Library Trends 70 (1) Summer 2021: Fashion in the Library/Fashion Librarianship [Restricted Access]


Library Trends 70 (1) Summer 2021: Fashion in the Library/Fashion Librarianship. Edited by Courtney Becks and Cristina Favretto.

In this issue of Library Trends, Olivia Warschaw writes cogently about productive ways librarians can collaborate with fashion students to build or refine their research skills and methods that will help students become the best fashion professionals they can be. Marcie Farwell writes about discoverability and democracy in collections at the Kheel Center for Labor Management Documentation and Archives at Cornell University. Linda Przybyszewski looks at the possibilities commercial sewing pattern publications offer scholars, and Suzanna Hall writes about what fashion zines could mean for academic libraries.

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