Silencing, librarianship, and gender: a preface
Silencing, librarianship, and gender: what is silencing?
Gender and Digital Identity
Does the library world squash public dissent?
Library Schism: How Do Librarians Define Their Profession?The Librarian Shortage Myth & Blaming Library School…
Taking a Longer View
Why librarianship is difficult and contentious
Schism in the Stacks: Is the University Library As We Know It Destined for Extinction?
The Future of Libraries: Harvard Students Are Thinking Outside the Box
Why piles of bad applications may not portend disaster
Admitting Our Agendas
A queer, feminist agenda for libraries: Significance, relevance and power
Agendas: Everyone has one
I dreamed of a book …
Why I'm not waiting for tenure to change the world...
Value of Libraries Megapost
Librarians, Gender, and Tech: Moving the Conversation Forward
Or is that the inherent insularity of academic culture in general?
Joshua Kim has some great observations (in context of a review of This Book is Overdue) (Amazon) about the great chasm of misunderstanding between the culture of the academic library and the broader academic culture.