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You’re Like a Translator of the Past: Anna & Elizabeth’s Queer Historiographic Methods
In You’re Like a Translator of the Past: Anna & Elizabeth’s Queer Historiographic Methods, Elliott Kuecker explores Anna & Elizabeth, an old-time folk duo who unearth and decode songs from the archives, to reveal that their ...
Recruiting and Retaining LGBTQ-Identified Staff in Academic Libraries through Ordinary Methods
(In the Library with a Lead Pipe, 2017-03-22)
While the American academic library field works hard to include all patrons and materials that represent less dominant populations, it should be more mindful of inclusivity in its own workforce. Particularly, the field ...
Ideology and Rhetoric of Undergraduate Student Workers in Academic Libraries
(Progressive Librarian: A Journal of Critical Studies & Progressive Politics in Librarianship, 2018-03)
This article argues that the discourse surrounding undergraduate student workers in academic libraries reveals a lack of critical analysis on the part of libraries, contributing to hegemonic, industrial capitalist labor ...
Questioning the Dogma of Banned Books Week
(Library Philosophy and Practice, 2018-12-13)