New Issue of the ‘Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy’ Now Available

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The new issue of the Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy, Vol. 1, No. 2-3, is now live and available to subscribers online. Subscribers can view it on the JIFP homepage or on its contents page.

Featured content includes:Cover of Vol. 1, No. 2-3 of the Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy

  • “Professional Principles and Ethics in LIS Graduate Curricula,” by Martin Garnar, Dean, Kraemer Family Library, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
  • “Burning to Read: Letters from My Students in support of Banned Books Week and the Freedom to Read Foundation,” by Olivia Griffiths, Ursuline Academy, Dedham, Massachusetts
  • “People Behaving Badly, or Can We Get an Adult in the Room?” by James LaRue, Director, Office for Intellectual Freedom, American Library Association
  • “ALA Committee on Professional Ethics,” by Scott P. Muir, Associate Provost, Library Information Services, Rowan University and Sara Dallas, Director, Southern Adirondack Library System
  • “Let the Information Flow,” (Editorial) by Franklin D. Roberts, Assistant Dean of Library Services, Georgia Gwinnett College

The issue also includes reviews of Ethics and Values in Librarianship: A History by Wallace Koehler; Free Speech: Ten Principles for a Connected World by Timothy Garton Ash; Data and Goliath by Bruce Schneier; and Surveillance in America: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, and the Law, edited by Pam Dixon. It also includes the latest news on censorship challenges, court decisions, legal controversies, and success stories.

The Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy is available by subscription for $50 per year.   Individual and institutional subscriptions are available online via the ALA subscription order form.

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