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ALISE Book Series: First Two Books Now Available

ALISE Book Series: First Two Books Now Available


E.J. Josey: Transformational Leader of the Modern Library Profession, by Renate L. Chancellor, provides a comprehensive examination of the life and professional career of E.J. Josey within the broader historical and political landscape of the civil rights movement. This book is available as an eBook and hardback.

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Call for ALISE Book Series Proposals

The ALISE Book Series, published by Rowman & Littlefield, addresses issues critical to Library and Information Science education and research through the publication of epistemologically grounded scholarly texts which are inclusive of regional and national contexts around the world. The series editors Jaya Raju and Dietmar Wolfram invite you to submit your proposals today. Visit the ALISE Book Series webpage for topic recommendations as well as guidelines. 

Congratulations to our New Editor of the ALISE Rowman & Littlefield Book Series

Following an open search process, we are very pleased to announce that Dietmar Wolfram, ALISE past-president, has been selected as the ALISE Book Series editor. ALISE has signed an agreement with the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing group to co-publish the series, which is intended to be a professionally relevant, scholarly series of publications on the historic, contemporary, and future roles, values, and practices of LIS education and research. It focuses on pedagogical experimentation and innovations, research discovery and frontiers, theoretical advancement, and other related topics of interest to the ALISE community. Please email your book ideas to Dietmar. Sincere thanks to Book Editor Selection Committee Cecilia Salvatore, Denice Adkins, and Rong Tang for their search and selection.