ipl2 Logo

Search results for:
banned Viewing 1 to 10 of 18


Challenged Children's Books     View
A list taken from the NCTE and the ALA of the 100 most frequently challenged children's books of 1990-2000. Titles are divided into reading levels. Contact information for other resources is provided as well.

Censorship in Comics: Is This the United States?     View
This article provides a brief history of comic book censorship and the beginnings of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, then takes an in-depth look at several cases of comic books censorship in the U.S. in the 1990's.

Banned Books Week     View
Banned Books Week is observed during the last week of September each year. The American Library Association's planning materials for this event are available on this site. Documents include frequently asked questions, a press kit for the event, and ...

Banned Books: Shakespeare Censored!     View
Learn about "past and current attempts to censor William Shakespeare's canon of work" in this online exhibit created by librarians at Occidental College in honor of Banned Books Week. Special attention is paid to The Merchant of Venice and Thomas Bow ...

Celebrate Your Freedom to Read: Explore Banned Books     View
This site from 2006 celebrates the 25th anniversary of Banned Book Week by listing 42 books that have been challenged or banned in the U.S. Includes links to catalog records for the books and to citations for books about the banned books for titles s ...

Banned Books Week - American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression (ABFFE)     View
Ideas and resources for commemorating Banned Books Week, "the only national celebration of the freedom to read. Banned Books Week is held during the last week of September." The handbook includes a list of banned and challenged books with l ...

Banned Books Week     View
Website about the events related to this celebration (started in 1982 and observed in late September-early October), which "was launched to draw attention to the growing number of challenges to books in schools, bookstores, and libraries. ...

Freedom to Read -- Censorship in Canada: Challenged Books and Magazines     View
Contains information about banned books and censorship in Canada. Provides information about Freedom to Read Week in Canada. Also contains links to Freedom to Read artwork and posters, censorship news, and a list of books and magazines banned in Can ...

Strategies and Tips for Dealing with Challenges to Library Materials     View
The American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom produces this site, which offers concrete advice for libraries dealing with challenges to their materials. The site provides tips for communicating effectively and dealing with the m ...

Book Burning     View
This site collects relevant resources and tracks acts of book burning. Features historical examples of book burning (such as those in Nazi Germany and the Harry Potter series challenges), a section on burning of religious works, related links, and a ...



Connect With Us On Facebook MySpace Twitter YouTube Delicious icon Diigo icon WordPress icon
Partners: Drexel | FSU | Illinois | Pittsburgh | Rutgers | Syracuse | UNC | UT Austin | Washington | Join the ipl2 Consortium
ipl2 is hosted by The iSchool at Drexel, College of Information Science and Technology, with major support from the College of Information at Florida State University. Sponsored by Intel and Sun Microsystems Copyright Notice (c) 1995 - 2008 The Regents of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved. (c) 2009, Drexel University, All Rights Reserved.