College & Research Libraries – September 2023

The September 2023 issue of College & Research Libraries is now freely available online both as a full issue PDF and as individual articles. Visit the C&RL website for complete contents from 1939 to the present and follow C&RL on Facebook and Twitter for updates and discussion.

Guest Editorial

Sarah R. Kostelecky, Lori Townsend, and David A. Hurley. “Is Cultural Humility Too Easy?

Articles

Katelyn Quirin Manwiller, Amelia Anderson, Heather Crozier, and Samantha Peter. “Hidden Barriers: The Experience of Academic Librarians and Archivists with Invisible Illnesses and/or Disabilities.”

Sarah M. Horowitz and Colleen W. Barrett. “So You Want to Be a Leader? Examining Pathways to Special Collections Administration.”

Mingkun Wei, Ismael Mostafavi, Russell Savage, Changyang Feng, and Shima Moradi. “Exploring the Evolution and Characteristics of the iSchool Movement in China.”

Erin Owens. “Authorship in Academic Librarianship Journals, 2015–2019: Evaluating Author Occupations, National and Institutional Affiliations, and Coauthorship.”

Nicolas Pares and Peter Organisciak. “The Effects of Research Data Management Services: Associating the Data Curation Lifecycle with Open Research Output.”

Ian Bogus, Candace Arai Yano, Shannon Zachary, Jacob Nadal, Mary Miller, Helen N. Levenson, Fern Brody, and Sara Amato. “A Model to Determine Optimal Numbers of Monograph Copies for Preservation in Shared Print Collections.”

Chris Alen Sula and Claudia Berger. “Training Information Professionals in the Digital Humanities: An Analysis of DH Courses in LIS Education.”

Book Reviews

Using Open Educational Resources to Promote Social Justice. CJ Ivory and Angela Pashia, eds. Chicago: ACRL Press, 2022, 299p. $92 ($82.80 ALA members) ISBN: 978-0-8389-3678-8. Reviewed by Beatrice Canales.

Thriving as a Mid-career Librarian: Identity, Advocacy & Pathways. Brandon K. West & Elizabeth Galoozis, eds. Chicago, IL: ACRL Press, 2023. 358pp. Paperback, $92 (ISBN: 978-0-8389-3941-3). Reviewed by Clarissa Ihssen.

Foundations of Intellectual Freedom. Emily J. M. Knox. Chicago: ALA Neal-Schumann, 2023. 144 p. Paper, $54.99 (978-0-8389-3783-9). Reviewed by Qiana Johnson.

Libraries as Dysfunctional Organizations and Workplaces. Spencer Acadia, ed. New York: Routledge University Press, 2023, 316 p. Paper, $35.96 ISBN: 978-0-3677-4709-1. Reviewed by Kaia MacLeod.

Arte Programmata: Freedom, Control, and the Computer in 1960s Italy. Lindsay Caplan. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2022. 328p. Paper, $33 ISBN: 978-1-5179-0995-6. Reviewed by Alexandra Provo.

The Library’s Guide to Sexual & Reproductive Health Information. Barbara A. Alvarez. Chicago, IL: ALA Editions, 2023. 136p. Reviewed by Jasmine Shumaker.

Intersections of Open Educational Resources and Information Literacy. Mary Ann Cullen and Elizabeth Dill, eds. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2002. 386p. Paper, $112.00 (ISBN 978-0-8389-3673-3). Reviewed by Laura Wilson.