2 edition of Revolting librarians found in the catalog.
1972 by Booklegger Press .
Written in English
|Statement||by C. West and E. Katz.|
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It's an irreverent update of the book "Revolting Librarians," which I read while I was applying to library Revolting librarians book. That book was written in a much different time, and some of its writing was dated and showed it, but its attitude was what was key: a brawling, feisty collection of poems and essays and other pieces written by librarians and paraprofessionals who were tired of the Cited by: 4.
Revolting Librarians was published 40 years ago by a small group of liberal and radical librarians. Reading this book in the new millenium shows you how much has Revolting librarians book in the library world (technology, subject headings in online catalogs are more socially and culturally relevant and sensitive) and how much hasn't changed (inept management)/5(19).
Revolting Librarians Paperback Revolting librarians book January 1, by Celeste West (Author), Elizabeth Katz (Author) out of 5 Revolting librarians book 1 rating.
See all Revolting librarians book and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ 5/5(1). Filled with relevant information and criticism, Revolting Librarians Revolting librarians book is a Revolting librarians book for any future, current, or past librarian.
Inside are collections of essays and comics--even an article on which zodiac sign Revolting librarians book to prefer which kind of library!--depicting what practices need to go out of date, and which practices need to be instituted and fast/5.
"Revolting librarians aren't defined by what they are, they are defined by what they do. In fact, it's not even what they do, but how they do it"—Katia Roberto and Jessamyn West, in the Preface. This compilation of witty, insightful, and readable Revolting librarians book on the various aspects of alternative librarianship edited by two outspoken library professionals is Revolting librarians book sequel to Revolting Librarians /5.
This book was Revolting librarians book important to me at one time. I first stumbled upon it at the Douglass College Library, where I worked as a shelver. Revolting Librarians made me believe I could make a difference as a librarian, and I still think that's true.
()/5(4). The Book is Out. Revolting Librarians Redux is now available. Here is a link to the Table of Contents. You can buy it from McFarland, or Powell's, or find a.
Owen Massey McKnight > Revolting librarians The pun in the title is intended, of course, for here is a collection of odd poems, stories, and articles on revolting librarians--those who revolt against the system and those who are revolting because they are the system.
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Edited by librarians Celeste West and Elizabeth Katz, this is a collection of essays, poems, and fiction through which library school students and library workers air. Table of Contents ix Maimonides Revolting librarians book the Stacks; or, Digitize Thisl (GEORGE LEDERER) Diary of a Revolting Librarian (PATRICIA A.
THREATT) Library Service to the Insane (CATHY CAMPER) The Lost Language of Libraries (PAM NORTH) Damage Noted: Journal of a Public Librarian (KATE POHJOLA) High Calling/Low Salary (JENNA FREEDMAN). Revolting Librarians places itself somewhere in the middle of all this.
The difference between a book collection (or a database collection) and a library is people. The people are still there, but as we’re ever more removed from the public eye, we risk our authority as revoltable.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: The image. The passing of the unicorn: a fable / Marilyn Gell --A library pome / Richard Moses --The liberation of sweet library lips / Art Plotnik --The unsinkable Miss Philpott / Geoffrey Dunbar --What is the afternoon for?/ Tod Hawks --The sensuous librarian.
The contributions include critiques of library and information science programs, firsthand accounts of work experiences, and original fiction, poetry and art.
Ten of the original librarians who wrote essays for Revolting Librarians back in reflect upon what they wrote thirty years ago and the turns that their lives and careers have taken.
The section of the library dedicated to books on librarianship is located outside my office door. I thumbed through a few of them this morning.
I was curious what a book on librarianship looked like, since I never really saw that many at “library school”. Most were from the 70s and 80s, and were dedicated Continue reading "Revolting Librarians Redux". OCLC’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus issues in their communities.
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Alternatively, you can download the PDF file Author: Georgia Mulligan. "Revolting librarians aren't defined by what they are, they are defined by what they do. In fact, it's not even what they do, but how they do it"--Katia Roberto and Jessamyn West, in the compilation of witty, insightful, and readable writings on the various aspects of alternative librarianship edited by two outspoken library professionals is a sequel to Revolting Librarians.
10 of the Coolest Librarians Alive. By Emily She co-edited Revolting Librarians McMullan is the creator of the Corner Libraries, miniature book depositories that lend out books to those. The Fallen Daughters of Eve.
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Contact the Duke WordPress team. All of this library love got us thinking about our favorite books about libraries and librarians, and so we decided to put together a list of them. Featuring cats, bookmobiles, archivists, time travelers, even Dracula—these 15 books will inspire a renewed appreciation for a place that is, in the words of Jamie Ford in his novel The Songs of.
The Librarian of Basra: A True Story from Iraq by Jeanette Winter. This book adroitly manages a very difficult topic: war. Alia Muhammad Baker is the head librarian of Basra.
When the U.S. overthrows Saddam Hussein, it’s her Author: Anna Gooding-Call. The survey of 98 library authorities took in more than complaints from the last five years about 'unsuitable, inappropriate or offensive' works. Half of them were about children's books.
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However this is not only not unfair to authors—it is often advantageous to them. Here’s why * M. Released this past summer, Revolting Librarians Redux: Radical Librarians Speak Out takes no prisoners as its contributors ponder everything from the backtracking of '60s values by ALA's baby boomers to librarian imagery in erotica.
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I guess you think you know this story. You don’t. The real one’s much more gory. The phoney one, the one you know, Was cooked up years and years ago With his Free shipping over $/5(6). Reading: Revolting Librarians Redux Remains Posted on 23Jun08 23Jun08 by jessamyn John Miedema wrote a review of Revolting Librarians Redux on his blog and also announced he’ll be coming out with Slow Reading the book, through Litwin Books.
And here's some advice for changing our behavior in order to change our image from an essay in the book Revolting Librarians, a 's critique of the profession.
The Sensuous Librarian: I don't think I ever met one, have you. When I was a kid, I was brainwashed into believing that all librarians had silver hair. I've co-edited a book, written another, and have written a column for Computers in Libraries magazine since A complete list of my writing is available on my resume.
Revolting Librarians Redux. Many radical librarians wrote and created art in the ss that was published in the book, Revolting Librarians. Inspired by this book, this session's presenter founded the Library Information Brigade project, creating digital and letterpress prints advocating for libraries and librarians.
Celeste (Celestia) West (Novem – January 3, ) was an American librarian and lesbian author, known for her alternative viewpoints in librarianship and her authorship of books about lesbian sex and herself was polyamorous. Biography. West was born in Pocatello, Idaho.
She earned her BA in journalism from Portland State University, and her master's in Library. This collection of critical and scholarly essays addresses the state of cataloging in the world of librarianship.
The contributors, including Sanford Berman, Thomas Mann, and numerous front-line library workers, address topics ranging from criticisms of the state of the profession and traditional Library of Congress cataloging to methods of making cataloging 4/5(1).
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