Bibliography of Scholarship on Women and Gender Studies Librarianship

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(This bibliography includes feminist or gender-based analyses of the library profession, as well as materials about the history of women in librarianship)

Arranged by Author

Abbott Hoduski, Bernadine E. "Three Women Who Made a Difference in the Documents World." Unabashed
162 (2012): 21-22.
Abramo, Giovanni, Ciriaco Andrea D'Angelo, and Gianluca Murgia. "Gender Differences in Research Collaboration."
      Journal of Informetrics 7.4 (Oct 2013): 811-822.
Accardi, Maria T. Feminist Pedagogy for Library Instruction. Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press, 2013.
Adler, Melissa. "Transcending Library Catalogs: A Comprehensive Study of Controlled Terms in Library of Congress
      Subject Headings and User-Generated Tags in LibraryThing for Transgender Books." Journal of Web Librarianship
3.4 (2009): 309-331.
Agosto, Denise E., Kimberly L. Paone, and Gretchen S. Ipock. "The Female-Friendly Public Library: Gender Differences
     in Adolescents' Uses and Perceptions of U.S. Public Libraries." Library Trends 56.2 (2007): 387-401.
Alarcon, Maria R. Osuna. "Maria Moliner and Her Contribution to the History of Spain's Public Libraries."
     Libraries & the Cultural Record
44.2 (2009): 220-233.
Allison, Melody M. "Women's Health: Librarian as Social Entrepreneur." Library Trends 56.2 (2007): 423-448.
Alqudsi-Ghabra, Taghreed, and Nujood Al-Muomen. "Demographics of the Library and Information Profession in
      Kuwait." IFLA Journal 38.4 (Dec 2012): 310-321.
Amekuedee, John-Oswald, and Theodosia S.A. Adanu. "Women Librarians in Ghana: Their Status and Career Development."
     African Journal of Library, Archives, and Information Science 16.1 (Apr 2006): 39-43.
Anaeme, Francis O. "Reducing Gender Disrimination and Violence Against Women through Library and Information
     Services." Library Philosophy & Practice (Jun 2012): 50-55.
Anasi, Stella Ngozi, Ahiaoma Ibegwam, and Stella Olubukunmi Oyediran-Tidings. "Preservation and Dissemination
      of Women's Cultural Heritage in Nigerian University Libraries." Library Review 62.8/9 (2013): 472-491.
Anderson, Heather Syme. "Grey Skies Ahead: Grey Literature Reports as Marginalization of Women's Equality
      in Canada." Grey Journal (TGJ) 8.3 (Fall 2012): 161-165.
Anie, Sylvester Ozioma. "The Impact of Gender on the Use of the Digital Library at the University of Ibadan." Library Philosophy
     & Practice
(Jul 2011): 1-5.
Ankem. Kalyani. "Information-Seeking Behavior of Women in Their Path to an Innovative Alternative Treatment
     for Symptomatic Uterine Fibroids." Journal of the Medical Library Association 95.2 (Apr 2007): 164-172, E51-E53.
Antell, Karen. "The Citation Landscape of Scholarly Literature in LGBT Studies: A Snapshot for Subject Librarians."
      College & Research Libraries 73.6 (Nov 2012): 584-602.
Apple, Rima. "Seeking Perfect Motherhood: Women, Medicine, and Libraries." Library Trends 60.4 (Apr 2012): 694-705.
Applegate, Rachel. "Gender Differences in the Use of a Public Library." Public Library Quarterly 27.1 (2008): 19-31.
Ariel, Joan. "Building Women's Studies Collections." Choice 24 (1987): 849-54.
---. "Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies." Serials Review 11 (1985): 5-8.

Atkinson, Steven D., and Judith Hudson, eds. Women Online: Research in
        Women's Studies Using Online Databases
. New York: Haworth Press, 1990.

Audunson, Ragnar, Sophie Essmat, and Svanhid Aabo. "Public Libraries: A Meeting Place for Immigrant Women?"
     Library & Information Science Research 33.3 (Jul 2011): 220-227.
Avercamp, Shawn. "Chronicling African American Women Students at the University of Iowa." Microform &
     Imaging Review
38.4 (2009): 157-162.
Babalhavaeji, Fahimeh, and Mitra Ghiasi. "Analysis of LIS Research Articles 1997-2007: Critical Thinking, Gender, and Education."
     Library Philosophy & Practice (Jul 2011): 10-22.
Badawi, Ghaji. "Libraries and Women's Participation in Nigerian Politics." IFLA Journal 33.2 (Jun 2007): 168-175.
Bakar, Ahmad Bakeri Abu. "Information Seeking Behaviours of Rural Women in Malaysia." Library Philosophy & Practice (2011).
Bales, Stephen E., and Lea Susan Engle. "The Counterhegemonic Academic Librarian: A Call to Action."
      Progressive Librarian 40 (Fall/Winter 2012): 16-40.
Ball, Joanna. "The Stately and Beautiful Blonde: Ethel Gerard, the Library Assistants' Association
       and Women Librarianship." Impact: The Journal of the Career Development Group
       Special Ed. 110th Anniversary (2005): 11-12.
Barnes, Sherri. "World Wide Web Reviews: African American/Black/Womanist Feminism
      on the Web." Feminist Collections 23.1 (Fall 2001): 28-30.
Bassi, Musa Dauda, and Emmanuel Camble. "Gender Differences in Use of Electronic Resources in University Libraries of Adamawa
      State, Nigeria." Library Philosophy & Practice (Aug 2011): 7-15.
Baum, Christina D. Feminist Thought in American Librarianship. Jefferson, NC:
       McFarland, 1992.
Beattie, Heather. "Where Narratives Meet: Archival Description, Provenance, and Women's Diaries." Libraries & the
     Cultural Record
44.1 (2009): 82-100.
Bennett, Jane, and Jennifer Radloff. “Grassroots Networks and Information in
      an African Context.” Information Sources in Women’s Studies and Feminism.
       Ed. Hope A. Olson. Munich: K.G. Saur, 2002. 46-66.
Benson, Amy, and Jenny Gotwals. "The Digitization of the Charlotte Perkins Gilman Papers at Schlesinger Library."
      Microform and Digitization Review 40.3 (Sep 2011): 108-114.
Berman, Sanford. "New Subject Headings of Interest to Women." WLW Journal
       15.1 (1992): inside front cover.
---. "Out of the Kitchen but Not into the Catalog." Subject Cataloging: Critiques
       and Innovations. New York: Haworth Press, 1984. 167-71.
Berson, Ginny Z. "The Furies: Goddesses of Vengeance." Serials Review 16.4 (1990): 79-85.
Bezanson, Deborah. “Women and Government Online: Two Case Studies.”
       Women Online: Research in Women’s Studies Using Online Databases
       Ed. Steven D. Atkinson and Judith Hudson. New York: Haworth Press, 1990.
Billey, Amber, Emily Drabinski, and K.R. Roberto. "What's Gender Got to Do with It? A Critique of RDA 9.7." Cataloging &
     Classification Quarterly
52.4 (2014): 412-421.
Black, Kimberly. What Books by African American Women Were Acquired by American Academic Libraries?:
      A Study of Institutional Legitimation, Exclusion, and Implicit Censorship
. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2010.
Blagden, Pauline. "Patterns of Library Use among Researchers in the Field of
       Women's Studies with Special Reference to the Fawcett Library." Women's
       Studies International Forum
10 (1987): 317-29.
Blomqvist, Katarina, and Jytte Nielsen. “The Collection and Cataloging of Grey
       Literature.” Information Sources in Women’s Studies and Feminism.
       Ed. Hope A. Olson. Munich: K.G. Saur, 2002. 67-76.
Bly, Liz, and Kelly Wooten, eds. Make Your Own History: Documenting Feminist & Queer Activism in the
     21st Century
. Los Angeles, CA: Litwin Books, 2012.
Boere, Marianne. "Managing a Women's Periodicals Collection in a Women's Library."
       The Serials Librarian 35.1-2 (1998): 239-246.
Bolton, Brooke A. "Women's Studies Collections: A Checklist Evaluation." Journal of Academic Librarianship 35.3
     (May 2009): 221-226.
Boydston, Jeanne M.K. "Academic Women's Studies Serials on the Web: A
       Pilot Study." The Serials Librarian 35.1-2 (1998): 139-52.
Braidotti, Rosi. “The Power of Naming.” Information Sources in Women’s
       Studies and Feminism
. Ed. Hope A. Olson. Munich: K.G. Saur,
       2002. 169-177.
Brendler, Beth M. "Blurring Gender Lines in Readers' Advisory for Young Adults." Reference & User Services Quarterly
      53.3 (Spring 2014): 221-224.
---. "Diversity in Literary Response: Revisiting Gender Expectations." Journal of
     Education for Library & Information Science
55.3 (2014): 223-240.
Brits, Petra. “Lesbian Sources.” Information Sources in Women’s Studies and
       Feminism. Ed. Hope A. Olson. Munich: K.G. Saur, 2002. 128-133.
Broidy, Ellen. "Bibliographic Instruction in Women's Studies: From the Grassroots
       to the Ivory Tower." Conceptual Frameworks for Bibliographic Education:
       Theory into Practice
. Eds. Mary Reichel and Mary Ann Ramey. Littleton, CO:
       Libraries Unlimited, Inc., 1987. 86-96.
---. "Celebrating Diversity, Ten Years Later." Reference Services Review 27.3
      (1999): 266-270.
---. "Gender and the Politics of Information: Reflections on Bringing the Library into the Classroom."
     Library Trends
56.2 (2007): 494-508.
Bronstein, Jenny. "The Role of Perceived Self-Efficacy in the Information Seeking Behavior of Library and Information
      Science Students." Journal of Academic Librarianship 40.2 (2014): 101-106.
Bruce, Lorne. "Professionalization, Gender, and Librarianship in Ontario, 1920-75. Library & Information
28.2 (Jun 2012): 117-134.
Bryant, Eric. "Pride & Prejudice." Library Journal 120 (1976): 37-39.
Burek Pierce, Jennifer. "'Why Girls Go Wrong': Advising Female Teen Readers in the Early Twentieth Century."
     Library Quarterly
77.3 (Jul 2007): 311-326.
Burt, Laura. "Vivian Harsh, Adult Education, and the Library's Role as Community Center." Libraries & the Cultural
44.2 (2009): 234-255.
Buss, Helen M., and Marlene Kadar, eds. Working in Women's Archives: Researching Women's Private
       Literature and Archival Documents
. Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2001.
Cabanac, Guillaume. "Shaping the Landscape of Research in Information Systems from the Perspective of Editorial
      Boards: A Scientometric Study of 77 Leading Journals." Journal of the American Society for Information Science
     & Technology
63.5 (May 2012): 977-996.
Campbell, G. "Queer Theory and the Creation of Contextual Subject Access Tools for Gay and Lesbian Communities."
      Knowledge Organization 27.3 (2000): 122-131.
Capek, Mary Ellen. "Wired Words: Developing an Online Thesaurus and Database
       for Improving Access to Women's Information Resources." Women &
10.1 (1986): 54-5.
---. A Women’s Thesaurus: An Index of Language Used to Describe and Locate
       Information By and About Women. New York: Harper and Row, 1987.
Carmichael, J.V. and M.L. Shontz. "The Last Socially Acceptable Prejudice: Gay and Lesbian Issues, Social Responsibilities
       and Coverage of These Topics in MLIS/MLS Programs." Library Quarterly 66.1 (1996): 21-58.
Carrer, Pinuccia. "A Pink Database: A Repertoire of Feminine Names in the Noseda Collection of the Conservatory
     Library in Milan." Fontes Artis Musicae 56.1 (2009): 7-9.
Carson, Pamela, and Geoffrey Little. "Re-framing Librarians' Identities and Assumptions Around IT." Journal of Academic
40.3/4 (2014): 405-407.
Carter, Sarah, and Maureen Ritchie. Women's Studies: A Guide to Information
. Mansell, United Kingdom: McFarland, 1990.
Cassell, Kay Ann, and Kathleen Weibel. "Public Library Response to Women and Their Changing Roles Revisited."
     Library Trends
56.2 (2007): 303-327.
Catanese, Lynn Ann. Women's History: A Guide to Sources at Hagley Museum
       and Library. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1997.
Chang, Chia-Jung. "The Effect of Semantic Technologies on the Exploration of the Web of Knowledge by Female and
      Male Users." The Electronic Library 31.3 (2013): 376-398.
Chapman, Elizabeth. "No More Controversial Than a Gardening Display? Provision of LGBT-Related Fiction to
      Children and Young People in U.K. Public Libraries." Library Trends 61.3 (Winter 2013): 542-568.
Chmielewski, Wendy. "Women's History Archives." Archival Information. Ed. Steven Fisher.
       Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2004.
Chow, Anthony S., and Rebecca A. Croxton. "Information-Seeking Behavior and Reference Medium Preferences."
     Reference & User Services Quarterly 51.3 (Spring 2012): 246-262.
Christensen, Ben. "Minoritization vs. Universalization: Lesbianism and Male Homosexuality in LCSH and LCC.
     Knowledge Organization
35.4 (2008): 229-238.
Ciszek, Matthew P. "Out on the Web: The Relationship Between Campus Climate and GLBT-related Web-based Resources
      in Academic Libraries." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 37.5 (Sep 2011): 430-436.
Clark, K.D., and J.V. Richardson. "Edith Guerrier - 'A Little Warrior Woman of New England' on
      Behalf of US Public Documents, 1870-1958." Journal of Government Information 28.3 (2001): 267-283.
Clark, Virginia. “The Kern Factor: Women’s Publishing in Western Europe.”
       Women’s Studies in Western Europe: A Resource Guide
. Eds. Stephen
       Lehmann and Eva Sartori. (WESS Occasional Publication, no. 2) Chicago:
       Association of College & Research Libraries, 1986: 5-86.
Clink, Kellian D. "The Iols as a Collection Development Tool: Women's Studies
       at Mankato State University." Conference on Integrated Online Library
. New York: Learned Information, 1992.
Cocciolo, Anthony. "Learning History through Digital Preservation: Student Experiences in a LGBT Archive."
      Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture 42.3 (Sep 2013): 129-136.
Coleman, Jr., Sterling Joseph. "Eminently Suited to Girls and Women: The Numerical Feminization of Public Librarianship
      in England, 1914-31." Library & Information History 30.3 (Aug 2014): 195-209.
---. "No Room for Her Here! The Numerical Feminization of Public Librarianship in England,
      1871-1914." Library & Information History 30.2 (May 2014): 90-109.
Comstock, Sharon L., Jerica Copeny, and Cynthia Landrum. "Code as Code: Speculations on Diversity, Inequity, and Digital Women."
     Code4Lib Journal 28 (2015). Web.
Connaway, Lynn Silipigni. “An Examination of the Inclusion of a Sample of
       Selected Women Authors in Books for College Libraries.” College and
       Research Libraries
56(1995): 71-84
Conteh-Morgan, M. "Reading African Women's Writing: The Role of Librarians in
      Expanding the Canon. The Reference Librarian 87/88 (2004): 163-178.
Conway, Meghan, Stephanie Gonder, and Michele Butler. "Women's Studies
       in Academic Library Collections." Current Studies in Librarianship
       19 (1995): 70-84.
Cooke, James C. "Gay and Lesbian Librarians and the 'Need' for GLBT Library Organizations."
       Journal of Information Ethics 14.2 (2005): 32-49.
Cortes, Gisele Rocha, Maria Cristiana Felix Luciano, and Karla Cristina Oliveira Dias. "Information as a Means
      to Fight Violence Against Women: Reference Center for Women 'Ednalva Bezerra:' Experience Reporting."
      Biblionline 8 (2012): 134-152.
Cowley, Ruth. What About Women? Information Sources for Women’s
. [Manchester]: Fanfare Press, 1984.
Creelman, Janet A.E., and Roma M. Harris. "Coming Out: The Information Needs of Lesbians."
       Collection Building 10.3-4 (1989): 37-41.
Cronin, Blaise, Elisabeth Davenport, and Anna Martinson. "Women's Studies:
       Bibliometric and Content Analysis of the Formative Years." Journal of
53 (1997): 123-38.
Curran, Susan. "Portrait of the Indexer?" Indexer 31.2 (Jun 2013): 71-73.
Dalmer, Nicole. "Women in Archives: Present Contexts and Future Implications." Feliciter 58.4 (2012): 26-28.
Dalyrimple, Prudence W., Michelle Rogers, Lisl Zach, Kathleen Turner, and Mary Green. "Collaborating to Develop
      and Test an Enhanced Text Messaging System to Encourage Health Information Seeking." Journal of the Medical
      Library Association
101.3 (Jul 2013): 224-227.
Daniel, Dominique. "Gender, Race, and Age of Librarians and Users Have an Impact on the Perceived Approachability
     of Librarians." Evidence Based Library & Information Practice 8.3 (2013): 73-75.
Daniels, Caroline. "The Feminine Touch Has Not Been Wanting: Women Librarians at Camp Zachary Taylor, 1917-1919."
     Libraries & the Cultural Record 43.3 (2008): 286-307.
Darter, Pat. "An Information Network for Women's Studies." Library
       Association Record
90 (1988): 287.
Davarpanah, Mohammad Reza, and Hossein Moradi Moghadam. "The Contribution of Women in Iranian Scholarly
      Publication." Library Review 61.4 (2012): 261-271.
Davies, Myfanway and Peter A. Bath. "Interpersonal Sources of Health and Maternity Information
       for Somali Women Living in the UK: Information Seeking and Evaluation." Journal of
58.3 (2002): 302-318.
Davis, Nikki. "Material Culture and the Rise of Quilt Indexing." Indexer 30.2 (Jun 2012): 80-84.
Davis, Whitney. "Founding the Closet: Sexuality and the Creation of Art History." Art Documentation:
       Bulletin of the Art Libraries Society of North America
11.4 (1992): 171-175.
Davis-Kahl, Stephanie. "The Case for Chick Lit in Academic Libraries." Collection Building 27.1 (2008): 18-21.
DeLong, Kathleen. "Career Advancement and Writing About Women Librarians." Evidence Based Library &
      Information Practice
8.1 (2013): 59-75.
Denda, Kayo. "Beyond Subject Headings: A Structural Information Retrieval Tool for Interdisciplinary Fields."
      Library Resources and Technical Services 49.4 (2005): 266-275.
---. "Women's & Gender Studies Journal Database: A Rutgers Experience." Serials Review 28 (2002): 261-266.
Denda, Kayo, and Lucy Vidal. "Academic Libraries Advancing Transnational Feminism." Paper presented
     at IFLA WLIC 2013 -- Singapore -- "Future Libraries, Infinite Possibilities."
Detlefsen, Ellen Gay. “Issues of Access to Information about Women.” Special
3.3-4 (1986): 163-171.
Deyrup, Marta Mestrovic. "Is the Revolution Over? Gender, Economic, and Professional Parity
      in Academic Library Leadership Positions." College & Research Libraries 65.3 (2004): 242-250.
Dickstein, Ruth. "Electronic Resources for Global-Local Teaching and Research." In
      Encompassing Gender: Integrating International Studies and Women's Studies.
      New York: Feminist Press, 2002: 468-481.
---. "Women's Studies Databases." Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science.
       ed. Miriam Drake. 2nd ed. rev. and expanded. New York: Marcel Dekker, 2003.
Dickstein, Ruth, and Sara Brownmiller. An Index to Women's Studies Anthologies: Research
       Across the Disciplines, 1980-1984
. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1994.
Dickstein, Ruth, and Sara Brownmiller. An Index to Women's Studies Anthologies: Research
       Across the Disciplines, 1985-1989
. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1996.
Dickstein, Ruth, Marcia Evans, and Lisa B. German. "From Zero to Four:
       A Review of Four New Women's Studies Cd-Rom Products." The
       Serials Librarian
35.1-2 (1998): 59-84.
Dickstein, Ruth & Kelly Barrick Hovendick. "Women's Studies Databases." 1 November 2004.
      Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science. Ed. by Miriam Drake. 2nd edition. Marcel
      Dekker, Inc., NY. 10 January 2005 <http://dekker.com> (online subscription required)
Dickstein, Ruth and Kari McBride. "Listserv Lemmings and Fly-brarians on the Wall: A
      Librarian-Instructor Team Taming the Cyberbeast in the Large Classroom." College
      & Research Libraries
59.1 (1998): 10-17.
Dickstein, Ruth, Victoria A. Mills, and Ellen J. Waite. Women in LC's Terms:
       A Thesaurus of Library of Congress Subject Headings Relating to
. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1988.
Dickstein, Ruth and Karen Williams. “Social and Behavioral Sciences Databases.”
       Women Online: Research in Women’s Studies Using Online
. Ed. Steven D. Atkinson and Judith Hudson. New York:
       Haworth Press, 1990. 73-94.
Dilevko, Juris, and Keren Dali. "Review of Independent Press Books in Counterpoise and Other
      Publications." College & Research Libraries 65.1 (2004): 56-77.
Dilevko, Juris, and Roma Harris. "Information Technology and Social Relations: Portrayals
      of Gender Roles in High Tech Product Advertisements." Journal of the American
       Society for Information Science
48.8 (1997): 718-727.
Dolan, Donna R. “Exploring the Coverage of Women in Biomedical Databases.”
       Women Online: Research in Women’s Studies Using Online Databases.
       Ed. Steven D. Atkinson and Judith Hudson. New York: Haworth Press, 1990.
Douglas-Payne, Nancy. "Library Services for Women: Women's Studies."
       Festschrift in Honor of Dr. Arnulfo D. Trejo
. University of Arizona
       Graduate Library School, 1984. 164-71.
Downey, Jennifer. "Self-Censorship in Selection of LGBT-Themed Materials." Reference & User Services Quarterly
     53.2 (Winter 2013): 104-107.
Drabinski, Emily. "Queering the Catalog: Queer Theory and the Politics of Correction." Library Quarterly 83.2
     (Apr 2013): 94-111.
Drenthe, Gusta. "The Dutch Women's Thesaurus: A Tool for Cooperation Between Women's
      Collections in the Netherlands and Belgium." Women's Studies International Forum 16.4
      (July 1993): 437.
Dresang, Eliza T., Melissa Gross, and Leslie Holt. "New Perspectives: An Analysis of Gender, Net-Generation
      Children, and Computers." Library Trends 56.2 (2007): 360-386.
Dryden, Sherre. "Building a Women's Studies Library with No Curriculum,
       Budget, or Administrative Support." Feminist Teacher 3.2 (1988): 10-13.
Dunne, Jennifer E. "Information Seeking and Use by Battered Women: A
       Person-in-Progressive-Situations Approach." Library & Information Science Research
      24.4 (2002): 343-355.
Durniak, Barbara Ammerman. “Researching Information About Women in
       Reference Databases: Advances and Limitations.” Women Online: Research
       in Women’s Studies Using Online Databases
. Eds. Steven D. Atkinson and
       Judith Hudson. New York: Haworth Press, 1990. 175-203.
Edwards, Mary E., et al. "Facilitating Collaboration and Research in Sex and Gender Differences and Women's Health:
     Year One Experiences." Medical Reference Services Quarterly 33.4 (Oct/Dec 2014): 408-427.
Eichhorn, Kate. The Archival Turn in Feminism: Outrage in Order. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2013.
Eichhorn, Kate. "Beyond Digitisation: A Case Study of Three Contemporary Feminist Collections." Archives & Manuscripts
      42.3 (2014): 227-237.
Emery, Mark W. "Considerations Regarding Women's Studies Collection
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       (1988): 85-94.
Epps, Sharon K. "African American Women Leaders in Academic Research Libraries." portal: Libraries
      and the Academy
8.3 (Jul 2008): 255-272.
Esser, Linda. "The View from the Intersection of School Library Women & Work." Progressive
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Falk, Joyce Duncan. “Humanities.” Women Online: Research in Women’s Studies
       Using Online Databases
. Eds. Steven D. Atkinson and Judith Hudson. New
       York: Haworth Press, 1990. 7-72.
Fan, Rong. "Adjustment of Stress in Female Librarians of College and University Libraries from Psychological Angles."
      Zhonghua Yixue Tushu Qingbao Zazhi/Chinese Journal of Medical Library and Information Science 20.3 (Mar 2011): 24-27.
Fang, Xiaoli. "Ethnic NewsWatch and GenderWatch: Valuable Resources for Social Identity
       Studies." Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian 20.2 (2002): 81-87.
Faries, Cindy. "Collection Evaluation in Women's Studies: One Model for Learning
       the Process." Collection Building 13.4 (1994): 1-7.
Faries, Cynthia. "Preserving the Value of Tables of Contents Online: A Critique
       of Women's Studies/Feminist Periodicals Coverage in Uncover, Faxon
       Finder, and Contentsfirst." The Serials Librarian 35.1-2 (1998): 85-124.
Farmer, Leslie S.J. Librarians, Literacy and the Promotion of Gender Equity. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2005.
Farstad, Marjorie. “Indigenous Women’s Information.” Information Sources
       in Women’s Studies and Feminism
. Ed. Hope A. Olson. Munich: K.G. Saur,
       2002. 154-166.
Fayet-Scribe, Sylvie. "Women Professionals in Documentation in France During the 1930s." Libraries & the Cultural
44.2 (2009): 201-219.
Ferrari, Roberto C. "From Sodomite to Queer Icon: Simeon Solomon and the Evolution of Gay Studies."
      Art Documentation: Bulletin of the Art Libraries Society of North America 20.1 (2001): 11-13.
Fialkoff, Francine. "Gender Matters." Library Journal 133.3 (Feb 15 2008): 8.
Fidishun, Dolores. "Women and the Public Library: Using Technology, Using the Library." Library Trends
56.2 (2007): 328-343.
Fields, Anne M. "Women's Epistemological Development: Implications for Undergraduate
      Information Literacy Instruction." Research Strategies 18 (2001): 227-238.
Fikar, C.R., and L. Keith. "Information Needs of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered Health Care
       Professionals: Results of an Internet Survey." Journal of the Medical Library Association 92.1 (2004): 56-65.
Fisher, Edith Maureen. "Women of Color: Observations About Library Access."
       Ethnic Forum
6.1/2 (1986): 117-27.
Fisher, Julie. "The Potential and Use of Electronic Conferencing: A Study of Women's Involvement
       in a Global Context." Information Development 20.4 (2004): 242-247.
Fitzpatrick, Jane Brodsky. Mrs. Magavero: A History Based on the Career of an Academic Librarian.
      Duluth, Minn.: Library Juice Press, 2007.
Fleming, Adonna, and Jan Squire Whitfield. "Mining Prospector: Enhancing
       Collection Development in Women's Studies at Ten Academic Libraries
       in Colorado." Colorado Libraries 27.2 (2001): 38-41.
Fountain, Kathleen Carlisle. "Critical Information Literacy Beyond the University: Lessons from Service in a
      Women's Health Interest Group." Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian 32.1 (Jan-Mar 2013): 24-45.
Fox, Melodie J. "Enabling Gender-Inclusivity in LIS Education through Epistemology, Ethics, and Essential Questions."
     Journal of Education for Library & Information Science 55.3 (2014): 241-250.
---. "Prototype Theory: An Alternative Concept Theory for Categorizing Sex and Gender?" Knowledge Organization
      38.4 (Oct 2011): 328-334.
Fulton, Crystal. "An Ordinary Life in the Round: Elfreda Annmary Chatman." Libraries & the Cultural Record
      45.2 (2010): 238-259.
Funmilayo, Daramola Cecilia. "Gender Differences in the Use of Academic Resources: The Case of the FUTA Library."
     International Journal of Library and Information Science 5.8 (2013): 256-261.
Gaffney, Loretta. "No Longer Safe: West Bend, Young Adult Literature, and Conservative Library Activism." Library Trends
      62.4 (2014): 730-739.
Gannon-Leary, Pat and Sandra M. Parker. "The Round Table on Women's Issues Snapshot
       Project: The Status of Women in Libraries, Internationally." IFLA Journal 28.1 (2002): 17-23.
Garnar, Martin. "Changing Times: Information Destinations of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
       Community in Denver, Colorado." Information for Social Change 12 (Winter 2000).
Garrison, Dee. Apostles of Culture: The Public Librarian and American Society,
. New York: Macmillan Information, 1979.
---. Apostles of Culture: The Public Librarian and American Society, 1876-1920. 1979.
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