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Where Are All the Librarians of Color?: The Experiences of People of Color in Academia

coedited by Rebecca Hankins, CA, MLS and Miguel Juárez, MLS, MA
Format
Book
Published
Sacramento, CA : Library Juice Press, 2015.
Language
English
ISBN
9781936117833 (pbk.), 1936117835 (pbk.)
Summary
"This edited volume seeks to address the shared experiences of academic librarians of color, i.e. Hispanic Americans, African Americans, Native Americans and Asian Americans"--
Contents
  • Section one. Setting the stage for diversity in the profession
  • Discovering librarianship : personalizing the recruitment process for underrepresented students / Emily K. Chan, Jovanni Lota, Holly A. Smith, and Steven D. Booth
  • Establishing a communal network for professional advancement among librarians of color / Tarida Anantachai, Latrice Booker, Althea Lazzaro and Martha Parker
  • Mentoring and retention of minority librarians / Melody Royster, David Schwieder, Ava Iuliano Brillat, and Lori Driver
  • Interns or professionals? A common misnomer applied to diversity resident librarians can potentially degrade and divide / Jason K. Alston
  • Strengthening the pipeline-talent management for libraries : a human resources perspective / Agnes K. Bradshaw
  • Section two. How diversity benefits the profession
  • Critical race theory and recruitment, retention and promotion of a librarian of color : a counter-story / Shaundra Walker
  • Serving with a sense of purpose : a black woman librarian in rural New Mexico / Akilah Shukura Nosakhere
  • Like a fish out of water, but forging my own path / Vince Lee
  • Racial realism or foolish optimism : an African American Muslim woman in the field / Rebecca Hankins
  • Section three. Personal diversity stories
  • The veteran and the rookie : our story, our experience / Rhonda E. Fowler and Karen Rogers-Collins
  • Diversity at Miami University Libraries : four unique and similar experiences / Stacy Brinkman, Jacqueline Johnson, Kwabena Sekyere, Elías Tzoc
  • Building dialogic bridges to diversity : are we there yet? / Roland Barksdale-Hall
  • Making diversity work in academic libraries / Miguel Juárez.
Description
x, 341 pages ; 23 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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