Critical Librarianship in a Global Context
Keywords:cataloging and classification, critical librarianship, United States, Philippines
Critical librarianship involves the study of structures that undergird the selection, acquisition, description, circulation, and preservation of information. These library structures are embedded in other systems, including capitalism, colonialism, and other circuits of power. Critical librarianship that acknowledges global contexts must include a critique of the dynamics of American empire.
*This paper was originally delivered during the SLIS Webinar Wednesday held 18 November 2020 in line with the celebration of the 59th Anniversary of the UPSLIS and the 30th Library and Information Services (LIS) Month.
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