Subject Headings

Blackburn, Heidi and Jason Heppler. 2023. “Hidden Voices: A Case Study Analysis of Subject Headings for Book Titles on Women in Science.” Science & Technology Libraries 42 (1): 31–49. doi:

Breidenbaugh, Margaret. 2023. “Queering the Library: Naming the Subject is an Act of Power.” American Studies 62 (1): 99–104,173.

Cooey, Nancy and Amy Phillips. 2023. “Library of Congress Subject Headings: A Post-Coordinated Future.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 61 (5/6): 491–505. doi:

Danskin, Alan. 2023. “Challenging Legacies at the British Library.” Art Libraries Journal 48 (2) (04): 38–42. doi:

Fischer, Rachel K. 2023. “Using the Homosaurus in a Public Library Consortium: A Case Study.” Library Resources & Technical Services 67 (1): 4–15. doi:

Furner, Jonathan and Birger Hjørland. 2023. “The Coverage of Information Science and Knowledge Organization in the Library of Congress Subject Headings.” Journal of Documentation 79 (5): 1265–1284. doi:

Hilles, Stefanie. 2023. “The Canon No Longer Applies: How the Fine Arts (N) Range of the Library of Congress Classification System Perpetuates Bias by Privileging Fine Art Over Craft.” Art Libraries Journal 48 (4): 100–104. doi:

Pettitt, Karl and Erin Elzi. 2023. “Unsettling the Library Catalog: A Case Study in Reducing the Presence of “Indians of North America” and Similar Subject Headings.” Library Resources & Technical Services 67 (2): 44–52. doi:

Sapon-White, Richard, Pamela Louderback, and Sara Levinson. 2023. Creating Subject Headings for Indigenous Topics: a Culturally Respectful Guide.

Watson, B. M. and Schaefer, B. 2023. Handicapped Has Been Cancelled: The Terminology and Logics of Disability in Cultural Heritage Institutions. First Monday, 28 (1).