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Questioning Library Neutrality: Essays from Progressive Librarian presents essays that relate to neutrality in librarianship in a philosophical or practical sense, and sometimes both. They are a selection of essays originally published in Progressive Librarian, the journal of theProgressive Librarians Guild, presented in the chronological order of their appearance there.

Publisher: Litwin Books in association with GSE Research

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Preliminary Material
pp. i-vi(6)
Author: Lewis, Alison

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Questioning Neutrality: An Introduction
pp. 1-4(4)
Author: Lewis, Alison M.

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Politics and Anti-Politics in Librarianship
pp. 5-8(4)
Author: Rosenzweig, Mark

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Librarianship and Resistance
pp. 25-32(8)
Author: Iverson, Sandy

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Activist Librarianship: Heritage or Heresy?
pp. 67-82(16)
Author: Sparanese, Ann

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The Myth of the Neutral Professional
pp. 89-96(8)
Author: Jensen, Robert

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Information Criticism: Where is It?
pp. 97-108(12)
Author: Andersen, Jack

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Towards Self-Reflection in Librarianship: What is Praxis?
pp. 109-118(10)
Author: Doherty, John J.

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The Professional is Political: Redefining the Social Role of Public Libraries
pp. 119-140(22)
Authors: Durrani, Shiraz; Smallwood, Elizabeth

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Supplementary Material
pp. 147-150(4)
Author: Lewis, Alison

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