Associate Professor, Information Literacy Coordinator I. D. Weeks Library, University of South Dakota
LHRT's Research Forum is a juried opportunity for scholars to present new research on topics within library history. This year's theme is library history and social justice. This year’s Research Forum is being co-sponsored by EMIERT and SRRT. We are pleased to present three fascinating papers: Kelly Hangauer (University of Iowa), “A Renewed Sense of
Purpose: The Role of Social Activism in the Rise of the Grassroots Bibliographic Instruction Movement”; Loriene Roy and Pedro Alvarado (University of Texas-Austin), “Erasing Guidance on Indigenous Matters within ALA”; and Joseph Winberry (University of Tennessee-Knoxville) and Bharat Mehra (University of Alabama), “Fifty Years in the Fight: A Thematic Analysis of Social Responsibilities Round Table.