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4 Corners: International Collections Program Calendar, 1/5/2018

Tuesday, January 9, 2018, 11 a.m.
Hispanic Reading Room Research Orientation

Sign up for our research orientation and learn about the Hispanic Reading Room services and collections. Orientations are offered to the public the second Tuesday of every month from 11:00am-12:00pm. Those attending should obtain a Library of Congress Reader Identification Card prior to the session. For more information about reader’s cards, see here.
Location: Hispanic Reading Room, Thomas Jefferson Building, LJ-240. Attendees should use the First Street Carriage Entrance of the Jefferson Building.
Contact: [email protected]
Request ADA accommodations five business days in advance at (202) 707-6362 (Voice/TTY) or email [email protected]


Wednesday, January 17, 2018, noon – 1 p.m.
Lecture: Spanish Gastronomy and Cultural Innovation

José Berasaluce will discuss the influence of Spanish gastronomy on US culinary practice and culture. Berasaluce is a historian, culinary critic, and manager of Catas con arte, a project by the University of Cadiz (Spain), which provides cultural insight on topics related to philosophy, gastronomy, and viticulture. Event will be in Spanish, but some English translation will be provided. Cosponsored by the Hispanic Division and Hispanic Cultural Society of the Library of Congress. Free tickets available via Eventbrite.
Location: Dining Room A, LM-620, 6th Floor, James Madison Memorial Building, The Library of Congress, 101 Independence Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20540. Metro stop: Capitol South.
Contact: [email protected]
Request ADA accommodations five days in advance at (202) 707-6362 or [email protected]



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