2017, English, Book edition: Gender issues and the library : case studies of innovative programs and resources / edited by Carol Smallwood and Lura Sanborn ; foreword by Loida Garcia-Febo.

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Gender issues and the library : case studies of innovative programs and resources / edited by Carol Smallwood and Lura Sanborn ; foreword by Loida Garcia-Febo
 
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Physical Description
  • 1 online resource.
  • vii, 225 pages ; 26 cm.
Published
  • Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland &​ Company, Inc., Publishers, [2017]
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • Gender issues and the library : case studies of innovative programs and resources /​ edited by Carol Smallwood and Lura Sanborn ; foreword by Loida Garcia-Febo.
Other Authors
  • Garcia-Febo, Loida, (author of foreword.)
  • EBSCOhost
  • Smallwood, Carol, 1939-, (editor.)
  • Sanborn, Lura, 1978-, (editor.)
Published
  • Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland &​ Company, Inc., Publishers, [2017]
Copyright
  • ©2017.
Content Types
  • text
Carrier Types
  • online resource
  • volume
Physical Description
  • 1 online resource.
  • vii, 225 pages ; 26 cm.
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Summary
  • "With the legalization of same-sex marriage and the explosion of LGBTQ news coverage, gender studies is a subject of interest in popular media and curriculum at colleges. Libraries realize the importance of supporting the field yet have difficulty finding resources and programming ideas. This book provides case studies and innovative solutions for better meeting patron needs"--
Contents
  • Cover; Table of Contents; Foreword by Loida Garcia-Febo; Preface; Part I: Research and Library Instruction; Lesson Plan for Exploring Gender Roles in Society, Literature and Film (Morna Gerrard and Callan Wells); â#x80;#x9C;Masculinities: A Feminist Perspectiveâ#x80;#x9D;: A Hybrid Course Built from Scratch (Darcy I. Gervasio, Rebecca Oling and Patricia Rind); Cataloging and Gender Studies (Linda Garrison); Breaking the Glass Screens: A Case Study in Feminist Wikipedia Edit-a-thons (Kendall Larson and Stewart Van Cleve); Silenced Voices Lesson Plan (Morna Gerrard and Callan Wells)
  • The Implications of â#x80;#x9C;High Scatterâ#x80;#x9D; for Womenâ#x80;#x99;s Studies Journals and Collection Development (Stephanie H. Wical)Part II: History and Herstory; Documenting Womenâ#x80;#x99;s Labor History: A Case Study in Improving Access and Outreach for Underrepresented Groups (Kristen L. Chinery and Elizabeth Clemens); Performing Womenâ#x80;#x99;s History in the Public Library (Jamie L. Huber); Finding Womenâ#x80;#x99;s History in Archives and Special Collections: Basic to Advanced Ideas for Outreach and Instruction (Michael Taylor and Tara Zachary Laver)
  • The Herstory of the Book: Resources for the Study of Women in Book History (Maggie Gallup Kopp)Part III: Programming; Supporting Trans* Teens in the Public Library (Mâ#x80;#x99;issa Fleming); â#x80;#x9C;Sex in the Libraryâ#x80;#x9D;: Promoting an Undergraduate Gender Studies Research Program in an Academic Library (Lynn D. Lampert, Ellen E. Jarosz and Coleen Meyers-Martin); Third Wave Library Activism: The Dynamic Possibilities of a Womenâ#x80;#x99;s and Gender Studies and University Library Partnership (Carrie E. Moran and Leandra Preston-Sidler)
  • Beyond Womenâ#x80;#x99;s History Month: Strengthening Collection Development and Programming at Public and School Libraries through Womenâ#x80;#x99;s Studies Resources (Joy Worland)Partnering Across Campus to Engage the LGBTQ+ Community (Anthony Wright De Hernandez and Samantha R. Winn); Part IV: Collections and Beyond; Evolution of the Curriculum: Using Archives to Inform Collection Development for Womenâ#x80;#x99;s Studies (Laurel Bliss and Anna W. Culbertson)
  • Beyond Collections: Libraries, Ally Work and the Preservation of Womenâ#x80;#x99;s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Programs (Karl Ericson, Megan Novell and Rosemary Weatherston)LGBT Inclusive Elementary Library (Jeanine M. Huss and Barbara Fiehn); Reaching LGBTIQ Teens through Comics and Graphic Novels (Lisa Morgan); Women and Wikipedia: Diversifying Editors and Enhancing Content through Library Edit-a-Thons (Therese F. Triumph and Kimberley M. Henze); Behind Every Great Protagonist Is a Woman: Gender Imbalances in Popular Fiction and How to Correct Them (Jessica Zellers); Part V: Resources.
  • Part I. Research and library instruction
  • Lesson plan for exploring gender roles in society, literature and film /​ Morna Gerrard and Callan Wells
  • "Masculinities: a feminist perspective" : a hybrid course built from scratch /​ Darcy I. Gervasio, Rebecca Oling and Patricia Rind
  • Cataloging and gender studies /​ Linda Garrison
  • Breaking the glass screens : a case study in feminist Wikipedia edit-a-thons /​ Kendall Larson and Stewart Van Cleve
  • Silenced voices lesson plan /​ Morna Gerrard and Callan Wells
  • The implications of "high scatter" for women's studies journals and collection development /​ Stephanie H. Wical
  • Part II. History and herstory
  • Documenting women's labor history : a case study in improving access and outreach for underrepresented groups /​ Kristen L. Chinery and Elizabeth Clemens
  • Perrforming women's history in the public library /​ Jamie L. Huber
  • Finding women's history in archives and special collections : basic to advanced ideas for outreach and instruction /​ Michael Taylor and Tara Zachary Laver
  • The herstory of the book : resources for the study of women in book history /​ Maggie Gallup Kopp
  • Part III. Programming
  • Supporting trans teens in the public library /​ M'issa Fleming
  • Sex in the library : promoting an undergraduate gender studies research program in an academic library /​ Lynn D. Lampert, Ellen E. Jarosz and Coleen Meyers-Martin
  • Third wave library activism : the dynamic possibilities of a women's and gender studies and university library partnership /​ Carrie E. Moran and Leandra Preston-Sidler
  • Beyond women's history month : strengthening collection development and programming at public and school libraries through women's studies resources /​ Joy Worland
  • Partnering across campus to engage the LGBTQ+ community /​ Anthony Wright de Hernandez and Samantha R. Winn
  • Part IV. Collections and beyond
  • Evolution of the curriculum : using archives to inform collection development for women's studies /​ Laurel Bliss and Anna W. Culbertson
  • Beyond collections : libraries, ally work and the preservation of women's, gender and sexuality studies programs /​ Karl Ericson, Megan Novell and Rosemary Weatherston
  • LGBT inclusive elementary library /​ Jeanine M. Huss and Barbara Fiehn
  • Reaching LGBTIQ teens through comics and graphic novels /​ Lisa Morgan
  • Women and Wikipedia : diversifying editors and enhancing content through library edit-a-thons /​ Therese F. Triumph and Kimberley M. Henze
  • Behind every great protagonist is a woman : gender imbalances in popular fiction and how to correct them /​ Jessica Zellers
  • Part V. Resources
  • Spreading girl germs : sources on third-wave feminism in collaborative librarianship /​ Anna W. Culbertson and Laurel Bliss
  • Foreign governments and international organizations : Web resources for women's studies /​ Karen Evans
  • U.S. government resources on women and women's issues /​ Karen Evans
  • Collaboration : women remaking American political culture /​ Vince Lee
  • Graphic activism : lesbian archival library display /​ Shawn(ta) Smith-Cruz
  • Resources to support men and masculinities studies : recommendations and experiences /​ Amy Hughes.
Notes
  • Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA. Available via World Wide Web.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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ISBN
  • 9781476630342
  • 1476630348
  • 9781476664736
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  • 027.6024042
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  • 40027693862
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