Review of Libraries Serving Dialogue

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Karen Adjei


Libraries Serving Dialogue, edited by Odile Dupont on behalf of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), is a book volume with multiple authors who provide documentation of and personal experiences with projects that grapple with interfaith dialogue and interreligious connections. Information stewards who work with theological and religious materials, initiatives, and conversations and who are interested in learning from their international peers may benefit from this resource. While a language barrier presented in some chapters may hinder a reader’s ability in fully engaging with the text, the book contributes a necessary perspective in encouraging librarians to bring diverse patrons together through the lens of religion in working towards a peaceful and thriving society.

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