Normal view MARC view ISBD view

The feminist reference desk : concepts, critiques, and conversations /

by Accardi, Maria T.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Gender and sexuality in information studies ; 8.Publisher: Sacramento, CA : Library Juice Press, 2017Description: xi, 396 pages ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781634000185 (pbk. : acidfree paper).Subject(s): Reference services (Libraries) -- Philosophy | Academic libraries -- Reference services -- Philosophy | Research -- Methodology -- Study and teaching | Information literacy -- Study and teaching | Librarians -- Professional ethics | Feminist ethics | Critical pedagogy | Feminism and higher education
Contents:
Introduction -- Prelude. Female articulation and the librarian (or, so hard to say) / Michelle Reale -- Part I. Emotional work and ethics of care. Behavioral expectations for the mommy librarian : the successful reference transaction as emotional labor / Celia Emmelhainz, Erin Pappas, and Maura Seale -- Nothing more than a gear in your car : neutrality and feminist reference in the academic library / Nina Clements -- Purposeful and productive care : the feminist ethic of care and the reference desk / Sara Howard -- Feminist reference services : transforming relationships through an ethic of care / Sharon Ladenson -- A woman's work is never done : reference outside the library / Kelly McElroy -- Part II. Ways of doing and rethinking the work. Seeing writing center practices through a feminist lens & applying the lessons learned to reference desk practice / Dory Cochran -- Margaret Fuller's legacy interpreted for the postmodern library / Mellissa J. Hinton -- Proceed with care : reviewing reference services through the feminist lens / Elizabeth Hoppe and Karen Jung -- Feminist pedagogy and special collections reference : shifting the balance / Melanie J. Meyers -- Filling in the gaps : using zines to amplify the voices of people who are silenced in academic research / Dawn Stahura -- Information of my own : peer reference and feminist pedagogy / Lauren Wallis -- Social justice in the stacks : opening the borders of feminism in libraries / Gina Watts -- Part III. Intersectional and collaborative work. Intersectionality at the reference desk : lived experiences of women of color librarians / Rose L. Chou and Annie Pho -- Reference and beyond : aspiring librarians and intersectional feminist strategies / Nicole A. Cooke, Jennifer Margolis Jacobs, Katrina Spencer, Chloe Collins, and Rebekah Loyd -- Feminist pedagogy and the critical catalog / Katherine Crowe and Erin Elzi -- Feminist LibGuides : towards inclusive practices in guide creation, use, and reference interactions / Amanda Meeks -- Exploring a feminist disability studies reference desk / Brian A. Sullivan and Malia Willey -- LIS graduate student workers, feminist pedagogy, and the reference desk : praxis and a narrative / Raina Bloom -- Feminist pedagogy and the reference desk : a conversation / Jeremy McGinniss and Angela Pashia -- Postlude. The creature questions its reflection : lyrical feminist explorations of reference desk interactions / Corinne Gilroy and Alexandrina Hanam.
Summary: "This edited collection considers how feminist strategies and philosophies might initiate, reshape, and critique approaches to library reference services"--Provided by publisher. List(s) this item appears in: BL: Anatolia Libraries Staff Development
Item type Location Collection Call number Status Date due
Books-14days Books-14days Bissell Library
East Wing
Library Staff Development Collection LSDC 025.52 FEM (Browse shelf) Checked out 2019-09-30

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction -- Prelude. Female articulation and the librarian (or, so hard to say) / Michelle Reale -- Part I. Emotional work and ethics of care. Behavioral expectations for the mommy librarian : the successful reference transaction as emotional labor / Celia Emmelhainz, Erin Pappas, and Maura Seale -- Nothing more than a gear in your car : neutrality and feminist reference in the academic library / Nina Clements -- Purposeful and productive care : the feminist ethic of care and the reference desk / Sara Howard -- Feminist reference services : transforming relationships through an ethic of care / Sharon Ladenson -- A woman's work is never done : reference outside the library / Kelly McElroy -- Part II. Ways of doing and rethinking the work. Seeing writing center practices through a feminist lens & applying the lessons learned to reference desk practice / Dory Cochran -- Margaret Fuller's legacy interpreted for the postmodern library / Mellissa J. Hinton -- Proceed with care : reviewing reference services through the feminist lens / Elizabeth Hoppe and Karen Jung -- Feminist pedagogy and special collections reference : shifting the balance / Melanie J. Meyers -- Filling in the gaps : using zines to amplify the voices of people who are silenced in academic research / Dawn Stahura -- Information of my own : peer reference and feminist pedagogy / Lauren Wallis -- Social justice in the stacks : opening the borders of feminism in libraries / Gina Watts -- Part III. Intersectional and collaborative work. Intersectionality at the reference desk : lived experiences of women of color librarians / Rose L. Chou and Annie Pho -- Reference and beyond : aspiring librarians and intersectional feminist strategies / Nicole A. Cooke, Jennifer Margolis Jacobs, Katrina Spencer, Chloe Collins, and Rebekah Loyd -- Feminist pedagogy and the critical catalog / Katherine Crowe and Erin Elzi -- Feminist LibGuides : towards inclusive practices in guide creation, use, and reference interactions / Amanda Meeks -- Exploring a feminist disability studies reference desk / Brian A. Sullivan and Malia Willey -- LIS graduate student workers, feminist pedagogy, and the reference desk : praxis and a narrative / Raina Bloom -- Feminist pedagogy and the reference desk : a conversation / Jeremy McGinniss and Angela Pashia -- Postlude. The creature questions its reflection : lyrical feminist explorations of reference desk interactions / Corinne Gilroy and Alexandrina Hanam.

"This edited collection considers how feminist strategies and philosophies might initiate, reshape, and critique approaches to library reference services"--Provided by publisher.

Bissell Library Home | Bissell Hours Eleftheriades Library Home | Eleftheriades Hours
American College of Thessaloniki
Bissell Library
17 Sevenidi ST, Thessaloniki, GR 55535 | Tel: +302310398390 | Fax:+3023103989392 | Email: actlib@act.edu
Anatolia College
Eleftheriades Library
50 Kennedy Ave, Thessaloniki, GR 55510 | P.O. Box 21021 | Tel: +302310398352 | E-mail: aclib@anatolia.edu.gr
Powered by Koha