Foundations of Intellectual Freedom

ALA/Neal-Schumann (2023)

Featuring questions for further study and inquiry in each major chapter, this book introduces the key concept of intellectual freedom to those about to enter the profession, providing a concise overview of principles, ongoing and current debates, and best practices.

Book Banning in 21st Century America

Rowman & Littlefield (2015)

Based on thirteen contemporary book challenge cases in schools and public libraries across the United States, Knox argues that understanding contemporary reading practices, especially interpretive strategies, is vital to understanding why people attempt to censor books in schools and public libraries.

Foundations of Information Ethics

Co-edited with John T.F. Burgess

ALA/Neal-Schumann (2019)

As discussions about the roles played by information in economic, political, and social arenas continue to evolve, the need for an intellectual primer on information ethics that also functions as a solid working casebook for LIS students and professionals has never been more urgent. 

Trigger Warnings: History, Theory, Context

Rowman & Littlefield (2017)

As the debate over the value and place of triggering material continues, Trigger Warnings: History, Theory, Context provides the historical context and theoretical analysis of the use of trigger and content warnings in academia. This important edited collection examines the history, theories, and ethics of trigger warnings and presents case studies from instructors and students describing instances when trigger warnings were and were not used.

Document Delivery and Interlibrary Loan on a Shoestring

Neal-Schumann (2013)

A short introduction on how to provide interlibrary loan and document delivery services with very limited resources.