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Thomas Weissinger

  • Weissinger. Thomas. “Black Power Movement Book Publishing: Trends & Issues.” Collection Management 31 (no. 4. 2007): 24 pp.
  • _____. “Information as a Value Concept: Reconciling Theory and Practice.”Library Philosophy and Practice 8 (Fall 2005): 12 pp. Available at: http://libr.unl.edu:2000/LPP/lppv8n1.htm
  • _____.”A Bibliography of John Henrik Clarke.” In Jackson, Gerald G. We’re Not Going to Take it Anymore: Educational and Psychological Practices from an Africentric Paradigm of Helping (Silver Spring. MD: Beckham Publications Group. 2005): 167-176.
  • _____. “The New Literacy Thesis: Implications for Librarianship.” portal: Libraries and the Academy 4 (April 2004): 245-257.
  • _____. “Competing Models of Librarianship: Do Core Values Make a Difference?” Journal of Academic Librarianship 29 (January/February 2003): 32-39.
  • _____. “Black Studies Scholarly Communication: A Citation Analysis of Periodical Literature.” Collection Management 27 (nos. 3/4. 2002): 45-56.
  • _____. “Defining Black Studies on the World Wide Web.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 25 (July 1999): 288-293.
  • _____. “African-American Reference Books and the Reviewing Media.” In Deborah A. Curry. Susan Griswold Blandy and Lynne M. Martin. editors. Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Academic Libraries: Multicultural Issues (New York: Haworth Press. 1994): 137-151.
  • _____. “Black Biographical Dictionaries 1790-1950.” Microform Review 21 (1992): 178-179.
  • _____. “Reference Books Relating to Afro-American Literature: A Selected Bibliography.” Black American Literature Forum 23 (Spring 1989): 187-192.
  • Wilson. Joseph and Thomas Weissinger. Black Labor in America. 1865-1983: A Selected Annotated Bibliography (Westport. CT: Greenwood Press. 1986).
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