Back row (L to R): David Alan (Kindred Spirit Award), Gary Tee (Lauinger Library Award), Young Moon (Lauinger Library Award), Brenda Bickett (University Librarian's Award) Front row (L to R): Karen O’Connell (Lauinger Library Award), Joel Shields (Kindred Spirit Award), Jennifer Boettcher (University Librarian's Award) Not pictured: Nevenka Zdravkovska (University Librarian's Award)
Book Review: Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World (e-version)
The Charleston Advisor, vol. 13, no. 3 (Apr. 2012).
Brenda Bickett April 13, 2012
On Technologies and Library Space
ACRLog Guest Post
Maura Seale November 28, 2011
Book Review: Listening to the Customer
Peter Hernon, Joseph R. Matthews, (2011) Libraries Unlimited, Santa Barbara. The Journal of Academic Librarianship 37.6 (2011): 549-50.
Sandra Hussey November 15, 2011
The Academic Library's Place in the Information Economy
Presentation at the Iowa Library Association Conference.
John Buschman October 14, 2011
Who is Teaching the Future Business Librarians?: A Survey of Library/IS School Programs
(with Susan Norrisey, University of Virginia). "Who is Teaching the Future Business Librarians: A Survey of Library/IS School Programs", Business and Finance Division: Innovation & Best Practices in Business Librarianship Poster Sessions. 2011 SLA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Jennifer Boettcher August 1, 2011
Watchers, punks, and dashing heroes : representations of male librarians in Generation X mass culture
(with R. Mirza) in The Generation X Librarian: Essays on Leadership, Technology, Pop Culture, Social Responsibility and Professional Identity. Eds. Martin Wallace, Rebecca Tolley-Stokes, and Erik Sean Estep. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland & Co, 2011.
Maura Seale June 15, 2011
Book Review: Publishing, Politics, and Culture: The King’s Printers in the Reign of James I and VI
Graham Rees and Maria Wakely, (Oxford: Oxford UP, 2009). Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America (PBSA) 105:2 (June 2011), 261-263.
John Buchtel June 1, 2011
Georgetown University's Lauinger Library Embraces Web 2.0 World
To the Most High and Excellent Prince: Dedicating Books to Henry, Prince of Wales
Published in Prince Henry Revived: Image and Exemplarity in Early Modern England, ed. Timothy Wilks (London: Paul Holberton, 2007), 104-133. An expansion of a section of John's doctoral dissertation on early modern book dedications, the essay combines the techniques of quantitative analysis and descriptive bibliography. If not for his untimely death in 1612, Prince Henry would have succeeded his father, James I, as king of England. The many book dedications Prince Henry received form the basis for a rich case study in the role literary patronage played in early modern culture.