Category: January 2009
A little self-promotion here. A few things coming up: On Saturday, March 7, I’ll be giving the keynote lecture at the Fourth Annual SIRLS Graduate Student Symposium at the University … Read more Upcoming presentations and publications by Rory Litwin
The most frustrating thing about eight years of Bush Administration nefariousness and stupidity, from a librarian’s point of view, was their attitude of secrecy and contempt for the public. It … Read more Obama’s Policy Agenda on Government Ethics
This is semi random, but I thought it might be interesting to see what comes to your minds in answer to the question: What is your favorite Wikipedia page? I … Read more Library Juice Readers: What is your favorite Wikipedia page?
There is a great article in today’s Chronicle of Higher Education about today’s students, how they think, and why: Wake Up and Smell the New Epistemology, by Tim Clydesdale. I … Read more Tim Clydesdale on the new student, in the Chronicle of Higher Ed
Personal Archives and a New Archival Calling:Readings, Reflections and Ruminations Author: Richard J. Cox Price: $35.00 Published: January 2009 ISBN: 978-0-9802004-7-8 Printed on acid-free paper In Personal Archives and a … Read more Richard J. Cox – Personal Archives and a New Archival Calling
New article by Lincoln Cushing: Privatizing the Commons: The Commodification of New Deal Public Art. Lincoln Cushing is an important person in the world of political graphic art, having put … Read more Privatizing the Commons: The Commodification of New Deal Public Art
Editors K.R. Roberto and Toni Samek have extended the deadline for contributions to the Celeste West festschrift. The new deadline is February 2nd.