Marta Bladek published “From Women Staffed to Women Led: Gender and Leadership in Academic Libraries, 1974-2018” in The Journal of Library Administration (Vol. 59.5: 512-531) and “Latino Students and Academic Libraries: a Primer for Action” in The Journal of Academic Librarianship (Vol. 45.1: 50-57).

Maria Kiriakova published “Printed and Electronic Media, Journals and Professional Associations.”  In Natarajan, M. (Ed.). International and Transnational Crime and Justice, 2nd ed. Cambridge University Press, 505-510.

Jeffrey Kroessler had an op-ed in the New York Daily News in August: “New York City Saved My Life.”

Larry Sullivan, Chief Librarian, will chair the session “Pornography in the Age of Kinsey” and provide the commentary on three papers at the American Historical Association’s Annual Meeting in New York in January 2020.

The United Nations invited Sullivan to present a paper and chair the panel on the Mandela Rules for the treatment and rehabilitation of prisoners at its 75th Anniversary conference in Kyoto, Japan in April, 2020.  His panel is entitled, "Prison Libraries, Information Access, and Evolving Standards of Decency” (Mandela Rules, 3, 4.7, 16, 63, 64).  He will also write a chapter on Mandela rule 64 for the United Nations’ anniversary volume for the accompanying conference in Kyoto on “Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (14th Annual Convention).


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