SLIS lecturer Dr. Susan L. Maret and faculty member Dr. Jan Goldman of the National Defense Intelligence College have co-edited Government Secrecy: Classic and Contemporary Readings. Government Secrecy contains core readings from the secrecy literature that represent a diversity of perspectives regarding historical accuracy of government information, information ethics, professional neutrality, national security, transparency, public right to information, civic participation, and the criteria for secret keeping. Dr. Lisa Blank, currently enrolled in the SLIS program, contributed two articles based on her work for Dr. Maret's seminar, LIBR 281: Information Secrecy and Freedom of Information. Information Secrecy is offered Fall 2009. Selections from Government Secrecy will be used in the course.
Citation: Maret, S. L. & Goldman, J. (2008). Government secrecy: Classic and contemporary readings. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. https://www.abc-clio.com/ABC-CLIOCorporate/product.aspx?pc=F1388C.