Bibliography of Women and Gender Studies Librarianship

Bibliography by Subject

Discovery & Subject Access
(keywords, controlled vocabulary, tagging, subject headings, name authorities, physical classification)

Billey, Amber, Emily Drabinski, and K.R. Roberto. "What's Gender Got to Do with It? A Critique of RDA 9.7." Cataloging &
     Classification Quarterly
52.4 (2014): 412-421.
Drabinski, Emily. "Queering the Catalog: Queer Theory and the Politics of Correction." Library Quarterly 83.2
     (Apr 2013): 94-111.
Fox, Melodie J. "Prototype Theory: An Alternative Concept Theory for Categorizing Sex and Gender?" Knowledge Organization
      38.4 (Oct 2011): 328-334.
Hogan, Kristen. "Breaking Secrets in the Catalog: Proposing the Black Queer Studies Collection at the University
      of Texas at Austin." Progressive Librarian 34/35 (Fall/Winter 2010): 50-57.
Johnson, Matt. "Transgender Subject Access: History and Current Practice." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly
      48.8 (2010): 661-683.
Keilty, Patrick. "Sexual Boundaries and Subcultural Discipline." Knowledge Organization 39.6 (2012): 417-431.
Keilty, Patrick, and Rebecca Dean, eds. Feminist and Queer Information Studies Reader. Sacramento, CA: Litwin Books, 2013.
Pellack, Lorraine J., and Lori Osmus Kappmeyer. "The Ripple Effect of Women's Name Changes in Indexing,
     Citation, and Authority Control." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology
      62.3 (Mar 2011): 440-448.
Pinho, Fabio Assis, and Jose Augusto Chaves Guimaraes. "Male Homosexuality in Brazilian Indexing Languages:
      Some Ethical Questions." Knowledge Organization 39.5 (2012): 363-369.
Roberto, K.R. "Inflexible Bodies: Metadata for Transgender Identities." Journal of Information Ethics 20.2 (Fall 2011): 56-64.
Sadler, Bess, and Chris Bourg. "Feminism and the Future of Library Discovery." Code4Lib Journal 28 (2015). Web.
Samuelsson, Jenny. "Knowledge Organization for Feminism and Feminist Research: A Discourse Oriented Study of
      Systematic Outlines, Logical Structures, Semantics, and the Process of Indexing." Knowledge Organization 37.1 (2010): 3-28.
Wood, Susan. The Subject Representation of Core Works in Women's Studies: A Critical Analysis of the
       Library of Congress Subject Headings.
M.S. Thesis, University of Tennessee, School of Information Sciences.


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