Katie Chamberlain Kritikos

Adjunct Lecturer

MS, Library and Information Science, Illinois; JD, Illinois

Research focus

Information policy, information ethics, free speech, privacy, libraries and society.

Honors and Awards

Teacher Ranked as Excellent (Fall 2020)
Teacher Ranked as Excellent (Spring 2021)
Teacher Ranked as Excellent (Fall 2021) 

Office hours

By appointment; please contact professor.

Publications & Papers

Kritikos, K.C. (2022), Guest Editor. Special Issue on Social Justice and Information Ethics, Journal of Information Ethics 31(2). 
 
Kritikos, K.C. (2022). From neutrality to justice: Aligning free speech with the social justice imperative. Journal of Information Ethics, 31(1). 
 
Kritikos, K. C. (2018), Guest Editor. The right to forget, obliterate, erase: Defending personal data privacy in the digital age. Journal of Information Ethics Special Issue on the Right to Be Forgotten, 27(2), 47-65. 
 
Kritikos, K. C. (2018). Delisting and ethics in the library: Anticipating the future of librarianship in a world that forgets. IFLA Journal Special Issue on Privacy, 44(2), 183-194. doi: 10.1177/0340035218773783
 
Kritikos, K. C. & Zimmer, M. T. (2017). Privacy policies and practices with cloud-based services in public libraries: An exploratory case of BiblioCommons. Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy, 2(1), 23-37. doi:10.5860/jifp.v2i1.6252
 
Kritikos, K. C. (2016, July 7). Balancing free speech and social justice to secure the future of intellectual freedom. Office for Intellectual Freedom Blog. Retrieved from http://www.oif.ala.org/oif/?p=6896
 
Chamberlain, K. A. (2011). “Lawfully made under this title”: The implications of Costco v. Omega on the first sale doctrine and library lending. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 37(4), 291-298. 
 
Chamberlain, K. A. (2009). Looking for a “good death”: The elderly terminally ill’s right to die by physician-assisted suicide. Elder Law Journal, 17(1), 61-93. 

Presentations

Kritikos, K. C. (2018, May 19). “Fitness stuff is for me, not for everybody else”: Unpacking how fitness tracker users manage privacy boundaries for personal fitness information. Paper presented at Information Ethics Roundtable 2018, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Lipinski, T. A. & Kritikos, K. C. (2017, May 26). Legal and policy implications of licenses between LIS open access journal publishers and authors: A qualitative case study. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference of Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries, Limerick, Ireland. 

Kritikos, K. C. (2017, April 21). Privacy policies and practices with cloud-based services in public libraries: An exploratory case of BiblioCommons. Paper presented at Information Ethics Roundtable 2017, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois. 

Kritikos, K. C. (2016, June 27). Balancing free speech and social justice to secure the future of intellectual freedom. Intellectual Freedom Committee-Association of American Publishers Program. Invited presentation at the Annual Conference and Exhibition of the American Library Association, Orlando, Florida.