Table of Contents

Preface, Jonathan Cope

Introduction, Andrea Baer, Ellysa Cahoy, and Bob Schroeder

Libraries as Dialogic Spaces: Limits & Possibilities

Chapter 1: Creating Meaningful Engagement in Academic Libraries Using Principles of Intergroup Dialogue, Ione Damasco

Chapter 2: Reflective Dialogue across Difference in Libraries, Lindsay Marlow and Kelly McElroy

Chapter 3: Confronting the Limits of Dialogue: Charlottesville 2017, Abby Flanigan, Dave Ghamandi, Phylissa Mitchell, Erin Pappas, and Arts and Humanities Librarian

Chapter 4: What It Means to Be Out: Queer, Trans, and Gender Non-Conforming Identities in Library Work, Zoe Fisher, Stephen Krueger, Robin Goodfellow Malamud, and Ericka Patillo

Dialogue amidst Polarization & Extreme Skepticism: Challenges and Opportunities

Chapter 5: “You Shall Listen to All Sides and Filter them from Yourself”: Information Literacy and ‘Post-Truth’ Skepticism, Christopher Sweet, Jeremy Shermak, and Troy Swanson

Chapter 6: Sociology of Information Disorder: An Annotated Syllabus for Informed Citizens, Hailey Mooney

Chapter 7: Climate Change Conversations in Libraries (A Sabbatical Training Adventure), Madeleine Charney

Chapter 8: Not Tolerating Intolerance: Unpacking Critical Pedagogy in Classrooms and Conferences, Spencer Brayton and Natasha Casey

Chapter 9: “TRUTH always wins”: Dispatches from the Information War, Sarah Hartman-Caverly

Special Collections and Archives: Past and Present in Conversation

Chapter 10: Between Accession and Secession: Political Mayhem and Archival Transparency in Charleston, SC, Aaisha Haykal, Barrye Brown, and Mary Jo Fairchild

Chapter 11: Red Shirts and Citizens Councils: Special Collections and Information Literacy in the College Classroom, Nathan Saunders

The Information Literacy Classroom: Uneasy Questions, Creative Responses

Chapter 12: “The Earth Is Flat” and Other Thresholds: A Critically Reflective Cross-Disciplinary Conversation in the Post-Truth Era, Sara Miller, Gabe Ording, Claudia Vergara, and Eric Tans

Chapter 13: The John Oliver Effect: Using Political Satire to Encourage Critical Thinking Skills in Information Literacy Instruction, Sebastian Krutkowski

Chapter 14: Indignation in Political Discourse: Implications for Information Literacy, Mark Lenker

Chapter 15: No Such Thing as Neutral: Rethinking Undergraduate Instruction and Outreach in a Time of “Post-Truth,” Holly Luetkenhaus, Cristina Colquhoun, and Matt Upson

Chapter 16: Open Educational Practices and Reflective Dialogue: The Role of the Framework for Information Literacy, Craig Gibson and Trudi Jacobson