I recently dusted off an old Northeast Historic Film Summer Symposium presentation on archival collections containing police training films about home invasion prevention and relationships to whiteness and masculinity and published it within a recent Viewfinder Magazine edition focusing on concepts of the Home. I think the ideas are timely and speak to continued issues around access to the home, safety, and equity-based on the intersections of race, class, and gender. Feel free to read it here.
I am pleased to announce that along with the research team of Vanessa Kitzie, Jocelyn Pettigrew, and A. Nick Vera I have received the 2020 ALISE ProQuest Methodology Paper Award for our work titled Using the World Café Methodology to Support Community-centric Research and Practice in Library and Information Science.
The work has also been published within the most recent volume of Library and Information Science Research which is available here.
Check out two new book chapters that I have co-authored. The first is a chapter titled Big U Knows Best: Patronizing Queer Campus Culture in A Guide to LGBTQ+ Inclusion on Campus, Post-PULSE. Many thanks to Gavin Weiser for working on this piece with me.
The second is titled Defining Community Archives within Rural South Carolina in Advances in Librarianship Volume 43: Rural and Small Public Libraries: Challenges and Opportunities. Many thanks to Bobbie Bischoff for co-authoring this with me.
I am proud to announce that my article “The Old Ways are Best”: The Colonization of Women of Color in Bond Films has been included in the recently released book For His Eyes Only? The Women of James Bond. You can find more information about the text at the publication site.