Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies

The Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies aims to showcase innovative research that queries and critiques current and prevailing paradigms in library and information studies, in theory and practice through critical approaches and perspectives that originate from across the humanities and social sciences. JCLIS is committed to supplying a platform for the publication of rigorous inter-/multi-/trans-disciplinary research that might be otherwise marginalized from dominant discourses.

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No 1 (2017): Inaugural Issue

Guest Editors: Ronald E. Day, Andrew J Lau, Alycia Sellie

Table of Contents

Editors' Note

Andrew J Lau, Alycia Sellie, Ronald E. Day
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Articles

David James Hudson
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Marika Cifor, Jamie A. Lee
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Nicole K. Dalmer
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Melissa Adler
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Nicole Marie Gaston
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Heidi L.M. Jacobs, Cal Murgu
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Melissa M. Gustafson
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Nora Almeida
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Perspectives

Jonathan Cope
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Ramon Salim Diab
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Tim Gorichanaz
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Amelia Bowen Koford
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Hannah Lee
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Literature Review

Tami Oliphant
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Book Reviews

Lisa Levesque
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