Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Special Collections Seminar Room
Academic Libraries in Japan
by Yoji Nishigaya
Chief, Administrative Section for Library, College of International Relations, Nihon University, Mishima
Yoji Nishigaya has worked extensively in libraries and universities as the Chief, for the Administrative Division for Graduate Schools, the Chief for Students Affairs, and the Chief of Academic Affairs at the College of International Relations, Nihon University in Mishima. He is currently the Chief of the Administrative Section for Library at the College of International Relations.
Mr. Nishigaya will be discussing academic libraries in Japan, as well as his work in the preservation of a collection of glass plates. Mr. Nishigaya recently published Images from the Hikojiro Ueda Collection of Glass Plate Negative Photography: The Izu Peninsula and Mt. Fuji circa 1955 and received an award for his work from the Japan Association of Private University Libraries.
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