No. 4: Winter, 1997

 
The Katharine Sharp Review Editorial Board - Issue No. 4 Winter 1997

  1. Kevin Ward, University of Illinois - Founding Editor

  2. Denice Adkins, University of Arizona
  3. Sarah Angevine, Dalhousie University
  4. Sara Bushong, Bowling Green State University
  5. Natalie Cadenhead, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  6. Brittney Chenault, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  7. Natalie Cole, University of Sheffield
  8. Frank Exner, North Carolina Central University
  9. Bruce Fraser, Florida State University
  10. Robin Gibson, University of Wisconsin at Madison
  11. Rick Goheen, University of Kentucky
  12. Nicholas Graham, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  13. Gerald Harder, University of British Columbia
  14. Sonia Isotov, University of Hawaii, Manoa
  15. Penelope Klein, University of Wisconsin at Madison
  16. Michelle LaVoie, SUNY Buffalo
  17. Rebecca Libourel, Rutgers University
  18. Robin Lott, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  19. Jens-Erik Mai, University of Texas at Austin
  20. Lee McCarley, University of Alabama
  21. Molly Moss, Simmons College
  22. Jeanne Peebles, Kent State University
  23. Barney Sands, Wayne State University
  24. Robert Sandusky, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  25. Barbara Sims, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
  26. Christine Smith, Manchester Metropolitan University
  27. Judith Smith, Robert Gordon University
  28. Carol Tilley, Indiana University at Bloomington
  29. Kris Veldheer, University of Wisconsin at Madison
  30. Ken Winter, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  31. Ericka Yaeger, Kent State University

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  • Winter, Kenneth A. (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1997)
    This article presents legal, ethical and professional arguments for the protection of patron privacy, discussing different ways in which librarians have dealt with specific privacy violations. The article concludes that ...

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  • Graham, Nicholas M. (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1997)
    The study of archives in the United States is still very new. State archival programs did not appear until the early 1900s and the National Archives was not founded until 1934. Much of the first few decades of archival ...

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  • Henson, Bruce (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1997)
    Since their creation in the early 1890s, motion pictures have emerged as one of the great art forms of the Twentieth Century. Today, a public awareness exists in America of the necessity of preserving the history of film. ...

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  • Kahl, Chad M. (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1997)
    Electronic redlining is an alleged--some say purposively racist--practice by telecommunication firms which limits access to minority neighborhoods. It purportedly occurs when telecommunication firms bypass poor neighborhoods ...

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  • Rosenheck, Donna (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1997)
    The Online Computer Library Center, Inc. (OCLC) has had a major impact upon libraries. This article provides an overview of the history of that organization. The goals of OCLC--a nonprofit computer service and research ...

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