Research works and presentations included here have been selected by the LAUC Research and
Professional Development Committee of the UC San Diego Library.
A genealogical and historical sketch of Illinois suffragist Adella Maxwell Brown (Mrs. Harrison M. Brown). She was the first president of Peoria Equal Suffrage Association (founded 1912), and soon became president of Illinois Equal Suffrage Association (1915-16). Draws from genealogical sites, period newspapers, published reports, and archival materials.
Participants in The Diversity Committee forum at the 2019 ARLIS/NA Annual Conference in Salt Lake City presented on intersectionality through leadership in working with diverse populations that defines library identity with groups that do not necessarily see themselves reflected in the workforce or in library resources. This zine was created as take home materials for attendees of the forum.
This is a comprehensive bibliography of works by and about William S. Burroughs, annotated so as to assist students and scholars in distinguishing between distinctive, and distinctively different, printings of individual works.
Along with Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs was one of the founders and leading representatives of the “Beat” movement in American culture and literature. From the late 1950s through the late 1990s, Burroughs published voluminously; yet, it has been more than thirty years since a comprehensive bibliography has been issued of works by and about him. This publication, which will be updated regularly, remedies that.