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CityLIS Student Perspectives: When Librarians and Archivists Get Radical by James Hobbs
*** This post is by our CityLIS student James Hobbs. Here, James reports on some of the issues arising at the recent Radical Voices conference, which took place at Senate House, on March 3rd, 2017. This post first appeared on … Continue reading
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CityLIS AfterHours: We hunt in packs: an introduction to radical librarianship
On Monday 20th March 2017, CityLIS will welcome back our smashing colleagues Binni Brynolf and Simon Barron, who will lead an informal discussion about radical librarianship and the politics of librarianship, what the Radical Librarians Collective is and does, and … Continue reading
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