The Lower East Side Librarian Library of Congress Subject Heading of the Week for Week 25, June 23, 2010 is:
(A) 150 Found poetry [Not Subd Geog] [sp2010009837]
450 UF Collage poetry
550 BT Poetry
(A) 150 Found poetry, American [May Subd Geog] [sp2010009838]
450 UF American found poetry
550 BT American poetry
Mind if I take a little credit for this one?
(A,C) 150 Body fluids in literature [Not Subd Geog] [sp2010009928]
Warrant: The Social Life of Fluids: Blood, Milk, and Water in the Victorian Novel. A little disappointing if you ask me.
150 Drilling platforms—Accidents—Mexico, Gulf of [sp2010011525]
150 Oil spills—Mexico, Gulf of [sp2010011526]
Well can’t we just be responsive when we WANT to, LC?
(A) 150 Exposure therapy [May Subd Geog] [sp2010009835]
450 UF Flooding therapy
450 UF Implosive therapy
450 UF Therapy, Exposure
550 BT Cognitive therapy
I kind of wish they’d picked Implosive therapy.
(C) 150 Magnetic tweezers [May Subd Geog] [sp2010010049]
450 UF Tweezers, Magnetic
550 BT Magnetic instruments
To me the whole LCSH Weekly Listprogram is found poetry.
(A) 150 Mormon intellectuals [May Subd Geog] [sp2010010035]
550 BT Intellectuals
For Julie Turley! From a book called Latter Day Dissent: at the Crossroads of Intellectual Inquiry and Ecclesiastical Authority.
(C) 150 Senate Vestibule (United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.) [sp2010009925]
550 BT Entrance halls—Washington (D.C.)
510 BT United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.)
Does this sound dirty or illicit to anyone else? No? I guess it’s just me.