Progressive Librarian Issue no. 15, Winter 1998/1999

Entire issue in .pdf

ARTICLES

A Few Gates: An Examination of the Social Responsibilities Debate in the Early 1970s and '90s
by Steven Joyce, page 1

Librarianship and Resistance
by Sandy Iverson, page 14

Conference Proceedings: SRRT-ALA Program on International Social Responsibilities & Librarianship

LIWO: Local Touch and Global Networking in South Africa
by Johnny Jacobs, page 20

From Student Revolt to Working Librarians: The Formation of BiS, Sweden
by Lennart Wettmark, page 27

AKRIBIE: Arbeitskreis Kritischer Bibliothekarinnen / Working Group of Critical Librarians, Germany
by Frauke Mährt-Thomsen, page 31

KRIBIBI: Public Libraries and the "Working Pool of Critical Librarians" in Austria
by Renate Obadalek, page 37

Radical Librarianship, UK: Something of an Overview from the UK
by Martyn Lowe, 41

ADDED ENTRIES

The Cuba Poster Project
by Lincoln Cushing, page 51

BOOK REVIEWS

Librarianship and Legitimacy: The Ideology of the Public Library Inquiry, by Douglas Raber
Reviewed by Patti Clayton, page 54

McLibel: Burger Culture on Trial, by John Vidal
Reviewed by Martyn Lowe, page 59

DOCUMENTS

Remarks on Racism, International Relations & Librarianship
by E. J. Josey, page 62

Letter Against Bombing of Iraq, 12/16/98
page 65

World Bank Protest Letter, 6/29/98
page 67

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTERS, page 68

PLG Statement of Purpose
page 70