Preservation and Access: Facilitating Research in Information and Religion
Carisse Mickey Berryhill, Ph.D., Special Collections Librarian, Abilene Christian University
Keynote Address Sponsored by the American Theological Library Association
May 18 and 19, 2012 «» Kent Student Center, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
Hosted by the Center for the Study of Information and Religion
Paper presentations are 30 minutes each, followed by 15 minutes of Q&A. Posters will be presented informally during session breaks.
Friday, May 18
Saturday, May 19
Holiday Inn Express-Kent: King and queen rooms are available for $79.95 + tax per night. Mention group code IAR (Information and Religion) to get the discounted rate. Call the hotel directly at 330-673-9200 or call the central reservation system at 1-800-HOLIDAY. Conference hosts will provide transportation from the hotel to campus and back once each day. Reservations must be made before May 1, 2012, to receive the discount.
Transportation: The nearest airport to Kent is Akron-Canton Airport (CAK). Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) also is nearby. As schedules permit, conference hosts will attempt to pick up and return guests to both airports before and after (but not during) the conference.
Conference hosts also will provide transportation from the Holiday Inn Express-Kent to campus and back to the hotel once each day (Friday and Saturday).
Please contact Lorelei Hoover at email@example.com with your travel plans to request pick-up from the hotel or airport.
Sponsored by the American Theological Library Association
Carisse Mickey Berryhill, Ph.D.
Berryhill has received Pepperdine Universityâ€™s Distinguished Christian Service Award for her efforts in preservation of Stone-Campbell history (2011) and has twice received the Excellence in Online Teaching Award from the WISE consortium of library schools for her Theological Librarianship course at the University of Illinois (2007, 2009). She is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Theological Library Association and serves on the Corporation Board of Restoration Quarterly.
Recent presentations and publications include:
â€œThe Library Professor: Purpose, Praxis, Presence.â€ Southern California Theological Library Association workshop, May 6, 2011, at Hope International University, Fullerton, Calif.
â€œâ€™Be With Me, Lordâ€™: Sandersonâ€™s Great Hymn.â€ In Never Enough Singing: Essays in Honor of Seth Kasten, ed. Melody Layton McMahon. Chicago: ATLA, 2011, 9-14.
â€œFrom Facts to Feeling: The Rhetoric of Moral Formation in Alexander Campbellâ€™s Morning Lectures at Bethany College.â€ In And the Word Became Flesh: Studies in History, Communication, and Scripture in Memory of Michael W. Casey, ed. Thomas H. Olbricht and David Fleer. Eugene, Ore.: Pickwick, 2009.
â€œThe Ministry of Scholarship: The Jubilee History of Restoration Quarterly, Part II: Leaders and Scholars,â€ Restoration Quarterly 50 (2008): 91-106.
"Belief, Union and Mission: The Gospel of John in the Early Stone-Campbell Movement.â€ In Evangelicalism & the Stone Campbell Movement: Engaging Basic Christian Doctrine, ed. William R. Baker. Abilene, Texas: ACU Press, 2006.