radicaLISm: the zine of radical library and information science
- Notes from Jonathan Zittrain lecture at Duke Provost's Lecture Series
- Critical Librarianship Symposium - Super Short Notice
- Why the definition of “Metadata” matters to the NSA phone record collection
- The iSchool at Illinois is recruiting
- Early Modern Data Curation Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University (Six Degrees of Francis Bacon)
You are cordially invited to download, print, and leave in conspicuous places the first edition of radicaLISm: the zine of radical library and information science thought.
Once printed front and back, collated, and folded in half, the pdf actually makes some sense, I promise.
Thanks to all our incredible contributors:
- Cover art by Angela DiVeglia
- You Are What You See: Rethinking the Food Pyramid by Ellie Morris
- Using Information Visualization to Expose Racial Redlining Practices by Alex Chassanoff
- The Creative Commons License is for Rich People by Mike Nutt
- Build Your Own DIY Humidification Chamber by Meg Tuomala and illustrations by David Parisi
- Introduction to work of the Counter Cartography Collective.