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Gendering library history

Author: Evelyn Kerslake; Nickianne Moody
Publisher: [Liverpool, Eng.] : Media Critical and Creative Arts, Liverpool John Moores Univ., Association for Research in Popular Fictions, ©2000.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Evelyn Kerslake; Nickianne Moody
OCLC Number: 47747674
Description: 242 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Helpless girls and female depravity: Women in and out of the public libraries of the past / Paul Sturges --
Adelaide Hasse: The historiography of the difficult woman / Clare Beck --
Isn't it queer? Cataloguing the closet / Jeff Schneider & Ann O'Bryan Cockerham --
The Worthing connection: Marian Frost, pioneer woman librarian, and the two Committees of Women Librarians 1913-15 / Chris Baggs --
Telling lives: Women librarians in Europe and America at the turn of the century / Mary Niles Maack --
Managerialism and women's roles: Femaleness in public service organisations from 1945 to the present / Margaret Kinnell Evans --
Women: The invisible library users / Lindy Moore --
Fashionable design and good service: The spinster librarians at Boots Booklovers Library / Nickianne Moody --
Jilly Cooper versus the government: Romantic discourses of femininity and women's library employment / Janine Liladhar and Evelyn Kerslake --
The role of the librarian in the reconfiguration of gender and class in relation to professional authorship / Val Williamson --
Rare books and rare women: Gender and private libraries 1660-1830 / Susie West --
The life and times of LiL: Lesbians in the library / Avril Rolph --
Man and boy: Modifying masculinities in public librarianship, 1850-1950; with a case study of the Inter-War Librarianship Masonic Circle / Alistair Black --
Interwar masculinities, libraries for sailors and powers of literature / Wren Sidhe --
Librarians as guardians of memory: the case of France / Judith Bowen.
Responsibility: edited by Evelyn Kerslake and Nickianne Moody.

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