Progressive Librarian Issue no. 23, Spring 2004

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ARTICLES

Repetitive Strain Injuries, Ergonomics Regulation, and Catalogers
by John Gehner, page 1

The Scarf-and-Mitten Adventure: A Meditation on Emergent Poetries and the Library
by David Pavelich, page 10

The School Library/Media Center and Construction of the Subject
by Bria O'Brien, page 32

The Basis of a Humanist Librarianship in the Ideal of Human Autonomy
by Mark Rosenzweig, page 40

DOCUMENTS

Librarianship as a Radical Profession
by Naomi Klein, page 46 (Spanish translation)

International Relations Committee and Intellectual Freedom Committee: REPORT ON CUBA
page 55

ADDED ENTRIES

In Praise of Learning
by Bertolt Brecht, page 60

The Answer to "Bad" Speech: a Comment on ALA Debate
by Mark Rosenzweig, page 61

Progressive Librarian Adopts Creative Commons
page 64

BOOK REVIEWS

Henry Giroux's Abandoned Generation & Critical Librarianship: A Review Article
by Ryan Gage, page 65

Dismantling the Public Sphere, by John Buschman
Reviewed by Bernd Frohmann, page 75

A Note on Frohmann
by John Buschman, page 87

Philosophical Scaffolding for the Construction of Critical Democratic Education, by Richard Brosio
Reviewed by Michael J. Carbone, page 89

Revolting Librarians Redux: Radical Librarians Speak Out, edited by Katia Roberto and Jessamyn West
Reviewed by John Buschman, page 91

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, page 93