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Review Of Queer Library Alliance: Global Reflections And Imaginings, Matthew P. Messbarger May 2018

Review Of Queer Library Alliance: Global Reflections And Imaginings, Matthew P. Messbarger

Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies

With global perspectives from librarians and archivists who promote innovative methods to improve services to LGBTQ populations, Queer Library Alliance serves as an excellent primer and resource for critical thinking about how information professionals can best serve queer communities.


Gendered Information: Library Labor As “Women’S Work” And Classification As A System Of Oppression, Steve Brantley Jan 2017

Gendered Information: Library Labor As “Women’S Work” And Classification As A System Of Oppression, Steve Brantley

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

A sample syllabus written to incorporate aspects of Women, Gender and Sexuality studies with the History of Librarianship and Library Science, specifically classification and critical information literacy instruction.


Content Analysis Of Social Tags On Intersectionality For Works On Asian Women: An Exploratory Study Of Librarything, Sheetija Kathuria Aug 2011

Content Analysis Of Social Tags On Intersectionality For Works On Asian Women: An Exploratory Study Of Librarything, Sheetija Kathuria

Masters Theses

This study explores how the social tags are employed by users of LibraryThing, a popular web 2.0 social networking site for cataloging books, to describe works on Asian women in representing themes within the context of intersectionality. Background literature in the domain of subject description of works has focused on race and gender representation within traditional controlled vocabularies such as the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH). This study explores themes related to intersectionality in order to analyze how users construct meaning in their social tags. The collection of works used to search for social tags came from the Association …