I am an academic reference and instruction librarian, and I also develop collections for my university's Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Gender and Sexuality Studies programs.
I'm interested in gender and race in library and information studies/sciences, critical information literacy, and feminism and (in)fertility.
The creature pictured above, left is Vladymir (I'm the one on the right). He had just gotten his summer shave so was a bit despondent at the time this photo was taken.
I facilitate a variety of critical information literacy workshops and classes and have done so at a number of colleges and universities.
I like to create online learning objects. You can see a sample of my work at the Critical Information Literacy Laboratory for Faculty (John M. Pfau Library).
I also currently teach and am involved with the development of a first-year seminar course at California State University, San Bernardino.
I'm currently editing Topographies of Whiteness: Mapping Whiteness in LIS (Library Juice Press, 2017). See my cv (below) for a complete list of publications and conference
You can also check out my work on Google Scholar or academia.edu. Better yet, read and view my stuff open access at CSUSB ScholarWorks.
E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org