Bibliography of Scholarship on Women and Gender Studies Librarianship — By Author

Abbott Hoduski, Bernadine E. “Three Women Who Made a Difference in the Documents World.” Unabashed Librarian 162 (2012): 21-22.

Abramo, Giovanni, Ciriaco Andrea D’Angelo, and Gianluca Murgia. “Gender Differences in Research Collaboration.” Journal of Infometrics 7.4 (Oct 2013): 811-822.

Abramo, Giovanni, Tindaro Cicero, and Ciriaco Andrea D’Angelo. “Should the Research Performance of Scientists by Distinguished by Gender?” Journal of Infometrics, vol. 9, no. 1, 2015, pp. 25-38.

Accardi, Maria T. Feminist Pedagogy for Library Instruction. Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press, 2013.

Accardi, Maria T., ed. The Feminist Reference Desk: Concepts, Critiques, and Conversations. Library Juice Press, 2017.

Accardi, Maria T., Emily Drabinski, and Alana Kumbier, eds. Critical Library Instruction: Theories and Methods. Library Juice Press, 2010.

Adekannbi, Janet, and Kehinde I. Dada. “Women’s Preference for Folk/Modern Media in Disseminating HIV/AIDS Information in a Selected Rural Community in Oyo State, Nigeria.” African Journal of Library, Archives & Information Science, vol. 27, no. 1, 2017, pp. 17-28.

Adekannbi, Janet O., and Olumide Morakinyo Adeniran. “Information Literacy of Women on Family Planning in Rural Communities of Oyo State Nigeria.” Information Development, vol. 33. no. 4, 2017, pp. 351-360.

Adler, Kate. “Radical Purpose: The Critical Reference Dialogue at a Progressive Urban College.” Urban Library Journal, vol. 19, no. 1, 2013.

Adler, Melissa. “The Case for Taxonomic Reparations.” Knowledge Organization, vol. 43, no. 8, Dec. 2016, pp. 630-40.

—. Cruising the Library: Perversities in the Organization of Knowledge. Fordham UP, 2017.

—. “‘Let’s Not Homosexualize the Library Stacks’: Liberating Gays in the Library Catalog.” Journal of the History of Sexuality, vol. 24, no. 3, 2015, pp. 478-507.

—. “PARAPHILIAS: The Perversion of Meaning in the Library of Congress Subject Headings,” 22nd ASIS SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop, Advances in Classification Research Online, 2011, pp. 1-20.

—. “Transcending Library Catalogs: A Comprehensive Study of Controlled Terms in Library of Congress Subject Headings and User-Generated Tags in LibraryThing for Transgender Books.” Journal of Web Librarianship 3.4 (2009): 309-331.

Adler, Melissa and Lindsey M. Harper. “Race and Ethnicity in Classification Systems: Teaching Knowledge Organization from a Social Justice Perspective.” Library Trends, vol. 67, no. 1, Summer 2018, pp. 52-73.

Agosto, Denise E., Kimberly L. Paone, and Gretchen S. Ipock. “The Female-Friendly Public Library: Gender Differences in Adolescents’ Uses and Perceptions of U.S. Public Libraries.” Library Trends 56.2 (2007): 387-401.

Ahadzadeh, Ashraf Sadat, Saeed Pahlevan Sharif, and Fon Sim Ong. “Online Health Information Seeking Among Women: The Moderating Role of Health Consciousness.” Online Information Review, vol. 42, no. 1, 2018, pp. 58-72.

Alabi, Jaena. “From Hostile to Inclusive: Strategies for Improving the Racial Climate of Academic Libraries.” Library Trends, vol. 67, no. 1, Summer 2018, pp. 131-146.

—. “Racial Microaggressions in Academic Libraries: Results of a Survey of Minority and Non-Minority Librarians.” Journal of Academic Librarianship, vol. 41, no. 1, 2015, pp. 47-51.

—. “‘This Actually Happened’: An Analysis of Librarians’ Responses to a Survey about Racial Microaggressions.” Journal of Library Administration, vol. 55, no. 3, 2015, pp. 179-191.

Alarcon, Maria R. Osuna. “Maria Moliner and Her Contribution to the History of Spain’s Public Libraries.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44.2 (2009): 220-233.

Albarillo, Frans. “Super-Diversity and Foreign-Born Students in Academic Libraries: A Survey Study.” Portal: Libraries & the Academy, vol. 18, no. 1, 2018, pp. 59-91.

Alkalimat, Abdul and Kate Williams. Roots and Flowers: The Life and Work of the Afro-Cuban Librarian Marta Terry González. Library Juice Press, 2015.

Allard, Danielle and Shawna Ferris. “Antiviolence and Marginalized Communities: Knowledge Creation, Community Mobilization, and Social Justice through a Participatory Archiving Approach.” Library Trends, vol. 64, no. 2, 2015, pp. 360-383.

Allison, Melody M. “Women’s Health: Librarian as Social Entrepreneur.” Library Trends 56.2 (2007): 423-448.

Alqudsi-Ghabra, Taghreed, and Nujood Al-Muomen. “Demographics of the Library and Information Profession in Kuwait.” IFLA Journal 38.4 (Dec 2012): 310-321.

Alston Jones, Plummer. “Cleveland’s Multicultural Librarian: Eleanor (Edwards) Ledbetter, 1870-1954.” Library Quarterly, vol. 83, no. 3, 2013, pp. 249-270.

Amekuedee, John-Oswald, and Theodosia S.A. Adanu. “Women Librarians in Ghana: Their Status and Career Development.” African Journal of Library, Archives, and Information Science 16.1 (Apr 2006): 39-43.

Ames, Melissa, and Sarah Burcon. “Reading Between the Lines: The Lessons Adolescent Girls Learn Through Popular Young Adult Literature.” In How Pop Culture Shapes the Stages of a Woman’s Life: From Toddlers-in-Tiaras to Cougars-on-the-Prowl. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, pp. 32-47.

Anaeme, Francis O. “Reducing Gender Disrimination and Violence Against Women through Library and Information Services.” Library Philosophy & Practice (Jun 2012): 50-55.

Anasi, Stella Ngozi, Ahiaoma Ibegwam, and Stella Olubukunmi Oyediran-Tidings. “Preservation and Dissemination of Women’s Cultural Heritage in Nigerian University Libraries.” Library Review 62.8/9 (2013): 472-491.

Andersen, Jens Peter, and Mathias Wullum Nielsen. “Google Scholar and Web of Science: Examining Gender Differences in Citation Coverage Across Five Scientific Disciplines.” Journal of Informetrics, vol. 12, no. 3, 2018, pp. 950-959.

Anderson, Heather Syme. “Grey Skies Ahead: Grey Literature Reports as Marginalization of Women’s Equality in Canada.” Grey Journal (TGJ) 8.3 (Fall 2012): 161-165.

Angell, Katelyn, and Eamon Tewell. “Teaching and Un-Teaching Source Evaluation: Questioning Authority in Information Literacy Instruction.” Communications in Information Literacy, vol. 11, no. 1, 2017, pp. 95-121.

Anie, Sylvester Ozioma. “The Impact of Gender on the Use of the Digital Library at the University of Ibadan.” Library Philosophy & Practice (Jul 2011): 1-5.

Ankem. Kalyani. “Information-Seeking Behavior of Women in Their Path to an Innovative Alternative Treatment for Symptomatic Uterine Fibroids.” Journal of the Medical Library Association 95.2 (Apr 2007): 164-172, E51-E53.

Antell, Karen. “The Citation Landscape of Scholarly Literature in LGBT Studies: A Snapshot for Subject Librarians.” College & Research Libraries 73.6 (Nov 2012): 584-602.

Antell, Karen, Molly Strothmann, and Jennifer Downey. “Self-Censorship in Selection of LGBT-Themed Materials.” Reference & User Services Quarterly, vol. 53, no. 2, 2013, pp. 104-107.

Apple, Rima. “Seeking Perfect Motherhood: Women, Medicine, and Libraries.” Library Trends 60.4 (Apr 2012): 694-705.

Applegate, Rachel. “Gender Differences in the Use of a Public Library.” Public Library Quarterly 27.1 (2008): 19-31.

Araújo, Tanya and Elsa Fontainha. “The Specific Shapes of Gender Imbalance in Scientific Authorships: A Network Approach.” Journal of Infometrics, vol. 11, no. 1, 2017, pp. 88-102.

Ariel, Joan. “Building Women’s Studies Collections.” Choice 24 (1987): 849-54.

—. “Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies.” Serials Review 11 (1985): 5-8.

Arroyo-Ramirez, Elvia, Rose L. Chou, Jenna Freedman, Simone Fujita, and Cynthia Mari Orozco. “The Reach of a Long-Arm Stapler: Calling in Microaggressions in the LIS Field through Zine Work.” Library Trends, vol. 67, no. 1, Summer 2018, pp. 107-130.

Association of College and Research Libraries, Women’s Studies Section, Collection Development and Bibliography Committee. Women’s Studies Collection Development Policies. Association of College and Research Libraries, 1992.

Atkinson, Steven D., and Judith Hudson, eds. Women Online: Research in Women’s Studies Using Online Databases. New York: Haworth Press, 1990.

Audunson, Ragnar, Sophie Essmat, and Svanhid Aabo. “Public Libraries: A Meeting Place for Immigrant Women?” Library & Information Science Research 33.3 (Jul 2011): 220-227.

Avercamp, Shawn. “Chronicling African American Women Students at the University of Iowa.” Microform & Imaging Review 38.4 (2009): 157-162.

Aycock, Anthony. “Libraries as Safe Spaces for LGBT+ Patrons.” Information Today, vol. 35, no. 3, 2018, pp. 6-7.

Badawi, Ghaji. “Libraries and Women’s Participation in Nigerian Politics.” IFLA Journal 33.2 (Jun 2007): 168-175.

Bakar, Ahmad Bakeri Abu. “Information Seeking Behaviours of Rural Women in Malaysia.” Library Philosophy & Practice (2011).

Bales, Stephen E., and Lea Susan Engle. “The Counterhegemonic Academic Librarian: A Call to Action.”
Progressive Librarian 40 (Fall/Winter 2012): 16-40.

Ball, Joanna. “The Stately and Beautiful Blonde: Ethel Gerard, the Library Assistants’ Association
and Women Librarianship.” Impact: The Journal of the Career Development Group Special Ed. 110th Anniversary (2005): 11-12.

Bankole, Olubanke M., and A.O. Onasote. “Awareness and Sources of Contraception Information Among Female University Students in Nigeria.” Information Development, vol. 33, no. 2, 2017, pp. 199-209.

Barbour, Maggie. “When Patrons Sexually Harass Library Staff.” Voice of Youth Advocates, vol. 40, no. 2, 2017, pp. 42-43.

Barnes, Sherri. “World Wide Web Reviews: African American/Black/Womanist Feminism on the Web.” Feminist Collections 23.1 (Fall 2001): 28-30.

Bassi, Musa Dauda, and Emmanuel Camble. “Gender Differences in Use of Electronic Resources in University Libraries of Adamawa State, Nigeria.” Library Philosophy & Practice (Aug 2011): 7-15.

Battista, Andrew, Dave Ellenwood, Lua Gregory, Shana Higgins, Jeff Lilburn, Yasmin Sokkar Harker, and Christopher Sweet. “Seeking Social Justice in the ACRL Framework.” Communications in Information Literacy, vol. 9, no. 2, 2015, pp. 111-25.

Baucom, Erin E. “Do Archival Finding Aids Describe LGBT Individuals the Same Way They Would Describe Themselves?” University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Thesis. 2016.

Baum, Christina D. Feminist Thought in American Librarianship. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1992.

Bausman, Margaret. “A Case Study of the Progressive Era Librarian Edith Guerrier: The Public Library, Social Reform, ‘New Women,’ and Urban Immigrant Girls.” Library & Information History, vol. 32, no. 4, 2016, pp. 272-292.

Beattie, Heather. “Where Narratives Meet: Archival Description, Provenance, and Women’s Diaries.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44.1 (2009): 82-100.

Bebi, and Shailendra Kumar. “Contributions by Women Faculties of Physics from Select Institutions of Delhi: A Scientometrics Study.” DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology, vol. 37, no. 6, 2017, pp. 410-416.

Benard, Ronald, and Monica Samwel Chipungahelo. “Accessibility of Women to Health Information in Tanzania.” Library Review, vol. 66, no. 6/7, 2017, pp. 415-429.

Bennett, Jane, and Jennifer Radloff. “Grassroots Networks and Information in an African Context.” Information Sources in Women’s Studies and Feminism. Ed. Hope A. Olson. Munich: K.G. Saur, 2002. 46-66.

Benson, Amy, and Jenny Gotwals. “The Digitization of the Charlotte Perkins Gilman Papers at Schlesinger Library.” Microform and Digitization Review 40.3 (Sep 2011): 108-114.

Benson, Sara R. “Assisting Rural Domestic Violence Victims: The Local Librarians’ Role.” Law Library Journal, vol. 108, no. 2, pp. 237-250.

Berman, Sanford. “New Subject Headings of Interest to Women.” WLW Journal 15.1 (1992): inside front cover.

—. “Out of the Kitchen but Not into the Catalog.” Subject Cataloging: Critiques and Innovations. New York: Haworth Press, 1984. 167-71.

Berson, Ginny Z. “The Furies: Goddesses of Vengeance.” Serials Review 16.4 (1990): 79-85.

Bezanson, Deborah. “Women and Government Online: Two Case Studies.” Women Online: Research in Women’s Studies Using Online Databases. Ed. Steven D. Atkinson and Judith Hudson. New York: Haworth Press, 1990. 385-396.

Bhardwaj, Raj Kumar. “Gender Perception in the Development of Online Legal Information System for the Indian Environment.” Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances, vol. 30. no. 2, 2017, pp. 90-119.

Billey, Amber, Emily Drabinski, and K.R. Roberto. “What’s Gender Got to Do with It? A Critique of RDA 9.7.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 52.4 (2014): 412-421.

Bisaria, Garima. “DESIDOC Journal of Library and Information Technology: A Gender Perspective.” DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology, vol. 38, no. 6, Nov. 2018, pp. 410-415.

Black, Kimberly. What Books by African American Women Were Acquired by American Academic Libraries?: A Study of Institutional Legitimation, Exclusion, and Implicit Censorship. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2010.

Blagden, Pauline. “Patterns of Library Use among Researchers in the Field of Women’s Studies with Special Reference to the Fawcett Library.” Women’s Studies International Forum 10 (1987): 317-29.

Blomqvist, Katarina, and Jytte Nielsen. “The Collection and Cataloging of Grey Literature.” Information Sources in Women’s Studies and Feminism. Ed. Hope A. Olson. Munich: K.G. Saur, 2002. 67-76.

Bly, Liz, and Kelly Wooten, eds. Make Your Own History: Documenting Feminist & Queer Activism in the
21st Century. Los Angeles, CA: Litwin Books, 2012.

Boere, Marianne. “Managing a Women’s Periodicals Collection in a Women’s Library.” The Serials Librarian 35.1-2 (1998): 239-246.

Bohemier, Kayleigh, Melanie Maksin, and Gwyneth Crowley. “Wayfinding the Web: Applying Critical Information Literacy to a Google Instruction Session.” Online Searcher, vol. 41, no. 4, 2017, pp. 16-21.

Bolton, Brooke A. “Women’s Studies Collections: A Checklist Evaluation.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 35.3 (May 2009): 221-226.

Bone, Christine, and Brett Lougheed. “Library of Congress Subject Headings Related to Indigenous Peoples: Changing LCSH for Use in a Canadian Archival Context.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, vol. 56, no. 1, 2018, pp. 83-95.

Borchard, Laurie, Laura Wimberley, Susanna Eng-Ziskin, and Annaliese Fidgeon. “Should We Shush about the Stereotype? Examining Student-Generated Images of Librarians.” Practical Academic Librarianship: The International Journal of the SLA Academic Division, vol. 8, no. 1, 2018, pp. 28-53.

Bosman, Ellen. “The Availability of Gay and Lesbian Materials in Protestant College Libraries.” Collection Management, vol. 41, no. 2, 2016, pp. 94-106.

—. “Collecting to the Core — GLBTI Memoirs.” Against the Grain, vol. 26, no. 1, Feb. 2014, pp. 70-71.

Bourg, Chris. “Mentors, Gender, Reluctance: Notes from Taiga Panel on Leadership at ER&L.” Feral Librarian (blog). February 22, 2014.

—. “Never Neutral: Libraries, Technology, and Inclusion.” Feral Librarian (blog). January 28, 2015.

—. “The Unbearable Whiteness of Librarianship.” Feral Librarian (blog). March 3, 2014.

Bourg, Chris, and Lareese Hall. “The Radicalism is Coming from Inside the Library.” Feral Librarian (blog). December 10, 2015.

Bowers, Jennifer, Katherine Crowe, and Peggy Keeran. “‘If You Want the History of a White Man, You go to the Library’: Critiquing Our Legacy, Addressing Our Library Collections Gaps.” Collection Management, vol. 42, no. 3/4, 2017, pp. 159-179.

Boyd, Angela, Yolanda Blue, and Suzanne Im. “Evaluation of Academic Library Residency Programs in the United States for Librarians of Color.” College & Research Libraries, vol. 78, no. 4, 2017, pp. 472-511.

Boydston, Jeanne M.K. “Academic Women’s Studies Serials on the Web: A Pilot Study.” The Serials Librarian 35.1-2 (1998): 139-52.

Braidotti, Rosi. “The Power of Naming.” Information Sources in Women’s Studies and Feminism. Ed. Hope A. Olson. Munich: K.G. Saur, 2002. 169-177.

Branyon, Angela P. “‘A Home for Me When I Am So Far From Home’: Perceptions of Libraries by Immigrant Mothers in Language Acquisition and Cultural Acclimation.” Public Library Quarterly, vol. 36, no. 3, Jul-Sep 2017, pp. 185-198.

Brendler, Beth M. “Blurring Gender Lines in Readers’ Advisory for Young Adults.” Reference & User Services Quarterly 53.3 (Spring 2014): 221-224.

—. “Diversity in Literary Response: Revisiting Gender Expectations.” Journal of Education for Library & Information Science 55.3 (2014): 223-240.

Brits, Petra. “Lesbian Sources.” Information Sources in Women’s Studies and Feminism. Ed. Hope A. Olson. Munich: K.G. Saur, 2002. 128-133.

Broidy, Ellen. “Bibliographic Instruction in Women’s Studies: From the Grassroots to the Ivory Tower.” Conceptual Frameworks for Bibliographic Education: Theory into Practice. Eds. Mary Reichel and Mary Ann Ramey. Littleton, CO: Libraries Unlimited, Inc., 1987. 86-96.

—. “Celebrating Diversity, Ten Years Later.” Reference Services Review 27.3 (1999): 266-270.

—. “Gender and the Politics of Information: Reflections on Bringing the Library into the Classroom.”
Library Trends 56.2 (2007): 494-508.

Bronstein, Jenny. “The Role of Perceived Self-Efficacy in the Information Seeking Behavior of Library and Information Science Students.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 40.2 (2014): 101-106.

Brook, Freeda, Dave Ellenwood, and Althea Eannace Lazzaro. “In Pursuit of Antiracist Social Justice: Denaturalizing Whiteness in the Academic Library.” Library Trends, vol. 64, no. 2, 2015, pp. 246-284.

Brown, Jennifer, Jennifer A. Ferretti, Sofia Leung, and Marisa Méndez-Brady. “We Here: Speaking Our Truth.” Library Trends, vol. 67, no. 1, Summer 2018, pp. 163-181.

Bruce, Lorne. “Professionalization, Gender, and Librarianship in Ontario, 1920-75. Library & Information History 28.2 (Jun 2012): 117-134.

Bryant, Eric. “Pride & Prejudice.” Library Journal 120 (1976): 37-39.

Bryant, Tatiana, Hilary Bussell, and Rebecca Halpern. “Being Seen: Gender Identity and Performance as a Professional Resource in Library Work.” College and Research Libraries, vol. 80, no. 6, 2019, pp. 805-826.

Burek Pierce, Jennifer. “‘Why Girls Go Wrong’: Advising Female Teen Readers in the Early Twentieth Century.” Library Quarterly 77.3 (Jul 2007): 311-326.

Burt, Laura. “Vivian Harsh, Adult Education, and the Library’s Role as Community Center.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44.2 (2009): 234-255.

Buss, Helen M., and Marlene Kadar, eds. Working in Women’s Archives: Researching Women’s Private
Literature and Archival Documents. Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2001.

Cabanac, Guillaume. “Shaping the Landscape of Research in Information Systems from the Perspective of Editorial Boards: A Scientometric Study of 77 Leading Journals.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology 63.5 (May 2012): 977-996.

Cai, Zhihui, Xitao Fan, and Du Jianxia. “Gender and Attitudes Toward Technology Use: A Meta-Analysis.” Computers & Education, vol. 105, Feb. 2017, pp. 1-13.

Campbell, D. Grant, Jose Augusto Chaves Guimaraes, Fabio Assis Pinho, Daniel Martinez-Avila, and Francisco Arrais Nascimento. “The Terminological Polyhedron in LGBTQ Terminology: Self-Naming as a Power to Empower in Knowledge Organization.” Knowledge Organization, vol. 44, no. 8, 2017, pp. 586-591.

Campbell, G. “Queer Theory and the Creation of Contextual Subject Access Tools for Gay and Lesbian Communities.” Knowledge Organization 27.3 (2000): 122-131.

Campbell Naidoo, Jamie. “A Rainbow of Creativity: Exploring Drag Queen Storytimes and Gender Creative Programming in Public Libraries.” Children & Libraries, vol. 16, no. 4, 2018, pp. 12-20.

Capek, Mary Ellen. “Wired Words: Developing an Online Thesaurus and Database for Improving Access to Women’s Information Resources.” Women & Language 10.1 (1986): 54-5.

—. A Women’s Thesaurus: An Index of Language Used to Describe and Locate Information By and About Women. New York: Harper and Row, 1987.

Carmichael, J.V. and M.L. Shontz. “The Last Socially Acceptable Prejudice: Gay and Lesbian Issues, Social Responsibilities and Coverage of These Topics in MLIS/MLS Programs.” Library Quarterly 66.1 (1996): 21-58.

Carrer, Pinuccia. “A Pink Database: A Repertoire of Feminine Names in the Noseda Collection of the Conservatory Library in Milan.” Fontes Artis Musicae 56.1 (2009): 7-9.

Carruthers, Alexandra. “Social Reproduction in the Early American Public Library: Exploring the Connections Between Capital and Gender.” Class and Librarianship: Essays at the Intersection of Information, Labor and Capital, edited by Erik Estep and Nathaniel Enright, Library Juice Press, 2016.

Carson, Pamela, and Geoffrey Little. “Re-framing Librarians’ Identities and Assumptions Around IT.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 40.3/4 (2014): 405-407.

Carter, Sarah, and Maureen Ritchie. Women’s Studies: A Guide to Information Sources. Mansell, United Kingdom: McFarland, 1990.

Cassell, Kay Ann, and Kathleen Weibel. “Public Library Response to Women and Their Changing Roles Revisited.” Library Trends 56.2 (2007): 303-327.

Caswell, Michelle and Marika Cifor. “From Human Rights to Feminist Ethics: Radical Empathy in the Archives.” Archivaria, no. 81, 2016, pp. 23-43.

Caswell, Michelle, Marika Cifor, and Mario H. Ramirez. “‘To Suddenly Discover Yourself Existing’: Uncovering the Impact of Community Archives.” American Archivist, vol. 79, no. 1, pp. 56-81.

Catanese, Lynn Ann. Women’s History: A Guide to Sources at Hagley Museum and Library. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1997.

Chang, Chia-Jung. “The Effect of Semantic Technologies on the Exploration of the Web of Knowledge by Female and Male Users.” The Electronic Library 31.3 (2013): 376-398.

Chapman, Elizabeth. “No More Controversial Than a Gardening Display? Provision of LGBT-Related Fiction to Children and Young People in U.K. Public Libraries.” Library Trends 61.3 (Winter 2013): 542-568.

Chazan, May, Melissa Baldwin, and Laura Madokoro. “Aging, Activism, and the Archive: Feminist Perspectives for the 21st Century.” Archivaria, no. 80, Fall 2015, pp. 59-87.

Chmielewski, Wendy. “Women’s History Archives.” Archival Information. Ed. Steven Fisher.
Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2004.

Chou, Rose L., and Annie Pho, eds. Pushing the Margins: Women of Color and Intersectionality in LIS. Library Juice Press, 2018.

Chow, Anthony S., and Rebecca A. Croxton. “Information-Seeking Behavior and Reference Medium Preferences.” Reference & User Services Quarterly 51.3 (Spring 2012): 246-262.

Christensen, Ben. “Minoritization vs. Universalization: Lesbianism and Male Homosexuality in LCSH and LCC. Knowledge Organization 35.4 (2008): 229-238.

Cifor, Marika. “Aligning Bodies: Collecting, Arranging, and Describing Hatred for a Critical Queer Archives.” Library Trends, vol. 64, no. 4, 2016, pp. 756-775.

Ciszek, Matthew P. “Out on the Web: The Relationship Between Campus Climate and GLBT-related Web-based Resources in Academic Libraries.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 37.5 (Sep 2011): 430-436.

Ciszek, Matthew P., and Courtney L. Young. “Diversity Collection Assessment in Large Academic Libraries.” Collection Building, vol. 29, no. 4, 2010, pp. 154-161.

Civitello, Amanda, and Katie McLain. “It’s Not Just Part of the Job: Speaking Out About Sexual Harassment.” Unabashed Librarian, no. 185, 2017, pp. 3-6.

Clark, Caroline T., and Mollie V. Blackburn. “Scenes of Violence and Sex in Recent Award-Winning LGBT-Themed Young Adult Novels and the Ideologies They Offer Their Readers.” Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, vol. 37, no. 6, 2016, pp. 867-886.

Clark, K.D., and J.V. Richardson. “Edith Guerrier – ‘A Little Warrior Woman of New England’ on Behalf of US Public Documents, 1870-1958.” Journal of Government Information 28.3 (2001): 267-283.

Clark, Virginia. “The Kern Factor: Women’s Publishing in Western Europe.” Women’s Studies in Western Europe: A Resource Guide. Eds. Stephen Lehmann and Eva Sartori. (WESS Occasional Publication, no. 2) Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries, 1986: 5-86.

Clink, Kellian D. “The Iols as a Collection Development Tool: Women’s Studies at Mankato State University.” Conference on Integrated Online Library Systems. New York: Learned Information, 1992.

Cobb, Aurora. “Librarians Against Rape Culture! Raising Consciousness to Uproot Sexual Violence.” Progressive Librarian, no. 45, Winter 2017, pp. 8-19.

—. Supporting Victims, Striving Against Violence: How Public Libraries Can Serve the Information Needs of Sexually Assaulted Women. UNC Chapel Hill Thesis, 2016.

Cocciolo, Anthony. “Community Archives in the Digital Era: A Case from the LGBT Community.” Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture, vol. 45, no. 4, 2017, pp. 157-165.

—. “Learning History through Digital Preservation: Student Experiences in a LGBT Archive.” Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture 42.3 (Sep 2013): 129-136.

Colbert, Jessica Lynn. “Comparing Library of Congress Subject Headings to Keyword Searches Involving LGBT Topics: A Pilot Study.” University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Thesis. 2017.

Coleman, Jr., Sterling Joseph. “Eminently Suited to Girls and Women: The Numerical Feminization of Public Librarianship in England, 1914-31.” Library & Information History 30.3 (Aug 2014): 195-209.

—. “No Room for Her Here! The Numerical Feminization of Public Librarianship in England, 1871-1914.” Library & Information History 30.2 (May 2014): 90-109.

Collins, Anastasia M. “Language, Power, and Oppression in the LIS Diversity Void.” Library Trends, vol. 67, no. 1, Summer 2018, pp. 39-51.

Comstock, Sharon L., Jerica Copeny, and Cynthia Landrum. “Code as Code: Speculations on Diversity, Inequity, and Digital Women.” Code4Lib Journal 28 (2015). Web.

Connaway, Lynn Silipigni. “An Examination of the Inclusion of a Sample of Selected Women Authors in Books for College Libraries.” College and Research Libraries 56(1995): 71-84

Conteh-Morgan, M. “Reading African Women’s Writing: The Role of Librarians in Expanding the Canon. The Reference Librarian 87/88 (2004): 163-178.

Conway, Meghan, Stephanie Gonder, and Michele Butler. “Women’s Studies in Academic Library Collections.” Current Studies in Librarianship 19 (1995): 70-84.

Cooke, James C. “Gay and Lesbian Librarians and the ‘Need’ for GLBT Library Organizations.” Journal of Information Ethics 14.2 (2005): 32-49.

Cooke, Nicole A. “Pushing Back from the Table: Fighting to Maintain My Voice as a Pre-Tenure Minority Female in the White Academy.” Polymath: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Arts & Sciences, vol. 4, no. 2, Spring 2014, pp. 39-49.

Cooke, Nicole A. and Miriam E. Sweeney. Teaching for Justice: Implementing Social Justice in the LIS Classroom. Library Juice Press, 2017.

Cope, Jonathan T. “The Reconquista Student: Critical Information Literacy, Civics, and Confronting Student Intolerance.” Communications in Information Literacy, vol. 11, no. 2, 2017, pp. 264-282.

Cornog, Martha. “Erotophobia, Homophobia, and Censorship in U.S. Libraries.” Journal of Information Ethics, vol. 25, no. 2, Fall 2016, pp. 42-58.

Cortes, Gisele Rocha, Maria Cristiana Felix Luciano, and Karla Cristina Oliveira Dias. “Information as a Means to Fight Violence Against Women: Reference Center for Women ‘Ednalva Bezerra:’ Experience Reporting.” Biblionline 8 (2012): 134-152.

Cottrell, Megan. “Libraries Move Toward Gender-Neutral Bathrooms.” American Libraries, vol. 46, no. 11/12, pp. 16-17.

Cowley, Ruth. What About Women? Information Sources for Women’s Studies. [Manchester]: Fanfare Press, 1984.

Cramer, Katherine Mason, and Jill Adams. “The t* in lgbt*: Disrupting Gender Normative School Culture Through Young Adult Literature.” Teaching, Affirming, and Recognizing Trans and Gender Creative Youth: A Queer Literacy Framework, edited by S.J. Miller, Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, pp. 121-141.

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