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Urban Library Journal (ULJ) is an open access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal that addresses urban libraries and librarianship in relation to city environments.
Scope: Urban librarianship as it relates to topics in urban studies, higher education (with emphasis on public higher education), public and academic library collaboration, community outreach and programming, social justice, critical race studies, gender and work, sexuality and identity within librarianship, technology and privacy issues, or other topics.
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