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First Call for Papers for Library Trends 63(3) Issue on Social Justice in
Library and Information Science and Services

GUEST EDITOR
Dr. Bharat Mehra would like to invite you to submit a manuscript proposal
by June 30, 2013, under the extended timetable below.

CALL
The Winter/February 2015 issue of Library Trends (63:3) will include
papers in the continuing study of themes related to social justice in
library and information science (LIS) and services. For a broad scholarly
review of social justice in library and information studies, consult
Mehra, Rioux, and Albright?s (2009) piece in the Encyclopedia of Library
and Information Sciences(3rd edition) (edited by M. J. Bates and M. N.
Maack), 2009, pp. 4820-4836. This call specifies original scholarship and
central to all proposals must be the social justice inquiry of core,
peripheral, and other principles of librarianship and information studies,
as broadly as that domain may be interpreted. Authors should strive to
meet a 20-30 page limit (5,000-10,000 words).

PROPOSALS
Submit proposals of no more than 300 words by June 30, 2013. Decisions
will be communicated to contributors by July 31, 2013.

TOPICS
The Library Trends issue will consider the following topics [though not
limited to]:

- Library Science/Services and Social Justice;

- Information Science/Services and Social Justice;

- Concepts/Theories in LIS/Services and Social Justice;

- Methods/Approaches in LIS/Services and Social Justice;

- Interdisciplinary Constructs in LIS/Services and Social Justice;

- Information and Communication Technologies and Social Justice;

- Other Related Topics.

Social justice in LIS/services involves achieving action-oriented socially
relevant outcomes via information-related work. Such efforts are planned,
conceptualized, and implemented in the LIS service professions to further
community-wide progressive changes via partnering with, and, on behalf of
people on society?s margins. This special issue presents articles that
examine theories, methods, strategies, and case studies in social justice
research, teaching, and service design while keeping their focus on social
impact and community involvement in LIS/service practice, education,
policy development, and program implementation, amongst other areas. The
frame of study is inclusive of (though not limited to) academic, public,
school, and special libraries, museums, archives, and other
information-related settings in an international context of analysis.

TIMETABLE
June 30, 2013: Deadline proposal submissions.
December 1, 2013: Deadline papers submissions.
February 1, 2014: Deadline reviews papers.
June 1, 2014: Deadline revised papers.
February 2015: Publication of the special issue

GUIDELINES
Author guidelines are established at
http://www.press.jhu.edu/journals/library_trends/AuthorInstructions.pdf
[cut and paste URL in web browser]

All submissions and inquiries should be directed to the attention of Dr.
Bharat Mehra [E-mail: O endereço de e-mail address está sendo protegido de spambots. Você precisa ativar o JavaScript enabled para vê-lo.].

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Bharat Mehra, PhD
Associate Professor
School of Information Sciences
University of Tennessee
# 454 Communications Building,
1345 Circle Park Drive
Knoxville, TN 37996-0341
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