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About This Journal

Mission

The Political Librarian is dedicated to expanding the discussion of, promoting research on, and helping to re-envision locally focused advocacy, policy, and funding issues for libraries.

Permissions

The Political Librarian is an open access journal. All content of The Political Librarian is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Correspondence

All correspondence specific to The Political Librarian should be directed to the editorial team, Dustin Fife, Rachel Korman, Johnna Percell, Annie Smith, and Eileen Palmer.
Email: dustin.fife@everylibrary.org

Any correspondence specific to EveryLibrary and its work should be directed to executive director, John Chrastka.
Email: john.chrastka@everylibrary.org

Thank You

The Political Librarian team is grateful for the generous contributions of the Washington University Libraries for hosting our journal and providing every-ready support.
The support of the following donors is also essential to making this issue and our work possible.

  • BiblioCommons
  • Brainfuse
  • ByWater Solutions
  • DEMCO
  • EBSCO
  • Gale, Cengage Learning
  • Innovative Interfaces
  • Library Juice Academy
  • Mango Languages
  • Midwest Tape
  • Noll & Tam, Architects
  • Rosen Publishing
  • Tech Logic
  • Anonymous