Handbook of Black librarianship / edited by E.J. Josey and Marva L. DeLoach.

"The second edition of this work chronicles the contribution that African American librarians have made to librarianship and to the organizations they have built to provide information resources for their people. Like in the first edition published in 1977, chapters on pioneering individuals ar...

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Online Access: Full Text (via Internet Archive)
Other Authors: Josey, E. J., 1924-2009, DeLoach, Marva L.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, ©2000.
Edition:2nd ed.
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505 0 0 |t Introduction /  |r E.J. Josey, Marva L. DeLoach --  |t Pioneers and Landmark Episodes --  |t A Chronology of Events in Black Librarianship /  |r Casper LeRoy Jordan, E.J. Josey --  |t African American Forerunners in Librarianship /  |r Casper LeRoy Jordan --  |t Hampton Institute Library School /  |r Lucy B. Campbell --  |t Early Library Organizations --  |t Alabama Association of School Librarians /  |r Carrie C. Robinson --  |t Georgia Teachers and Education Association, Librarians' Section /  |r Laura S. Lewis --  |t North Carolina Negro Library Association /  |r Albert P. Marshall --  |t South Carolina State Library Group /  |r Rossie B. Caldwell --  |t Virginia State Teachers Association, Division of Librarians /  |r Harriet M. Hill --  |t Contemporary Black Library Organizations --  |t Black Caucus of the American Library Association: The Early Years /  |r E.J. Josey --  |t Black Caucus of the American Library Association: Recent History /  |r Lisa Biblo --  |t New York Black Librarians Caucus Revisited: The Dream Moves Forward /  |r Yvonne S. Bennett, Joan E. Cole --  |t Chicago Black Librarians Caucus: The Early Years /  |r Alfred L. Woods --  |t California Librarians Black Caucus /  |r Linda Jolivet --  |t Vital Issues --  |t Effects of Diversity on Black Librarianship: Is Diversity Divergent? /  |r Teresa Y. Neely --  |t The Language of Diversity: What Is It? /  |r Simmona E. Simmons-Hodo --  |t The New Library Environment and Information Technology /  |r Jon E. Cawthorne --  |t Thinking Digitally and Acting Responsibly: Notes of an Activist African American Librarian /  |r Itibari M. Zulu. 
520 1 |a "The second edition of this work chronicles the contribution that African American librarians have made to librarianship and to the organizations they have built to provide information resources for their people. Like in the first edition published in 1977, chapters on pioneering individuals are juxtaposed with historical descriptions of early organizations. Other sections treat the important contemporary issues of information technology, services to African Americans, and library education. Of special interest is the section on African American resources, which covers archival and fugitive literature, library holdings, oral history programs, and museums, with several chapters on awards. Other features include a completely new section on libraries, library education, and publishing in Africa and a section of information on the role of African Americans in selected areas of the knowledge industry." "Of interest to all library professionals, bibliophiles, bibliographers, and students of American culture, this handbook fills a niche in American cultural history."--Jacket. 
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