Editor's Note

Jennifer K. Sheehan

Abstract

In some ways, this Spring 2017 issue is a natural continuation of what we found in Fall 2016. In these two issues, I’ve been pleased to see (can we call it a “trend” with only two points of reference?) more international content in RBM: Laila Hussein Moustafa’s profile of a library in Afghanistan in the Fall 2016 issue, and now Mariette Atallah’s discussion of an archival collection at the American University of Beirut. Another common thread is the topic of anthropodermic bibliopegy.

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