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Affective Labor, Resistance, and the Academic Librarian
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016)
The affective turn in the humanities and social sciences seeks to theorize the social through examining spheres of experience, particularly bodily experience and the emotions, not typically explored in dominant theoretical ...
In the Stacks of Barbara Godard or Do Not Confuse the Complexity of This Moment with Chaos
(Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2013)
Stripping the Stacks: Librarians, Pornography and Pedagogical Possibility
When librarians and faculty work together as research partners, building unique collections and developing mutually constitutive research questions, new pedagogical possibilities emerge demonstrating the relationship between ...
Solidarity is a Two Way Street
(Research for Citizenship blog, 2012-02-06)
Who Speaks for Libraries and Librarians.
PhD as Resistance: How the Personal Got Political.
Introduction: Strange Circulations: Affect and the Library.
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020)
Introduction to a special issue of Library Trends on the role of affect in library work.