Shelley P. Haley, the Edward North Chair of Classics and professor of classics and Africana studies, published a chapter in the newly released volume, Pushing the Margins: Women of Color and Intersectionality in LIS (library and information science).
“‘When I Enter’: Disrupting the White, Heteronormative Narrative of Librarianship” was co-authored by Haley and her daughter Caitlin Pollock, the humanities librarian at the Center for Digital Scholarship at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis.
Pushing the Margins is the third book in the Litwin Books/Library Juice Press Series on Critical Race Studies and Multiculturalism in LIS. The series is edited by Rose L. Chou of American University Library and Annie Pho of UCLA Libraries.
According to the publisher, the series “aims to collect and publish works from theoretical, practical and personal perspectives that critically engage issues of race, ethnicity, cultural diversity and equity in library and information science.”