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Title Knowledge justice [electronic resource] : disrupting library and information studies through critical race theory / edited by Sofia Y. Leung and Jorge R. López-McKnight.
Publication Info. Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, [2021]

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Description pages cm
Series MIT Press Direct OA
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I: Destroy White Supremacy -- Introductionto Part I -- Not the Shark, but the Water: How Neutrality and Vocational Awe Intertwine to Uphold White Supremacy -- Moving Toward Transformative Librarianship: Naming and Identifying Epistemic Supremacy -- Leaning on our Labor: Whiteness and Hierarchies of Power in LIS Work -- Tribal Critical Race Theory in Zuni Pueblo: Information Access in a Cautious Community -- Part II: Illuminate Erasure -- Introductionto Part II: The Courage of Character and Commitment versus the Cowardliness of Comfortable Contentment -- A Queer South Asian Librarian in Academia: Counterstory, Theory, Strategies -- Ann Allen Shockley: An Activist-Librarian for Black Special Collections -- The Development of U.S. Children's Librarianship and Challenging White Dominant Narratives -- Relegated to the Margins: Faculty of Color, the Scholarly Record, and the Necessity of Anti-Racist Library Disruptions -- Part III: Radical Collective Imaginations Towards Liberation -- Introductionto Part III: Freedom Stories -- Dewhitening Librarianship: A Policy Proposal for Libraries -- The Praxis of Relation, Validation, Motivation: Articulating LIS Collegiality through a CRT Lens -- Precarious Labor and Radical Care in Libraries and Digital Humanities -- Praxis for the People: Critical Race Theory and Archival Practice -- "Getting InFLOmation": A Critical Race Theory Tale from the School Library -- Conclusion: Afterwor(l)ding Towards Imaginative Dimensions.
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Summary "Contributors analyze and re-envision the field and profession of library and information science from the perspective of critical race theory"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Minorities in library science -- United States.
Critical pedagogy -- United States.
Social justice -- United States.
Library science -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States.
Information science -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States.
United States -- Race relations -- Philosophy.
Added Author Leung, Sofia Y.
López-McKnight, Jorge R.
MIT Press Direct OA
ISBN 9780262043502 (paperback)
OCLC # sseb_ssj0002469510
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