The October 2017 issue of Library Quarterly, completes a two-part series entitled "Aftermath: Libraries, Democracy, and the 2016 Presidential Election

Monday, October 23, 2017

The October 2017 issue of Library Quarterly, completes a two-part series entitled "Aftermath: Libraries, Democracy, and the 2016 Presidential Election, Part 2". The two volumes, compiled by editor Paul Jaeger and associate editors Ursula Gorham and Natalie Greene Taylor, highlights the issues and challenges facing libraries and the information professions as a result of the current political climate and divisions that exist in the United States. The two volumes explore topics such as collections, equity of access, serving margianalized populations, advocacy, and contending with divided service communities while still adhering to professional standards, values, and principles. Articles in Part 1 of the series are available here