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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, and Annie Smith.
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