intro to critlib (part 2)

From The diseases of the cat / by J. Woodroffe Hill (1901)
From The diseases of the cat / by J. Woodroffe Hill (1901)

55th chat, Monday April 4 2016: intro to #critlib (part 2)

Moderated by @courtums
Storify by @AlicePrael

A repeat of the March 22 chat. For those new to twitter chats, we’ve got a quick outline of the mechanics–just search for “#critlib” in Twitter to follow along!

Discussion questions:

  • Q1. What does #critlib look like in practice? How do you define it for yourself?
  • Q2. What does change look like in #critlib? Have you seen progress using a #critlib approach in your work?
  • Q3. Where do newcomers belong in #critlib? How can we make #critlib more inclusive, especially to people who are new to crit. theory?
  • Q4. What was your intro to #critlib and what tips do you have for newcomers?
  • Q5. What’s a good reading or primer for an intro to crit theory? #critlib