I am a graduate of the historic Clark Atlanta University School of Library and Information Studies and an alumna of Winthrop University. My research interests include professionalism, ethics, racial and ethnic diversity in the LIS field, and the role of digital humanities in practical academic librarianship. I am co-editor of The Small and Rural Academic Library: Leveraging Resources and Overcoming Limitations (Chicago: ACRL 2016) and author of Kaleidoscopic Concern: An Annotated, Chronological Bibliography of Diversity, Recruitment, Retention, and Other Concerns Regarding African American and Ethnic Library Professionals and Global Evolution: An Annotated, Chronological Bibliography of International Students in U.S. Academic Libraries (ACRL 2009, 2007).
My most recently published work is “Racial climate and inclusiveness in academic libraries: Perceptions of welcomeness among Black college students.” (with J. Brenton Stewart and Boryung Ju; 2019, The Library Quarterly, 89(1):16-33)
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