Elizabeth Chin from Occidental College and Bohasha Porto and Leandro Silva of the BCAE and musical performance by Macaxeira Roots with guest artist Welson Tremura, co director of Jacar Brazil and Director of the Brazilian Music Institute. The concert raised over $2,000 for PHPI T HE P ROTECTING H AITIAN P ATRIMONY I NITIATIVE

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On February 17 2011, the Florida International University Latin American and Caribbean Center (LACC), the Florida International University Libraries, the University of Miami Center for Latin A merican Studies (CLAS) and the University of Miami Libraries hosted a community f ilm s creening of galit for All: Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution a PBS documentary produced by Koval Films, as a fundraiser. dLOC extends a s pecial thanks to Edwidge Danticat, author, and Erol Josu, performance artist, and Chantalle Verna, historian, who are featured in the film and participated matched by Columbus Networks to total $ 3,750 from a partnership with the FIU Student Government Association The Organization of American States Pan American Institute for Geography and History allocated $8,000 for new equipment for the National Archives of Haiti. These resources, combined with the archival boxes donated by Hollinger Metal Edge in collaboration with the Society of Florida Archivists and computers donated by the FIU College of Business will continue to support the infrastructure of these institutions for years to come. Executive Board Meeting The University of South Florida Libraries will host th e dLOC Executive Board meeting on June 2, 2011 at 5:00 pm. Executive Board Members Chair: Jean Wilfrid Bertrand, Director, Archives Nationales d'Hati Vice chair: Margo Groenewoud Director, University of the Netherlands Antilles Library Secretary: Mark Greenberg, Director of Special & Digital Collections, Univ. of South Florida Barry Baker, Director of Libraries, University of Central Florida Astrid Britten, Director, Director, Biblioteca Nacional Aruba Maureen Newton, Caribbean Community Secretariat Dulce Mara Nuez, Director, Biblioteca, Pontificia Universidad Madre y Maestra Joy Ysaguirre, Chief Librarian, Belize National Library Service Past Chair : Judith Rogers, Manager, Library and Faculty Technology Services, University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) Host Institution: Laurie Probst, Dean of Libraries, Florida International University (FIU) Scholarly Advisory Board Chair: Cristina Eguizbal, Director of the Latin American & Caribbean Center, Florida International University (FIU)

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Scholarly Advisory Board The Scholarly Advisory Board, comprised of academics and professionals in the fields of Caribbean Studies and Digital Libraries, provides guidance on collection development, collection accessibility, and technical issues. The board will meet in conjunction with the 2011 Caribbean Studies Assoc iation conference to discuss the project and opportunities for new grants and outreach. In 2011, several members will rotate off the board and dLOC will issue a call for new members. Please consider if you would be willing to serve. Scholarly Advisory Board Members Co Chair: Dr. Cristina Eguizbal, Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center; Professor, Political Science; Principal Investigator, CNDL (dLOC PI, 2007 2009), Florida International University Co Chair: Dr. Phillip Williams Director and Professor, Center for Latin American Studies; C o PI, CNDL, University of Florida Dr. Alejandra Bronfman, Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada Dr. Eric Duke, Assistant Professor, Depa rtment of Africana Studies, University of South Florida Lloyd Gardner, Manager, Environmental Support Services; Environmental Specialist, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands Adolfo Gonzalez Henriquez, Sociologist; Scientific Advisor, Biblioteca Digital del Caribe Hector Rojas Herazo, Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia Dr. Jo Ann Harris, Professor, Literature, Communication & Culture, Georgia Institute of Technology Dr. Leah Rosenberg, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Florida Dr. Chantalle Verna, Assistant Professor, Dep artments of History and Politics & International Relations, Florida International University Ex Officio Member: Judith Rogers, University of the Virgin Islands Ex Officio Member: Laurie Taylor, University of Florida Ex Officio Member: Gayle Williams, Florida International University Ex Officio Member: Brooke Wooldridge, Florida International University Recent Presentations The University of Chicago Center for Latin American Studies Chicago, IL, April 20, 2011 Brooke Wooldridge, Digital Library of the Caribbean, and Mark Sullivan, University of Florida and dLOC Programmer P UBLICATIONS AND P RESENTATIONS

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Florida International University Tuesday Times Roundtable Miami, FL, April 12, 2011 Liesl Picard, Associate Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center, and Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean Dartmouth Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies Symposium New Hanover, NH, April 8, 2011 Return to Haiti: Cultural Recovery Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean Florida International University GIS Day The Evolving Caribbean Miami, FL, March 25, 2011 Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean Dutch Caribbean Library Conference, Curacao Willemstad, Curacao, February 23 24, 2011 The Importance of Digitization for the Caribbean Community, Brooke Wooldridge Metadata Training Workshop Laila Miletic Vejzovic, Head, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Central Florida Libraries Dutch Caribbean Libraries Workshop: Shared Digitization and Fundraising Opportunities Open Discussion Haitian Studies Association Conference Haiti, History, Healing: Facing the Challenges of Reconstruction Providence, Rhode Island, November 10 13, 2010 Chair: Dominique Coulombe, Brown University Panelists: Brooke Wooldridge, Digital Caribbean Library, Ted Widmer, Brown University, Elizabeth Pierre Louis, FOKAL Latin American Studies Association Crisis, Response, Recovery Toronto, Canada, October 10 15, 2010 Outreach Collaborations: Expanding the Scope of Latin American Studies across the United States, Organizer: Natalie C. Arsenault, University of Texas/Austin Brooke Wooldridge and Liesl B. Picard, Florida Inter national University

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Upcoming Conferences May 3 6 Society of Florida Archivists St. Augustine, Florida 16 20 Association of Caribbean Historians San Juan Puerto Rico June 1 5 Association of Caribbean University Research Institutional Libraries Tampa, Florida 1 5 Caribbean Studies Association (Advisory Board Meeting) Willemstad, Curacao 23 29 American Library Association New Orleans, Louisiana July 6 9 American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Conference Washington, D C August 10 11 International Federation of Library Associations, Satellite Conference on Acquisition and Collection Development University of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix US Virgin Islands 10 11 International Federation of Library Associations, Satellite Conference Genealogy and Local History University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas US Virgin Islands 13 18 I nternational Federation of Library Associations San Juan, Puerto Rico DIGITAL LIBRARY OF THE CARIBBEAN ( d LOC) is a cooperative digital library for resources from and about the Caribbean and circum Caribbean. dLOC provides access to digitized versions of Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials currently held in archives, libraries, and private co llections. For more information go to www.dloc.com


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Digital Library of the Caribbean ( dLOC ) Newsletter
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Publication Date: 2011
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DIGITAL LIBRARY OF THE CARIBBEAN I Spring 2011
Newsletter Number 2


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MISSION


The Digital Library of the Caribbean's diverse partners serve an international community of
scholars, students, and citizens by working together to preserve and to provide enhanced
electronic access to cultural, historical, legal, governmental, and research materials in a common
web space with a multilingual interface.


PURPOSE AND VISION


The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a cooperative of partners within the Caribbean
and circum-Caribbean that provides users with access to Caribbean cultural, historical and
research materials held in archives, libraries, and private collections. dLOC comprises
collections that speak to the similarities and differences in histories, cultures, languages and
governmental systems.


DIGITAL LIBRARY OF THE CARIBBEAN PARTNER INSTITUTIONS


Archives Nationales d'Haiti, Aruba National Library, Association for Cultural Equity*,
Bibliotheque Haitienne des Peres du St-Esprit, Biblioteca Rafael Herrera Cabral, Belize National
Library, Caribbean Community Secretariat, Caribbean Information Resource Network, The
College of The Bahamas, Educa Vision Inc., Duke University Libraries*, Florida International
University, Florida State University, Fundaci6n Global Democracia y Desarrollo, HistoryMiami,
KITLV, National Library of Jamaica, University of Central Florida, University of Florida,
University of Miami, University of the Netherlands Antilles, Universidad de Oriente, University
of South Florida, and University of the Virgin Islands, and WIDECAST.
*New members

NEWSLETTER EDITORIAL COMMITTEE


Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean, Florida International
University, Editor
Liesl Picard, Associate Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center, Florida International
University, Associate Editor
Laurie Taylor, Interim Director, Digital Library Center, University of Florida Libraries,
Associate Editor and Technical Contributor
Mark Sullivan, Systems Programmer, Digital Library Center, University of Florida Libraries,
Technical Contributor
Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler, Museum and Special Projects Coordinator, Digital Library Center,
University of Florida Libraries, Graphic Designer
Pierre Losson, Translator


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DLOC AT A GLANCE


The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) continues to add new partners, content and users.
From October, 2010 to March, 2011, dLOC added 7,500 items and 230,000 pages of content.
Currently, over 1.5 million pages of Caribbean research materials are online and freely
accessible and last month, the site registered over 350,000 hits!

dLOC welcomes the Association for Cultural Equity and the Duke University Libraries as new
members. Several new projects and collaborations began this spring including: the Green
Family Foundation's generous support for the completion of Haiti. An Island Luminous; the
collaboration between the University of Florida Center for the Humanities & the Public Sphere
Library Enhancement Program and the National Library of Jamaica to digitize Planters' Punch;
and the Strengthening Caribbean Research through Technology project funded by the Florida
International University Technology Fee competition.

New collections now available online include the Grenada Newsletter, the social science journal
Eme-Eme and the Journal of Legal Studies from the Pontificia Universidad Cat6lica Madre y
Maestra in the Dominican Republic. Additionally, the Caribbean Region of the International
Resource Network continues its project to digitize a variety of materials on Caribbean
sexualities, including the Gay Freedom Movement archives.

The University of Florida Digital Library Center continues to strengthen the technology that
supports dLOC. The dLOC Toolkit for partner submissions of materials is now fully online and
the implementation of Solr/Lucene indexing vastly improves the quality and speed of the
searching. Project partner technical training and coordination visits are ongoing and the Spring
2011 training included Curacao, Grenada, and Jamaica.

dLOC invites all current partners and other interested parties to attend two upcoming open
meetings at the 2011 ACURIL Conference in Tampa, Florida:
May 31, 2011: Digitization Workshop hosted by University of South Florida; 1:00pm-5:00pm
June 1, 2011: General Member and Interest Meeting; 1:30pm

Contact dloc@fiu.edu for more details.

dLOC relies on its partners to build this unique collection of Caribbean and circum-Caribbean
cultural, historical and research materials that are held in archives, libraries, and private
collections around the world. The project also relies on librarians and faculty to promote the
materials and incorporate them into their teaching and research. With the support of these
groups, their institutions, and grant-based funders, the project continues to evolve in support of
its mission, and create an international initiative dedicated to promoting and supporting
Caribbean Studies, providing improved access to Caribbean resources, and fostering a
collaborative digital library community in the Caribbean region.




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NEW COLLABORATIONS AND PROJECTS


Haiti: An Island Luminous

A new partnership between dLOC and the Green Family Foundation (GFF) will enable the
completion of a one-of-a-kind exhibit that provides a free, online experience that guides users
through the complex and often understudied history of Haiti, from the Arawak indigenous groups
through the fall of Jean-Claude Duvalier.

"Haiti: An Island Luminous" features contributions from scholars and graduate students,
excerpts from past publications, and direct links
providing free access to books, manuscripts and "Haiti: An Island Luminous is a
newspapers, and joins together expert commentary and vital platform highlights Haitis
original documents to introduce users to 500 years of r c h
rich cultural heritage and
Haitian history. The exhibit, in English, French and
contributions to the world stage."
Haitian Creole, will ultimately include more than 170
-Kimberly Green
interactive slides that link directly to full text resources -Kimberly Green
already available in the Digital Library of the President, The Green Family
Caribbean, and a navigational toolbar allows users to Foundation
explore Haiti's history by time period.

University of Florida Library Enhancement Program in the Humanities

The Center for the Humanities & the Public Sphere at the University of Florida, with the support
of the Robert and Margaret Rothman Endowment for the Humanities, has awarded a $5,000
grant to the National Library of Jamaica to digitize Planters' Punch. A glossy Christmas annual,
Planters'Punch presented the vision of Jamaica's business elite, and each issue featured a novel
or novella by Herbert de Lisser, fifteen of which have never been published elsewhere. De
Lisser was arguably Jamaica's most prolific writer prior to 1950 and was the editor of Jamaica's
major newspaper, The Gleaner, for nearly four decades. UF English Professor and principal
investigator of the project, Leah Rosenberg stated, "Scholars can write about early literature, but
they find it hard to teach because few texts are available. Digitizing these early journals will
significantly increase the number of early texts available and thus, contribute to reshaping the
teaching of Caribbean literature." Key early-Caribbean items digitized for Dr. Rosenberg's
teaching follow:

Froudacity: West Indian Fables by James FROUDACITY
Anthony Froude by J.J. Thomas .,.,... ,.......
Contributed by the University of South Florida
http://www.dloc.com/AA00000555 .

Jane's Career: A Story of Jamaica by H.G. de Lisser
Contributed by the National Library of Jamaica
http://www.dloc.com/CA01000009



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Technology Fee Proposal FIU


Florida International University Libraries was awarded $16,000 from the Technology Fee Grant
to provide FIU faculty and students with the tools needed to incorporate primary and secondary
sources from the Caribbean into their teaching and research. The goals of the project are to
support access and increase content in the Digital Library of the Caribbean's full-text and full-
page image database, implement an outreach plan that will ensure incorporation of these
materials into existing FIU classes in an effort to diversify the curriculum, and develop new
linkages for FIU students and faculty for research and internships with dLOC partners in the
Caribbean.

Pierre Losson, a graduate student in the FIU Master of Arts in Latin American and Caribbean
Studies program, conducted a survey of FIU faculty in several disciplines. Of the 26
respondents, 72% conduct research in the Caribbean, 56% did not know about dLOC before the
survey and only 12% currently use dLOC in the classroom. However, nearly half expressed
interest in learning more about dLOC and creating bookshelves to support their teaching. This
survey reinforces dLOC's commitment to engaging faculty to encourage the use of the resource
in both research and teaching. In addition, this grant has supported the development of a dLOC
Caribbean Map Exhibit, which was done in conjunction with the Maps and User Imagery
Services Department of FIU Libraries and will be available on the dLOC website soon.

dLOC, CIFNAL and MANIOC

Formal collaborations with the Center for Research Libraries Collaborative Initiative for French
North American Libraries (CIFNAL) and MANIOC, the University of the Antilles-Guyane's
digital library, continue to develop. Representatives from MANIOC will visit and work with
dLOC project staff following the ACURIL conference in Florida. Also, dLOC will make formal
presentations at both the CIFNAL and the Western European Studies Section meetings at the
American Library Association conference to be held June 23-28, 2011, in New Orleans,
Louisiana.

Please contact Matthew Loving (matlovi@uflib.ufl.edu), Romance Languages Librarian at the
University of Florida Smathers Library and dLOC/CIFNAL Project Coordinator, for more
information.


PARTNER SPOTLIGHT


Grenada Newsletter

Self-published by the famous Grenadian journalist, Alister Hughes and his wife Cynthia, the
mimeographed Grenada Newsletter (produced in its later years on early Apple Macintosh
computers) is an outstanding source of reporting on conditions in early post-colonial Grenada.
It examines Grenada from August 1973 when the Mongoose Gang-dominated-regime of Sir Eric
Gairy held sway, through the revolutionary socialist New Jewel Movement government of

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Maurice Bishop, which tragically ended with the 1983 assassination of Bishop and other
supporters at the hands of Phyllis and Bernard Coard and 15 other dissidents from the New Jewel
Movement; thus leading to the US-led invasion of Grenada in October 1983. The Grenada
Newsletter continued to report on post-intervention Grenada until 1994.

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and interesting period in the life of the country, in ,
which Alister was involved both as a partisan and
native son, and engaged as a scrupulous and r-I /
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now available to all Grenadians and fellow supporters, and if you perhaps offered him a brandy, I
am certain that he could tell you even more about what happened during those historic days.

A nearly complete collection of the Grenada Newsletter is now available online in dLOC thanks
to the support of the University of the West Indies, Open Campus, Grenada, and Alister's second
wife, Mrs. Margaret Hughes, of Ireland.


See the collection in dLOC's Caribbean Newspaper
http://dloc.com/AA00000053


Digital Library:


Prepared by: Bruce Potter, Moderator of "Grenada's Story,"
founded by Alister and Margaret Hughes in 2001, "...in the hope that the stories recounted here
will help to restore the heritage of Grenada to all."

Caribbean Region of the International Resource Network (IRN)

The Caribbean IRN is a network that connects activists, scholars, artists and other individuals
and organizations that research and work on issues related to diverse genders and sexualities in
the Caribbean. For more information about the Caribbean IRN, please visit its website
www.irweb.org and select Latin America / Caribbean Region.


Although a new dLOC member, Caribbean IRN already provides
access to many important resources. The collection includes a
variety of materials (newspaper articles, scholarly papers, activist
reports, open letters, creative works, interviews, and more) which
offer a glimpse into the complexity of LGBT lives and experiences
in the Caribbean. This collection presents multiple perspectives
related to community and political organizing, health, and academic
research. It is a small but growing collection a work in progress
that brings materials on Caribbean sexualities together through
digital open access for the first time.

A major part of the dLOC collection includes the archives of the Gay
Freedom Movement (GFM) in Jamaica. The GFM preceded the


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and 1983, the GFM's archives are now digitized for historical purposes and further study. These
archives are being made available with the permission of Larry Chang, one of the founders of the
GFM. The GFM collection allows researchers, activists and educators to gain insights into the
history of organizing around gender and sexuality in the Caribbean. The collection will be active
in Summer 2011. For more information, contact caribbeanirn(gmail.com.

Prepared by: Natalie Bennet, Rosamond King, Angelique Nixon, Colin Robinson, and
Vidyaratha Kissoon

PUCMM Scholarly Journals Online


Through the PUCMM Scholarly Journals Online project, The Pontificia
Universidad Cat6lica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) and dLOC continue
to work to fulfill its goal to conserve and provide access to the PUCMM
collection and support students, faculty, researchers and the general
public in an effort to promote increased knowledge, enhance access to
digital resources and improve teaching and learning.

Among the contributed documents are the works of the Rector of
PUCMM, Monsignor Agripino Nufiez Collado, and those of research
faculty of the institution, including the social science journal Eme Eme,
1972-1992 and the Journal of Legal Studies, 1977-2002.


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Panama and the Canal is a joint project from the University of Florida
George A. Smathers Libraries and the Panama Canal Museum (Seminole,
Florida). The collection builds from the Panama Canal Museum's rich
collection of Panama and Canal Zone materials and the extensive holdings
on Panama and the whole of Latin America from various units of the
University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries. These include
the Latin American Collection, the Map & Imagery Library, and the
Government Documents Department, which is seeking to serve as a
Center of Excellence among repositories for the documentation of the U.S.
Panama Canal Commission and its predecessor agencies. Over 100 titles
are already available online and the collection continues to grow.


DLOC WELCOMES Two NEW MEMBERS


dLOC currently has online content from 24 partner institutions. Membership is open to archives,
libraries and museums; associations, organizations, and research centers, and publishers with
collections of Caribbean content. dLOC is proud to welcome two new members since the
publication of its last newsletter and looks forward to their contributions of the following
materials from their collections:

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Although the collection will be digitized and made available in stages, the complete contents of
Alan Lomax's Caribbean recordings and photographs include:

Bahamas
In 1935, at the urging of novelist, folklorist, and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston and
on a budget of $198 from the Library of Congress, 19-year-old Alan Lomax sailed to
Nassau, Cat Island and Andros Island to record sailors, sponge fishermen, farmers and
dockworkers. African and New World styles and traditions are charmingly intertwined in
their boat-pulling songs, shanties, anthems, and old story songs (a cross between Jack
tales and African Anancy tales of trickster lads outwitting the devil). The "John B. Sail"
is one of the songs in this collection whose engaging melody and lyrics made it a popular
hit sung by The Weavers, Pete Seeger, Roger Whitaker, Dick Dale, The Beach Boys, and
Johnny Cash.

Haiti
In 1936-37, Alan Lomax persuaded the Library of
Congress to sponsor an extensive recorded survey of
Haitian music. Again at the behest of Zora Neale Hurston,
and with guidance from Melville Herskovits, Lomax made
fifty hours of recordings documenting early Rara, combite,
children's game songs, Vaudoo, antique French ballads,
and legendary composer Ludovic Lamothe (1882-1953).
The collection is accompanied by a compelling diary and Alan Lomax Listening Station
correspondence chronicling the trip, with diagrams, Showcased at the New Orleans Jazz
& Heritage Festival Haiti Pavilion.
drawings, and film footage. This rich corpus languished for Sponsored by the Green Family
seventy years until ACE transferred the recordings to DAT Foundation.
and restored them.

Eastern Caribbean
In 1962, with funding from the Rockefeller Foundation and sponsorship from the
University of the West Indies, Alan Lomax arranged to record the music of the Lesser
Antilles, the chain of islands forming the eastern rim of the Caribbean. Over the course of
six months, Lomax made 1,859 field recordings and 1,093 documentary photographs in
twelve islands, including Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe,
Martinique, Carriacou, St. Lucia, St. Barthelemy, Anguilla, and St. Kitts, and Nevis.
Collaborators and advisors to the project were folklorists Jacob D. Elder, Dan Crowley,
Roger Abrahams, Philip Sherlock (University College of the West Indies, Jamaica), and
Andrew C. Pearse (St. Lucia). A complete copy on open-reel tape was deposited at the
University College of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica. Later in the 1960s Lomax made
recordings in St. Eustatius and the Dominican Republic.






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Duke University Libraries


The Deena Stryker Photograph Collection, which consists of approximately
1850 photographs shot in Cuba between 1963 and 1964 by Deena Stryker and processed
by Alberto Korda.

The Gary Monroe Collection is a collection of 98, 16 x 20 black and white gelatin silver
prints photographed by Gary Monroe from 1980 to 1998 in Haiti, in Haitian
neighborhoods in Florida and at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Processing Center at Krome Avenue in Miami.

The Caribbean Sea Migration Collection contains material related to the migration of
Cubans, Dominicans, and Haitians by sea, as well as material documenting the Cuban
and Haitian refugee camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, largely dating from 1965-1996.

Other significant Caribbean materials from the Duke collection.

NEW TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES


Implementation of Solr/Lucene Indexing

dLOC has been updated to use Solr/Lucene for full-text searching and indexing. Solr and
Lucene are both enterprise-level, open source technologies. As dLOC has grown to include so
many items, pages, and languages, dLOC needed to upgrade to the top industry standard
technologies for searching and indexing. All searches are now faster and more accurate.

As an added bonus, search terms can be seen in context, as shown in the following link:
http://dloc.com/UF00078529/00001/search?search=venezuela. The Solr/Lucene upgrade also
lays the groundwork for future improvements. In the coming year, dLOC intends to pair the in-
text display of the search terms with page image highlighting of the search terms. This will
further increase dLOC's overall ease of use.

dLOC Toolkit Goes Fully Online

The dLOC Toolkit will soon be fully online. Many dLOC partners are already using the online
metadata editor to update existing records and create new items for the collections. Please
contact dloc@fiu.edu if you would like more information or virtual training for the new tools or
to determine which users should be authorized to edit your institution's metadata.

Mark Sullivan, dLOC Programmer, will provide an overview of the changes at the
aforementioned dLOC General Member and Interest Meeting on Wednesday, June 1, 2011, at
1:30pm as part of the ACURIL IT-Special Interest Group meeting.






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SPECIAL PROJECT REPORT: THE PROTECTING HAITIAN PATRIMONY INITIATIVE (PHPI)


The National Library of Haiti, National Archives of Haiti, the Fathers of the Holy Spirit Library
and the Christian Brothers Library continue to make significant progress in their respective
institutions. On January 17, 2011, the Christian Brothers Library
was the first of these important institutions to reopen to the
public. The National Library of Haiti reopened quietly in April
and is serving approximately 30 people daily. The Fathers of the
Holy Spirit Library completed construction on its new facility
and is awaiting furnishings. The National Archives of Haiti
continues to reorganize and restore its collection. PHPI
continues to work with the partner institutions in Haiti to
promote awareness of the needs of the collections and secure National Library of Haiti Reading Room
resources for the heritage collections. May2011

On October 22, 2010, the University of Florida (UF) Center for Latin American Studies with
support from the Brazilian Cultural Arts Exchange (BCAE), the UF Center for African American

Smathers Libraries, the UF School of Theatre and Dance,
and Studio Percussion hosted a performance to support
PHPI.

Special guests included Professor Elizabeth Chin from
Occidental College and Bohasha Porto and Leandro Silva of
the BCAE and musical performance by Macaxeira Roots
Elizabeth Chin, a Katherine Dunham specialist with guest artist Welson Tremura, co-director of Jacare
from Occidental College, and University of Brazil and Director of the Brazilian Music Institute. The
Florida students performed traditional Haitian
dance at the UF Hand in Hand Benefit Concert. concert raised over $2,000 for PHPI.


On February 17, 2011, the Florida International University Latin
American and Caribbean Center (LACC), the Florida International
University Libraries, the University of Miami Center for Latin American
Studies (CLAS) and the University of Miami Libraries hosted a
community film screening of Egalite for All: Toussaint Louverture and
the Haitian Revolution, a PBS documentary produced by Koval Films, as
a fundraiser. dLOC extends a special thanks to author Edwidge
Danticat, performance artist Erol Josue and history professor, Chantalle
Verna, who participated in the evening's program and are featured in the
documentary. The event raised $1,875 for PHPI and through a
partnership with the FIU Student Government Association that amount
was generously matched by Columbus Networks for a total of $3,750.

The Organization of American States Pan American Institute for Geography and History
allocated $8,000 to purchase new equipment for the National Archives of Haiti. These resources,


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combined with the archival boxes donated by Hollinger Metal Edge in collaboration with the
Society of Florida Archivists and computers donated by the FIU College of Business will
continue to support the infrastructure of the National Archives of Haiti for years to come.

DLOC ADMINISTRATION AND ANNOUNCEMENTS


Digitization Workshop

dLOC invites interested libraries to participate a digitization workshop hosted by University of
South Florida (USF) Special & Digital Collections on May 31, 2011 from 1:00pm-5:00pm. Held
in conjunction with the 2011 ACURIL Conference in Tampa, Florida, Mark I.
Greenberg, Director, Special & Digital Collections, Florida Studies Center, Oral History
Program, Holocaust & Genocide Studies Center, USF and Barbara Lewis, Coordinator for
Digital Collections, USF, will facilitate the workshop. It will take place in the USF Library and
include a tour of USF and 45-minute hands-on sessions on the library's oral history and
digitization programs.

USF Special & Digital Collections: http://guides.lib.usf.edu/special-collections
USF dLOC webpage: http://dloc.com/iusf

Transportation will be provided to the campus. RSVP to dloc@fiu.edu



Executive Board Meeting

The University of South Florida Libraries will host the dLOC Executive Board meeting on June
2, 2011 at 5:00pm.

Executive Board
Chair: Jean Wilfrid Bertrand, Director, Archives Nationales d'Haiti
Vice-Chair: Margo Groenewoud, Director, University of the Netherlands Antilles Library
Secretary: Mark Greenberg, Director, Special & Digital Collections, University of South
Florida
Barry Baker, Director of Libraries, University of Central Florida
Astrid Britten, Director, Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
Maureen Newton, Caribbean Community Secretariat
Dulce Maria Nufiez, Library Director, Pontificia Universidad Madre y Maestra
Joy Ysaguirre, Chief Librarian, Belize National Library Service
Past-Chair: Judith Rogers, Manager, Library and Faculty Technology Services, University of
the Virgin Islands
dLOC Host Institution Representative: Laurie Probst, Dean of Libraries, Florida International
University
Scholarly Advisory Board Chair: Cristina Eguizabal, Director, Latin American and
Caribbean Center, Florida International University


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Scholarly Advisory Board


The Scholarly Advisory Board, comprised of academics and professionals in the fields of
Caribbean studies and digital libraries, provides guidance on collection development, collection
accessibility, and technical issues. The board will meet in conjunction with the 2011 Caribbean
Studies Association conference to discuss the project and opportunities to expand funding and
outreach programming. In 2011, several members will complete their service to the Board and
dLOC will issue a call for new members. Please consider serving.

Scholarly Advisory Board Members

Co-Chair: Cristina Eguizabal, Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center; Principal
Investigator (PI), CNDL (dLOC PI, 2007-2009), Florida International University
Co-Chair: Phillip Williams, Director and Professor, Center for Latin American Studies; Co-
PI, CNDL, University of Florida

Alejandra Bronfman, Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of
British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Eric Duke, Assistant Professor, Department of Africana Studies, University of
South Florida
Lloyd Gardner, Manager, Environmental Support Services; Environmental
Specialist, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Adolfo Gonzalez Henriquez, Sociologist; Scientific Advisor, Biblioteca Digital
del Caribe Hector Rojas Herazo, Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia
Jo Ann Harris, Professor, Literature, Communication & Culture, Georgia Institute
of Technology
Leah Rosenberg, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of
Florida
Chantalle Verna, Assistant Professor, Departments of History and Politics &
International Relations, Florida International University

Ex-Officio Member: Judith Rogers, University of the Virgin Islands
Ex-Officio Member: Laurie Taylor, University of Florida
Ex-Officio Member: Gayle Williams, Florida International University
Ex-Officio Member: Brooke Wooldridge, Florida International University

SELECT PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS


Recent Presentations

The University of Chicago Center for Latin American Studies
Chicago, IL, April 20, 2011
"The Digital Library of the Caribbean: New Directions for Preservation and Research"
Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean, FIU
Mark Sullivan, dLOC Programmer, University of Florida


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Florida International University Tuesday Times Roundtable
Miami, FL, April 12, 2011
"Protecting Haiti's Cultural Heritage"
LieslB. Picard, Associate Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center, FIU
Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean, FIU

Dartmouth Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies Symposium
New Hanover, NH, April 8, 2011
Return to Haiti: Cultural Recovery
"Digital Library of the Caribbean and the Protecting Haitian Patrimony Initiative"
Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean, FIU

Florida International University GIS Day
The Evolving Caribbean
Miami, FL, March 25, 2011
"dLOC A Tool to Document and Study the Evolving Caribbean"
Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean, FIU

Dutch Caribbean Library Conference, Curacao
Willemstad, Curacao, February 23-24, 2011
The Importance of Digitization for the Caribbean Community, Brooke Wooldridge
Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean, FIU
Metadata Training Workshop, Laila Miletic-Vejzovic, Head, Special Collections &
University Archives, University of Central Florida Libraries
Dutch Caribbean Libraries Workshop: Shared Digitization and Fundraising
Opportunities, Open Discussion

Haitian Studies Association Conference
Haiti, History, Healing: Facing the Challenges of Reconstruction
Providence, Rhode Island, November 10-13, 2010
"Haitian Libraries Today and their Role in Creating a Stronger Future"
Dominique Coulombe, Interim Director, Special Collections, Brown University
Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Caribbean Library, FIU
Ted Widmer, Director, John Carter Brown Library, Brown University
Elizabeth Pierre-Louis, Library Program Coordinator, FOKAL

Latin American Studies Association
Crisis, Response, Recovery
Toronto, Canada, October 10-15, 2010
Outreach Collaborations: Expanding the Scope of Latin American Studies across the
United States; Organizer: Natalie C. Arsenault, University of Texas/Austin
"The Digital Library of the Caribbean: Partnerships in the United States and Beyond"
Brooke Wooldridge, Coordinator, Digital Caribbean Library, FIU
LieslB. Picard, Associate Director, Latin American and Caribbean Center, FIU



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Upcoming Conferences 2011


May
3-6 Society of Florida Archivists
St. Augustine, Florida

16- 20 Association of Caribbean Historians
San Juan, Puerto Rico

18-20 Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information Access
Grantees Conference
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan

June
1-5 Association of Caribbean University Research Institutional Libraries
Tampa, Florida

1-5 Caribbean Studies Association (Scholarly Advisory Board Meeting)
Willemstad, Curacao

23-29 American Library Association
New Orleans, Louisiana

July
6-9 American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Conference
Washington, D.C.

August
10-11 International Federation of Library Associations, Satellite Conference on
Acquisition and Collection Development
University of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix, US Virgin Islands

10-11 International Federation of Library Associations, Satellite Conference Genealogy
and Local History
University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands

13-18 International Federation of Library Associations
San Juan, Puerto Rico


DIGITAL LIBRARY OF THE CARIBBEAN (dLOC) is a cooperative digital library
for resources from and about the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean. dLOC provides
access to digitized versions of Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials
currently held in archives, libraries, and private collections. For more information, go
to www.dloc.com.



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