Muela-Meza, Zapopan Martín (2014) Librarianship Critique - scientific journal published the Vol 7 No 2 (Jul-Dec 2014) : Revista Crítica Bibliotecológica publicó el Vol 7 No 2 (jul-dic 2014).
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Librarianship Critique journal published the Vol 7 No 2 (corresnponding to Jul-Dec 2014). Librarianship Critique: The Journal of the Sciences of Information Recorded in Documents is the international, peer reviewed and bilingual English-Spanish journal founded and directed by Dr. Zapopan Muela (PhD in Information Studies, University of Sheffield, UK, Full Tenured Professor at Nuevo Leon Autonomous University (UANL), (FOD); Head of the FOD-UANL Library; Editor for E-LIS Mexico since 2005; Editor for DOAJ in Spanish since 2015; and editor-in-chief of the journal) on May 31st, 2008 and ever since has published without stopping two issues per year, reaching so far 6 years and a half. The journal has served and will ever serve as a critical and radical plattform with a declared anti-capitalist, leftist, and socialist political ideologies against the new slavery of the increasingly greedy and rapacious capitalist and burgueois dominant classes, particularly on the part of informational and informational capitalism through their diverse fallacious cloths of neo-liberalism, neo-conservatism, of the social capital, cultural capital, human capital, and any other type of capitals. For a full description of the journal aims, scope, and description see: <https://sites.google.com/site/criticabibliotecologica/l.c.about
>. Librarianship Critique maintains firmly its critical editorial policy against censorship and intellectual impostures within the sciences of information recorded in documents, at the same time maintains its editorial quality through a rigorous double-blinded peer-review process through an editorial board comprising 29 experts of the theory and practice of various sciences of information recorded in documents from different parts of the world: Argentina (2); Botswana (1); Brazil (2); Colombia (2); Germany (1); India (2); Italy (2); Mexico (3); Nicaragua (1); Peru (2); Spain (4); UK (2); Uruguay (2); USA (2); Venezuela (1). See the full profile of our peer-reviewers above or here: <https://sites.google.com/site/criticabibliotecologica/lis.critique.editorial.board
> . New in this Vol 7 No 2 issue. Only 2 articles were published in this number, both from Mexico and 4 essays (1 from Mexico; 2 from Spain; and 1 from Uruguay). A reminder to our readers and authors, our journal is published twice a year, and that we receive contributions for articles, essays, and book reviews during the year long at any time. See here the instructions for authors: https://sites.google.com/site/criticabibliotecologica/l.c.instructions.authors
. Send me your contributions to: email@example.com, o firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep in mind the deadline for the next issue: June 30, 2015 deadline for Volume 8, Issue 1 (Jan-Jun 2015), where we’ll be celebrating 7 years of non-stopping anti-capitalist critiques, challenges, resistances, and struggles against the informational and cognitive slavery that dominant capitalist-bourgeois, neo-liberal and neo-conservative classes have tried to subdue all humans since more than 5 centuries, but that thanks to efforts such as ours, and those of comrades of arms anti-capitalists, leftists, and socialists like us the neo-slavery oppressors have not accomplished it, at least not in totalitarian and fascist way as the German, Spanish, Italian, and Japanese fascists of the 20th Century did.