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書名 Asian American librarians and library services : activism, collaborations, and strategies / edited by Janet Hyunju Clarke, Raymond Pun, Monnee Tong ; foreword by Clara M. Chu
出版項 Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018]
©2018
國際標準書號 9781442274914 (hardback)
1442274913 (hardback)
9781442274921 (paperback)
1442274921 (paperback)
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 歐美所圖書館3F西文書區  020.8995 As421 2018    在架上  -  30500101546011
說明 xviii, 396 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
Part I. Collections, exhibits and resources ;1. An overview of Asian American literary history / Janet Hyunju Clarke --2. Diversity in children's books: interview with Dr. Sarah Park Dahlen --3. We need diverse librarians and libraries: the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association's past, present, and future / Michelle J. Lee --4. From birth to maturity: the Chinese American Librarians Association / Sai Deng --5. Asian American Law Librarians Caucus: a jewel in the crown / Alex Xiaomeng Zhang --6. Finding the Asian American in American dance / Arlene Yu --7. South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA): interview with Samip Mallick --8. Digitizing Asian American collections: interview with Giao Luong Baker --9. Inknography: a digital oral history collection of tattooed Asian Americans challenging the model minority stereotype / Jessea Kanoelani-Ramos Young --10. On executive order 9066: the Japanese American voices from the inside exhibition at Fresno State: interview with Tammy Lau and Julie Renee Moore --11. Unsettled/resettled: Seattle's Hunt Hotel travel exhibit: interview with Azusa Tanaka --12. Engagement and outreach: the South Asian Oral History Project at the University of Washington Libraries / Deepa Banerjee --13. Building the Vietnamese language collection at CSU Fullerton: interview with Moon Kim
Part II. Services, outreach and programming ; 14. Information as praxis : collaborative strategies between campus and community / Todd Honma --15. Asian American studies and the Association of Chinese Teachers meet the public library: a multi-community approach to planning APIA programs / Jerry Dear --16. Talk story: sharing stories, sharing culture to create a family literacy program / Lessa Kanani'opua Pelayo-Lozada --17. Dai Dai Xiang Chuan: bridging generations, a bag at a time, a program that celebrates APA heritage / Dora Ho --18. Serving our communities: interview with Lynn Nguyen --19. How differing perceptions of librarianship in Asia and other factors impact Asian students' expectations of law librarians in America / Avery Le --20. Supporting Southeast Asian student success program at California State University, Fresno: a librarian's involvement and collaboration / Hiromi Kubo -- 21. Expectations, skepticism and language barrier: a brief journey / Anna Yang --22. Supporting Asian American studies: interview with Sine Hwang Jensen --23. Expatriate Japanese families as library users : a case study in a college-town community in the United States / Ryuta Komaki, Fukuji Imai and Yukinori Okabe --24. An Asian American librarian's experience on the institutional repository / Tiewei Liu --25. Rethinking academic library support for students from South Korea: experiences from a public college / Kathryn Johns-Masten and Tina Chan --26. International outreach librarianship: interview with John Hickok
Part III. Leadership experiences and perspectives ; 27. Against the odds : reflections on Asian American identity and multicultural, shared leadership in academic libraries / Adriene Lim --28. Recruiting a diverse LIS workforce: interview with Cynthia del Rosario / Janet Hyunju Clarke --29. Minnesota Institute for Early Career Librarians: cultivating APA library leaders through reflection and peer mentorship / Simon Lee, Cynthia Mari Orozco and Michael Qiu --30. Library administrative and leadership preparation: an Asian American perspective / Binh P. Le --31. Going beyond the bamboo ceiling : issues and challenges for Asian Pacific American patrons and librarians / Lisa Chow and Sandra Sajonas --32. On being a Hmong American librarian: interview with Vang Vang --33. A career in leadership: interview with Haipeng Li --34. Doing the work you want your library work to do: reflections of an academic librarian / Gerardo "Gary" Colmenar --35. The imperative to nurture diversity: interview with Miriam Tuliao --36. Creating an infrastructure for diversity throughout the organization: interview with Sandy Wee --37. It's all in the family: interview with Regina Gong and Dao Rong Gong --38. Chinese American librarian leadership: interview with Dr. Lian Ruan --39. Minority among minorities: a Japanese librarian at a Historically Black College or University / Chieko Sato Hutchison and Elizabeth Jean Brumfield --40. Impactful leadership: interview with Xuemao Wang --41. Leadership perspectives from Mexico: interview with Dr. Jesus Lau --42. Mentoring APA library leaders : interview with Patricia "Patty" Wong -- 43. The life and legacy of Dr. Lois Mai Chan in the LIS Field: interview with Raymond Pun and Monnee Tong / Janet Hyunju Clarke
"What are the library services and resources that Asian Pacific Americans need? What does it mean to be an Asian Pacific American librarian in the 21st century? In [this book], library professionals and scholars share reflections, best practices, and strategies, and convey the critical need for diversity in the LIS field, library programming, and resources to better reflect the rich and varied experiences and information needs of Asian Americans in the US and beyond. The contributors show that they care deeply about diversity, that they acknowledge that it is painfully lacking in so many aspects of libraries and librarianship, and that libraries and the LIS profession must systematically integrate diversity and inclusion into their strategic priorities and practices, indeed, in their very mission, such that the rich diversity of experiences and histories of Asian Americans in library and archival collections, services, and programming are not only validated and recognized, but also valued and celebrated as vital components of the shared American experience. The volume recognizes and honors the creative and intentional work librarians do for their constituent Asian American communities in promoting resources, services, and outreach."-- Back cover
鏈接 Online version: Asian American librarians and library services Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018] 9781442274938 (DLC) 2017059354
主題 Asian American librarians
Pacific Islander American librarians
Asian Americans and libraries
Alt Author Clarke, Janet Hyunju, 1963- editor
Pun, Raymond, 1985- editor
Tong, Monnee, 1983- editor
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