ICS Conversation: Rescue, Transformation and Treasures of the National General Archive of the Dominican Republic  

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“Una mirada al rescate, la transformación y los tesoros del Archivo General de la Nación de la República Dominicana” [A Look at the Rescue, Transformation and Treasures of the General Archive of the Nation of the Dominican Republic] is a discussion hosted by the Institute of Caribbean Studies at the University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras (UPR-RP). With the participation of Dr. Roberto Cassá, General Director of the General Archive of the Nation of the Dominican Republic [Archivo General de la Nación, República Dominicana] in dialogue with Dr. Luz Marie Rodríguez (School of Architecture, UPR-RP), Professor Julio Quirós-Alcalá (Luis Muñoz Marín Archive), and Dr. Betsaida Vélez Natal (Graduate School of Science and Information Technologies, UPR-RP), the event will take place on Friday, November 18, 2016, from 1:30  to 3:30pm in Room 313, EGCTI-UPR, 3rd floor, José M. Lázaro Library.

Roberto Cassá Bernaldo de Quirós, director of the National Archive of the Dominican Republic is a historian, writer, and educator. He is also president of the Dominican Academy of History and member of the Academy of Sciences of the Dominican Republic and the Association of Historians of Latin America and the Caribbean.

[The event is organized by the Institute of Caribbean Studies (UPR), with the co-sponsorship of the Graduate School of Sciences and Information Technologies, ACURIL-Puerto Rico Chapter and the Association of Law Librarians of Puerto Rico.]

See more on the archive at http://agn.gob.do/

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