Our March issue presents a range of papers on many aspects of subject headings and controlled vocabularies, from ethical challenges to standardisation efforts.
The issue is available here:
Of ouija boards and teaching Library of Congress Subject Headings, by Karen Snow
Controlled vocabulary and authorities: problems everywhere, by Preston Salisbury and Joy DuBose
FAST and the British Library: where we are now, by Janet Ashton and Caroline Kent
Collaborative working across the Atlantic – participating in the Subject Headings Working Group of the Cataloguing Code of Ethics, by Jennie-Claire Crate
Making change that matters in the library catalog, by Laura E. Daniels, Jacqueline K. Magagnosc, and Margaret F. Nichols
Sizeist subjects: an investigation into sizeism in Library of Congress Subject Headings, by R. M. Waldorf and Jonathan Furner
The ethics of describing images: representing racial identities in photographic collections, by Paula Jeannet
The Homosaurus, by Brian M. Watson, Chloe Noland, Amber Billey et al.
Creation of Nepali subject headings with international standard : a project, by Bina Vaidya and Gita Thapa
And book reviews from Karen Pierce and Anne Welsh