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Title: IFLA Journal. October 2021 [Special Issue: indigenous librarianship]
Authors: Stratton, Stephen
Callison, Camille
Gosart, Ulia
Lilley, Spencer
Fullmer, Millicent
Civallero, Edgardo
Komeiji, Kawena
Long, Keahiahi
Matsuda, Shavonn
Paikai, Annemarie
Thorpe, Kirsten
Mamtora, Jayshree
Ovaska, Claire
Mathiesen, Bronwyn
Abbas El Sharief, Omer
Mudawi, Mohamed Salah Eldin
Mohamed, Radia Adam
Mhlongo, Maned
Million, Tara
Andrews, Nicola
Osuchukwu, Ngozi Perpetua
Udeze, Nkechi Sabina
Witt, Steven W.
Stratton, Stephen
Callison, Camille
Keywords: Subject::Indigenous librarianship
Subject::Indigenous knowledge
Subject::Indigenous peoples
Subject::Collection development
Subject::Library and information science
Subject::Oral heritage
Subject::Library services
Subject::Knowledge management
Subject::UN Sustainable Development Goals
Issue Date: 30-Sep-2021
Publisher: SAGE
Series/Report no.: IFLA Journal;Volume 47, Number 3
Abstract: The IFLA Journal special issue on Indigenous Librarianship strives to position libraries and librarianship through an indigenous worldview and ways of knowing. Each article takes is own perspective on the topic, exploring issues such as colonization, reconciliation, representation and imagery, digital access, and resource management. The issue is the result of collaboration with IFLA Journal and the Indigenous Matters Section of IFLA. Led by guest editors Stephen Stratton and Camille Callison, this issue was supported by a committee that include Rashidah Bolhassan, Mohit Garg, Raj K. Bhardwaj, Martha Attridge Bufton, and Rebecca Bateman.
ISSN: 0340-0352
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