The new issue of the Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy (JIFP), Vol. 4, No. 4, is now live and available to subscribers online. Read JIFP on ALA’s Open Journal System. Issues older than one year are accessible to all. For more recent issues, have your ALA login and password handy.
- “Participatory Approaches for Designing and Sustaining Privacy-Oriented Library Services” by Scott W. H. Young, Paige Walker, Shea Swauger, Michelle J. Gibeault, Sara Mannheimer, and Jason A. Clark
- “The New Censorship: Anti-sexuality Groups and Library Freedom” by Brian M. Watson
- See this issue’s table of contents for our regular columns with the latest news on censorship challenges, court decisions, legal controversies, and success stories.
The Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy is $50 per year for individuals and $100 per year for institutions.
Subscriptions are reduced 50% for personal or institutional members of the ALA Intellectual Freedom Round Table or the Freedom to Read Foundation. Current members can contact the Office for Intellectual Freedom at 800-545-2433, x4226 or firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the reduced price subscription form.
The Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy welcomes submissions related to intellectual freedom and privacy, both in libraries and throughout the world. Submissions can include:
- research articles (peer reviewed)
- non-peer-reviewed articles and essays discussing or describing policies, practices, projects, law, and scholarship related to intellectual freedom and privacy
- personal accounts of censorship and intellectual freedom challenges
- opinion pieces and essays on current and topical issues
- book and publication reviews
Submission information and author guidelines are available on the journal’s website.
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Submissions, editorial mail, and inquiries can be sent to Deborah Caldwell-Stone, managing editor, at email@example.com. Inquiries via mail can be sent to:
Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy
ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom
225 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 6060
All this information and more can be found at www.ala.org/aboutala/offices/oif/JIFP.