As with its four predecessors, the 1990-2002 compilation of this annotated bibliography continues the commitment of ALA's Committee on the Status of Women in Librarianship to identify published materials on the status of women in the profession and to compile, update, and issue a bibliography of these materials on a regular basis. Materials published in the library and information science literature as well as the literature of related fields (i.e., social sciences, management, higher education, and women's studies) have been compiled. Relevant statistical compilations, such as ARL Salary Surveys, which examine gender as a variable are covered. Topics include career development for women; salary and compensation; sex discrimination; equal stratification in the field; and the history of women in the profession.
Betsy Kruger is coordinator of central public services and an associate professor of library administration at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library. Catherine Larson is associate director of the Artificial Intelligence Lab, in the Management Information Systems Department at the University of Arizona.
Part 1 List of Acronyms and Abbreviations Part 2 Preface Part 3 Acknowledgments Part 4 Introduction Chapter 5 1. Biography and Autobiography Chapter 6 2. Career Development and Satisfaction Chapter 7 3. Education Chapter 8 4. Employment Issues Chapter 9 5. Gender Issues in Librarianship Chapter 10 6. Image of Librarians Chapter 11 7. Information Technology Chapter 12 8. Leadership and Management Chapter 13 9. Library Associations Chapter 14 10. Library History Chapter 15 11. Salary and Pay Equity Chapter 16 12. Sexual Discrimination and Harassment Chapter 17 13. Women Librarians as Authors Part 18 Author Index Part 19 Geographical Index Part 20 Subject Index Part 21 About the Editors and Contributors