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MOSAIC Research Guides

Art, Architecture, and Design Librarian

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Sarah Carter
Wells Library
East Tower
Office 956


Welcome to the MOSAIC Research Guides Master Guide!

What does MOSAIC stand forMultimedia Online Sources for Access and Inclusion Curriculum

This is part of an ongoing process to develop a suite of projects at the intersection of issues of art, architecture, and design with inclusion, diversity, equity, access (IDEA), and social justice. These materials are meant to function as pathways for research and inquiry for community members, students, researchers, and faculty. Use the tabs on the left side to navigate to relevant and interesting research guides.

Thank you to the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture, and Design for their help and support in this endeavor. 

IDEA in Art

IDEA in Libraries

  • Adler, Melissa, Jeffrey T. Huber, and A. Tyler Nix. 2017. “Stigmatizing Disability: Library Classifications and the Marking and Marginalization of Books about People with Disabilities.” The Library Quarterly 87, no. 2 (April): 117-135.
  • Broadley, Sawyer and Jill Baron. 2019. Change the Subject.
  • Caswell, Michelle. 2017. “Teaching to Dismantle White Supremacy in Archives.” The Library Quarterly 87, no. 3 (July): 222-235. 
  • Drabinski, Emily. 2013. "Queering the Catalog: Queer Theory and the Politics of Correction." The Library Quarterly 83, no. 2 (April): 94-111.
  • Howard, Sara A. and Steven A. Knowlton. 2018. “Browsing through Bias: The Library of Congress Classification and Subject Headings for African American Studies and LGBTQIA Studies.” Library Trends 67, no. 1: 74–88. 
  • Ros, Amanda. 2019. “The bias hiding in your library.” The Conversation, March 20, 2019.