CFP: Gender issues in Library and Information Science: Focusing on Visual Aspects

Dr. Lesley S. J. Farmer

Gender issues are capturing people’s attentions these days. One aspect of such attention is visual. How does the visual aspect of gender impact LIS? Possible gendered subtopics include, among others:

Cataloging visual resources
Visual literacy
Picture books
Media literacy visual aspects
Visual fake news and LIS: information professionals’ roles
Image editing: process, discernment, implications
Historical aspects (e.g., visually “reading” and interpreting historical documents with a gender frame)
Primary sources
LIS instruction
Visual implications for persons with visual impairments

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The deadline is September 1.

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