Oppressive structures and the oppression of lack of structure

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Oppressive structures and the oppression of lack of structureabout me, slow librarianship, Work

by Meredith Farkas on 7/26/2022 with Comments Off on Oppressive structures and the oppression of lack of structure

I have a notebook from my trip to Paris in 2003 for my friend’s wedding. It’s unbelievably detailed. Basically, I cut out things from four different Paris travel guides, wrote notes, and made my own extremely detailed guide book for what I wanted to do each day in Paris. I look at it now and …

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Universal design for work?librarianship, libraries, management, slow librarianship, Work, Work-life balance

by Meredith Farkas on 5/12/2022 with 3 comments

I’ve had migraines for over 20 years. I didn’t seek workplace accommodations for them until this year. The biggest barrier to getting accommodations at work was my own internalized ableism, but of course I came by it honestly in our society. There were two elements holding me back. The first was shame about my limitations. …

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