This bibliography includes scholarly and non-scholarly works representing the range of research and professional interests of UGA Librarians, archivists, and staff currently employed at the University of Georgia. Other kinds of publications and presentations may be listed at individual author's staff webpages.

Submissions

Each spring, PDRC makes a call for citations; however, you may submit via email to the Chair at any time. Citations in MLA style are preferred. Submissions may include scholarly and non-scholarly journal articles, books or book chapters, substantial contributions to reference works (at least 750 words), published conference proceedings, and white papers.


Battles, Jason

Battles, Jason J. “Beyond the Board: Alternate Reality Games in Libraries.” Making and Using Games in Libraries. Ed. Breanne Kirsch. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2014.

______________. "Law, Labor, and the Freedmen’s Bureau in Alabama, 1865-1867.” The Yellowhammer War: The Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama. Ed. Kenneth Noe. Tuscaloosa, AL: The University of Alabama Press, 2014.

______________. "Designing and Building a Collaborative Library Intranet for All.” Designing and Developing Library Intranets. Ed. Nina McHale. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2013.

Battles, Jason J., Sean Watkins, and Rachel Vacek. “Streamlining Data for Cross-Platform Web Delivery.” Journal of Web Librarianship 7:1 (2013): 95-108

Bramblia, Lydia

Kuecker, Elliott, and Brambila, Lydia. "Theorizing scholarship as craft pride in the LIS field." Journal of New Librarianship, 6 Mar, 2019, newlibs.org/article/7612.

Riehm, Grace, and Brambila, Lydia., et al. "What is ethnohistory?: A sixty-year retrospective." Ethnohistory, vol. 66, no. 1, 2018, pp. 145-162, doi.org/10.1215/00141801-7217401.

Brambila, Lydia. "Sorcery, silence, and becoming-comparative literature: Animal, artist, hybrid (note from the editor)." Xenophile: A Journal of Comparative Literature, vol. 2, 2014, perma.cc/65J4-A8T3.

Brown, Steven

Brown, Steven Allan.  “Bound, But Not Determined: A Map Question Answered.”  Athens Stroller.  Winter (2018): 8

Brown, Steven Allan.  “Athens on a Higher Plane: The 1909 Birds Eye View.”  Athens Stroller XXX (2017): 8-9. 

Brown, Steven Allan. “Mystery Solved: A Short Note on Tom Long.”  Athens Historian 16 (2016) 54-60. 

Whitlock, Elizabeth and Steven Allan Brown.  “Easley, One of the Most Historic Homes of Athens: A Tale of a Grand House, a Crack Hotel, and Mistaken Identity.”  Athens Historian 16 (2016): 16-31.

Brown, Steven Allan.  “A View from Above: The Birds Eye View of Athens, 1909.”  Beyond the Pages 21 (2015) 12-13.

Brown, Steven Allan.  “Pushball Diplomacy: How a Giant Rubber Sphere Regulated Conflict at UGA as Europe Collapsed in a World War.”  Beyond the Pages 20 (2014): 14-15.

Brown, Steven Allan.  “From Savannah to Athens with Elizabeth Greer: Our Final Installment of a Grand Tour, 1848.”  Beyond the Pages 18 (2013): 10-11.

Brown, Steven Allan. “From Charleston to Savannah with Elizabeth Greer, Continued.”  Beyond the Pages 17 (2013): 10-12. 

Brown, Steven Allan. “From Charleston to Savannah with Elizabeth Greer.” Beyond the Pages 16 (2012): 12-13.

Brown, Steven Allan. “From Chalky Level to Charleston with Elizabeth Greer: Part One of a Grand Tour, 1848.”  Beyond the Pages 15 (2012): 18-19.

Brown, Steven Allan. “Where Are the Old Records?”  Beyond the Pages 14 (2011): 8-9.

Brown, Steven Allan.  “Bonfires, Pep Cheers, On-Looking Coeds, and Half-Naked Freshmen in Caps, Oh My!: The Elusive Tradition of the UGA Shirt Tail Parade.”  Beyond the Pages 13 (2011): 29-31.

Brown, Steven Allan. “The Science Hall Fire, 1903.”  Beyond the Pages 11 (2010): 8-10.

Brown, Steven Allan. “Josiah Meigs for the (Self) Defense.”  Beyond the Pages 12 (2010): 11-12.

Brown, Steven Allan and Steven Scurry.  “UGA: The Lost Years, 1785-1801.”  Beyond the Pages 9 (2009): 8-9

Brown, Steven Allan.  “Of Epic Poetry, Catastrophic Fire, & Geometric Proposition: The Uncharred Remains of the UGA Libraries’ First Books.”  Beyond the Pages 10 (2009): 22-23.

Brown, Steven Allan.  “From Peace to War: Campus Through the Lens of Wallace Richter, 1941-1943.”  Beyond the Pages 7 (2008): 1-2

Brown, Steven Allan.  “William Greene.”  Beyond the Pages 5 (2007): 1

Buss, Carla Wilson

King, Florence E., Carla W. Buss, Nadine Cohen, Deborah Stanley, and Elizabeth White. "The University of Georgia: Student Learning Center." Convergence and Collaboration of Campus Information Services. Ed. Peter Hernon and Ronald R. Powell. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2008. 125–139.

Clay, Susan

Clay, Susan. “Book review - Raising Our Voices, Breaking the Chain: The Imperial Hotel Occupation as Prophetic Politics,” Georgia Libraries Quarterly. Vol. 55, Iss. 3 (2018).

Clay, Susan. “Book Review - Chained in Silence: Black Women and Convict Labor in the New South," Georgia Library Quarterly: Vol. 54, Iss. 2 (2017): Article 18.

Compton, Margaret A.

Compton, Margaret. "A Lost Film, Found." Digital Yiddish Theatre Project, 2 July 2015. https://yiddishstage.org/a-lost-film-found.  Accessed 2 Feb 2018.

Compton, Margaret.  "Our Day (1938)".  Library of Congress' National Film Registry Titles expanded essay. PDF file: https://www.loc.gov/programs/static/national-film-preservation-board/documents/our_day2.pdf Accessed 2 February 2018.

Compton, Margaret A. "Rev. of Academic Films for the Classroom: A History, by Geoff Alexander." The Moving Image 11:2 (2011).

_________________. "Collecting Georgia's Hometown Movies Acquisition, Ownership, Preservation and Access." The Moving Image 10.1 (2010): 89-101.

_________________. "The Archivist, the Scholar, and Access to Historic Television Materials." Cinema Journal 46.3 (2007): 129 - 133.

_________________. "Small Gauge and Amateur Film Bibliography." Film History 15.1 (2003): 252 -271.

Devaney, Sheila

Devaney, Sheila. “Babyland General” and “Stuckey’s." New Georgia Encyclopedia. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2005.

_______________. “Allan Ball”and “George Foster Peabody.” New Georgia Encyclopedia. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2006.

_______________. “Alliance Theatre” and “Ossie Davis”. New Georgia Encyclopedia. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2007.

_______________. “Holly Hunter.” New Georgia Encyclopedia. Athens, GA: University of Georgia, Press, 2008.

Duever, Meagan

McGinn, Emily and Meagan Duever. "Building maps: GIS and student engagement." Library Hi Tech News, vol. 35, no. 4, 2018. Forthcoming.

McGinn, Emily and Meagan Duever. "We mapped it so you don’t have to: Comparing online data mapping platforms." College & Research Libraries News, vol. 78, no, 9, 2017, pp. 486 – 502. https://crln.acrl.org/index.php/crlnews/article/view/16772/18314

Graham, Patterson Toby

Graham, Patterson Toby. A Right to Read: Segregation & Civil Rights in Alabama's Public Libraries, 1900-1965. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 2002.

_________________. "Public Librarians & the Civil Rights Movement: Alabama, 1954-1965." The Library Quarterly 71 (2001): 1-27.

Johnson, Andrew

Johnson, Andrew, Searching as Strategic Exploration, in The One-Shot Library Instruction Survival Guide, Buchanan and McDonough, eds., ALA Editions, 2017, pp. .

Kern, M. Kathleen

Kern, M. Kathleen, and Beth S. Woodard. “The reference interview.”  Reference and Information Services: An Introduction, 5th ed., edited by Linda Smith and Melissa Wong,  ABC-CLIO, 2016, pp. 63-97.

Jacoby, Joann and M. Kathleen Kern. “Management of Reference Services.” Reference and Information Services: An Introduction, 5th ed., edited by Linda Smith and Melissa Wong,  ABC-CLIO, 2016, pp. 179-211.

Kern, M. Kathleen. Virtual reference best practices: Tailoring services to your library. ALA Editions, 2009.

Ward, David and M. Kathleen Kern. “Combining IM and vendor-based chat: A report from the frontlines of an integrated service.” portal: Libraries and the Academy, vol. 6, no. 4, 2006, pp. 417-429.

Radford, Marie and M. Kathleen Kern. “A multiple-case study investigation of the Discontinuation of nine chat reference services.” Journal of Information and Library Research, vol. 28, no. 4, 2006, pp. 521-547.

Kern M. Kathleen. “Looking at the bigger picture: An integrated approach to evaluation of chat reference services.” The Reference Librarian, vol. 46, no. 95/6, 2006, pp. 99-112.

Kern, M. Kathleen and Esther Gillie. “Virtual reference policies: an examination of current practice in various organizations.” The Virtual Reference Experience: Integrating Theory into Practice, edited by R. David Lankes, et al., Neal-Schuman, 2004, pp. 165-184.

Kern, M. Kathleen. “Have(n't) we been here before? Lessons from telephone reference.” The Reference Librarian, vol. 41, no. 85, 2004, pp. 1-17

Knop, Keith

Holden, Chris, Keith Knop, and Nara Newcomer. “Music Discovery: Past, Present, and Future.” Notes, vol. 75, no. 4, June 2019, pp. 591–619.

Newcomer, Nara, Anna Alfeld LoPrete, Rebecca Belford, Chris Holden, Keith Knop, Nancy Lorimer, Karen Peters, and Patricia Sasser. Music Discovery Requirements II. Music Library Association, 10 Jan. 2018, http://www.musiclibraryassoc.org/BlankCustom.asp?page=mdr_es.

Knop, Keith. “Music Library Patron Material Preferences: Use and Discovery of Resources in Print and Digital Formats.” Music Reference Services Quarterly, vol. 18, no. 2, 2015, pp. 79–99, doi:10.1080/10588167.2015.1030946.

Kuecker, Elliott

Kuecker, Elliott.  “Mankind Makes Plans to Survive Civilization,” MediaCommons Field Notes, April 3, 2019.

Kuecker, Elliott & Lydia Brambila. “Theorizing Scholarship as Craft Pride in the LIS Field,” Journal of New Librarianship, 4(1), 2019.

Kuecker, Elliott. “Questioning the Dogma of Banned Books Week,” Journal of Library Philosophy and Practice, January 2019.

Kuecker, Elliott. “Post Qualitative Inquiry and Walter Benjamin’s ‘One-Way Street,’” Qualitative Inquiry, 2019.

Kuecker, Elliott. “Post Qualitative Inquiry and Walter Benjamin’s ‘One-Way Street,’” Qualitative Inquiry (forthcoming, refereed).

Kuecker, Elliott and Hawley, Brad. “The Work of Critical Selection and Acquisition in Library Comic and Graphic Novel Collections,” Comics and Critical Librarianship for Academic Libraries. Ed. Olivia Miller and Stephanie Grim. Sacramento: Library Juice Press, 2019.

Kuecker, Elliott. “Improving Everyday Lives: Free Administrative Legal Assistance and Critical Trans* Politics in Public Libraries,” Social Justice and Activism in Libraries. Ed. Su Epstein, Carol Smallwood, and Vera Gubnitskania. Jefferson: McFarland, 2018.

Kuecker, Elliott. “Ideology and Rhetoric of Student Labor in Academic Libraries,” Progressive Librarian: A Journal for Critical Studies & Progressive Politics in Librarianship, volume 46, 2018. 

 
Kuecker, Elliott. “Recruiting and Retaining LGBTQ-Identified Academic Librarians through Ordinary Methods.” In the Library with a Lead Pipe, March 22, 2017.

Leach, Erin

Leach, Erin. “Cataloger’s Judgement and Cataloger’s Bias: On Lived Experience and Metadata Creation.” The Self As Subject: Autoethnography Into Identity Culture, and Academic Librarianship, edited by Anne-Marie Deitering, Robert Schroeder, and Richard Stoddart, Association of College and Research Libraries., 2017.

Leach, Erin. “Using the Framework to Frame: Cataloging Policy and Practice As Seen Through the Lens of The Framework for information Literacy for Higher Education” ACRL 2017 Conference Proceedings, Association for College and Research Libraries, 2017.

Luken, Emily

Barratt, Caroline Cason, Phoebe Acheson and Emily Luken. "Reference Models in the Electronic Library: The Miller Learning Center at the University of Georgia." Reference Services Review 38 (2010): 44-56.

Mastrovita, Mandy

Mastrovita, Mandy, and Emily Gore. "Collaborative-Centered Digital Curation: A Case Study at Clemson University Libraries." Digitization in the Real World: Lessons Learned from Small to Medium-Sized Digitization Projects. Eds. Kwong Bor Ng and Jason Kucsma. New York, NY: Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO), 2010. 490-502. Web and print. Available at http://metroblogs.typepad.com/files/ditrw_30.pdf [accessed February 22, 2018].
 
Mastrovita, Mandy. "Newsfilm Coverage of the Civil Rights Movement Available Online in the Civil Rights Digital Library." Views (Society of American Archivists Visual Materials Section newsletter) 26.2 (2012): 11-4. Web. Available at  http://saavms.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Views_July_2012.pdf [accessed February 22, 2018].
 
Mastrovita, Mandy, and Donnie Summerlin. "Utilizing Student Workers at the Digital Library of Georgia." Georgia Library Quarterly 54.1 (2017): 1-5. Web. Available at http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol54/iss1/8 [accessed February 22, 2018]. 

McGinn, Emily

McGinn, Emily and Meagan Duever. "Building maps: GIS and student engagement." Library Hi Tech News, vol. 35, no. 4, 2018, pp. 9-12 https://doi.org/10.1108/LHTN-12-2017-0089

McGinn, Emily and Meagan Duever. "We mapped it so you don’t have to: Comparing online data mapping platforms." College & Research Libraries News, vol. 78, no. 9, 2017, pp. 486 – 502. https://crln.acrl.org/index.php/crlnews/article/view/16772/18314

McGinn, Emily. “Latin America’s Multiple Modernisms.” Modernist World. Ed. Stephen Ross and Allana Lindgren, Routledge, 2015.

Meridith Beck Sayre, Marta Brunner, Brian Croxall, and Emily McGinn. “Toward a Trackless Future: Moving beyond ‘Alt-Ac’ and ‘Post-Ac,’” The Process of Discovery: The CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowship Program and the Future of the Academy. CLIR, 2015.

McGinn, Emily. “Comparing Marks: A Versioning Edition of Virginia Woolf's ‘The Mark on the Wall.’" Scholarly Editing, vol. 35, 2014 http://www.scholarlyediting.org/2014/editions/intro.markonthewall.html

Morris, Susan

Morris, Susan D. and Fred Smith. "History of Resource Sharing in Georgia."StoryCorps Inc. USA Archives. Georgia Library Association. Recorded October 2017. Web July 31, 2018. https://archive.storycorps.org/interviews/susan-morris-and-fred-smith/

Morris, Susan D:  “The Georgia Interlibrary Loan Code is updated and approved," GLQ v. 54, no. 1, Article 11, Winter 2017.

Ellingson, Margaret W. and Susan D. Morris. "Interlibrary Loan: Evolution to Revolution." Interlibrary Loan Practices Handbook, 3rd edition. Ed. Cherie Weible and Karen Janke. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 2011.

Morris, Susan D. "Acronyms" and "Copyright." GLA Interlibrary Loan Guide. 2007.

_____________. "Three Faces of Eve." The New Georgia Encyclopedia. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2007.

_____________. “Charting a Course for Success in the New World of Resource Sharing.” Georgia Library Quarterly 43.2 (2006): 9-12.

_____________. "Susan Myrick (1893-1978)" The New Georgia Encyclopedia. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2006.

_____________. "Flint River" and "Tabby." The New Georgia Encyclopedia. Athens,GA: University of Georgia Press, 2005.

_____________. "Houston County" "Newton County" "Perry" and "Thompson." The New Georgia Encyclopedia. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2004.

_____________. "Lending Electronic Theses and Dissertations at the University of Georgia Libraries -- New Connections, New Perspectives, Changes for Everybody." Georgia Library Quarterly 41 .2 (2004): 5-9.

Nielsen, Kristin

Barratt, Caroline Cason, Kristin Nielsen, Christy Desmet, and Ron Balthazor. "Collaboration is Key: Librarians and Composition Instructors Analyze Student Research and Writing." portal: Libraries and the Academy 9.1 (2009): 37-56.

Pieczko, Brandon

Geelhoed, E. Bruce, Michael G. Szajewski, and Brandon T. Pieczko. Ball State University. Campus History series. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2018.

Pieczko, Brandon T. and Laura MacLeod Mulligan. “From the Archives to the Institutional Repository: A Collaborative Approach to Research and Publishing for Undergraduate Creative Writers.” Undergraduate Research and the Academic Librarian: Case Studies and Best Practices. Ed. Merinda Kaye Hensley and Stephanie Davis-Kahl. Chicago: ACRL, 2017.

Prechtel, John M.

Cohen, Nadine, Liz Holdsworth, John M. Prechtel, Jill Newby, Yvonne Mery, Jeanne Pfander, and Laurie Eagleson. "A Survey of Information Literacy Credit Courses in US Academic Libraries: Prevalence and Characteristics." Reference Services Review, no. 4, 2016, p. 564.

Prentiss, Amber

Prentiss, Amber A. "Outside the School Doors: Lessons Learned After Library School." Reference Reborn: Breathing New Life into Public Services Librarianship. Ed. Diane Zabel. Santa Barbara: Libraries Unlimited, 2011. 373-377.

______________. "Penning Hollywood: Resources for Would-be Screenwriters." Reference and User Services Quarterly45 (2006): 289 - 291.

Prosser, Cynthia L.

Prosser, C. and Pereira, M. (2017, October) "Connecting the Dots with Data:  Learning with Geoscience Data," Poster presented at the GeoScience Information Society/Geological Society of America 2017 Conference, Seattle, WA.

Pereira, M. and Prosser, C.  (2017) "Harnessing Data with the Citizen Scientist," 2013, 2014, 2015, & 2016: Four Years of Earth Science Information: Exploring Data, Access, and More, Proceedings of the Geoscience Information Society, 44, 78 - 84.

Prosser, C. and Pereira, M.  (2017) "Getting Down and Dirty: Citizen Involvement in Science," 2013, 2014, 2015, & 2016: Four Years of Earth Science Information: Exploring Data, Access, and More, Proceedings of the Geoscience Information Society, 44, 2 - 6.

Pereira, M. and Prosser, C. (2014, October) "Harnessing Data with the Citizen Scientist," Paper presented at the GeoScience Information Society/Geological Society of America 2014 Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Prosser, C. and Pereira, M. (2013, October) "Getting Down and Dirty: Citizen Involvement in Science," Poster presentation at the GeoScience Information Society/Geological Society of America 2013 (October) Conference, Denver, CO.

Prosser, C. (2012) "Beyond Traditional Print Resources: Accessing Information about Geoscience Collections," Investing in the future, Proceedings of the GeoScience Information Society, 43, 25 - 26.

Prosser, C. and Johnson, K. (2012) "Summary of 2012 GSIS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, NC, USA," Australian Geoscience Information Association Newsletter.

Prosser, C. (2012, November) "Beyond Traditional Print Resources: Accessing Information about Geoscience Collections," Paper presented at the GeoScience Information Society/Geological Society of America 2012 Conference, Charlotte, NC.

Pereira, M. and Prosser, C. (2011) "Grey Literature in a Digital Age: What and Where is it?" Printed Past, Digital Future: We Hold the Key, Proceedings of the GeoScience Information Society, 42, 4 – 8.

Pereira, M. and Prosser, C. (2011, October). "Grey Literature in a Digital Age: What and Where is it?" Paper presented at the GeoScience Information Society/Geological Society of America 2011 Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Prosser, C. and Pereira, M. (2010) "Quick and Easy Map Mashups. GeoScience Information Services:" “Peak” Performances, Proceedings of the GeoScience Information Society, 41, 59 - 63.

Prosser, C. and Pereira, M. (2010, November). "Quick and Easy Map Mashups".  Poster presented at the GeoScience Information Society/Geological Society of America 2010 Conference, Denver, CO.

Pereira, M. and Prosser, C. (2010, October).  "Map mashups for spatial wow!" Paper presented at Georgia Council of Media Organizations (COMO XXII) 2010 Conference, Athens GA.

Prosser, C. (2008, October). "If it’s raining outside, how can we be in a drought? Resources for understanding drought." Paper presented at Georgia Council of Media Organizations (COMO XX) 2008 Conference, Athens, GA.

Timian, V. and Prosser, C. (2005, May). "E-Reserves at the UGA Libraries: our solutions." Paper presented at GIL Users Group Meeting, Macon, GA.

Prosser, C. (2004, October). "E-Reserves at the UGA Science Library: a case study." Paper presented at Georgia Council of Media Organizations (COMO XVI) 2004 Conference.

Nabulsi, R. and Prosser, C. (2002). "Electronic reserves at the University of Georgia Libraries" EIT Review: A publication of Enterprise Information Technology Services at the University of Georgia, Winter, p. 2-3.

Reynolds, Lindsey

Reynolds, Lindsey. “Zines, Appropriation, and the Art Library as Studio Space” in Fair Use in the Visual Arts: Lesson Plans for Librarians, edited by Watkins, A., Madden, B., Simon, A., English, M., & Reay, D., 49-56. Art Libraries Society of North America, 2018. Accessed March 2019. https://www.arlisna.org/images/researchreports/Fair-Use-in-the-Visual-Arts-Lesson-Plans-for-Librarians.pdf

Al-Khudhairi, Wassan, Ivy G. Wilson, H. G. Masters, and Lindsey Reynolds. 2017. Third-Space : Shifting Conversations about Contemporary Art. 28 Jan. 2017- 06 Jan. 2019. Birmingham, AL : Birmingham Museum of Art, [2017].

Riggs, Sandra

Riggs, Sandra. "College Information Literacy Assignments: How to Move your Lessons out of the Box." Thinking Outside the Book: Essays for Innovative Librarians. Ed. Carol Smallwood. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co, 2008.

Severn, Jill

Severn, Jill. “Adventures in the Third Dimension: Reenvisioning the Place of Artifacts in Archives.” An American Political Archives Reader. Ed. Karen Dawley Paul, Glenn R. Gray, and L. Rebecca Johnson Melvin. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2009. 221-234.

Shedenhelm, Laura

Shedenhelm, Laura (ed). Latin American Information Series.

Smolko, Timothy

Smolko, Tim, and Joanna Smolko. Atomic Tunes: The Cold War in American and British Popular Music (Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2019) (forthcoming)

Smolko, Tim. "Silly Songs about the Space Race." The Avid Listener website. Norton and Co. (May 2, 2016) http://www.theavidlistener.com/2016/05/silly-songs-about-the-space-race.html

Smolko, Tim. "Cutting It Up with Dickie Goodman: Communism, Castro and the Wall." The Avid Listener website. Norton and Co. (April 25, 2016)  http://www.theavidlistener.com/2016/04/cutting-it-up-with-dickie-goodman-communism-castro-and-the-wall.html

Smolko, Tim. "Celebrating the Nuclear Apocalypse with Tom Lehrer." The Avid Listener website. Norton and Co. (April 18, 2016)  http://www.theavidlistener.com/2016/04/celebrating-the-nuclear-apocalypse-with-tom-lehrer.html

Smolko, Tim. “'You’ll Tic Tic All Day Long': The Cold War, Geiger Counters, and Doris Day." The Avid Listener website. Norton and Co. (April 11, 2016)  http://www.theavidlistener.com/2016/04/youll-tic-tic-all-day-long-the-cold-war-geiger-counters-and-doris-day.html

Smolko, Joanna, and Tim Smolko. “Living in Harmony?: American Music and Individualism in The Prisoner.” Anxiety Muted: American Film Music in a Suburban Age. Edited by Stanley Pelkey. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Smolko, Timothy. “Brooks, Shelton (Leroy)” “Busch, Lou” “Jenkins, Gordon” “Jordan, Joe” “Laine, Frankie” “Lodge, Thomas Henry” “May, Billy” “Mills Brothers” “Monroe, Vaughn” “Nugent, Maude” “Pratt, Paul” “Robinson, J(oseph) Russel” “Scott, James (Sylvester)” “Turpin, Tom.” The Grove Dictionary of American Music, Second Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.

_______________. Jethro Tull’s Thick as a Brick and A Passion Play: Inside Two Long Songs. Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2013.

_______________. “What Can This Strange Device Be?.” Rush and Philosophy: Heart and Mind United. Edited by Jim Berti and Durrell Bowman. Chicago: Open Court, 2011.

_______________. “Ravel, Maurice” and “Shostakovich, Dmitri.” Composers of the 20th Century. Pasadena, Calif.: Salem Press, 2009.

Stanley, Deborah

King, Florence E., Carla W. Buss, Nadine Cohen, Deborah Stanley, and Elizabeth White. "The University of Georgia: Student Learning Center." Convergence and Collaboration of Campus Information Services. Ed. Peter Hernon and Ronald. R. Powell. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2008. 125–139.

Summerlin, Donnie

Mastrovita, Mandy L. and Donnie Summerlin. Utilizing Student Workers at the Digital Library of Georgia. Georgia Library Quarterly 54.1 (2017).

Summerlin, Donald Steven. "Peach State Protest: The Anti-Vietnam War Movement in Georgia." Journal of the Georgia Association of Historians 26 (2005/2006): 2.

Summerlin, Donnie. “George W. Crawford (1798-1872)” “Mirabeau B. Lamar (1798-1859)” “DeForest Kelley (1920-1999)” “Melvyn Douglas (1901-1981)” “The Walking Dead.” New Georgia Encyclopedia, 2005-2013.

Summerlin, Donnie. “Sammy Younge Jr.” Encyclopedia of Alabama, 2008.

Summerlin, Donald. "Selecting Newspaper Titles for Digitization at the Digital Library of Georgia." D-Lib Magazine 20.9/10 (September/October 2014).

Trap, Diane

Barratt, Caroline Cason, Nadine Cohen, Diane Trap and Deb Raftus. "Finding Meaningful Research Assignments: Collaboration as a Way to End the ‘Scavenger Hunt’.” LOEX Quarterly 34.4 (2008): 8-10.

Vogt, Sheryl B

Vogt, Sheryl B. “Richard B. Russell, Jr.: Patriarch of the Senate,” in Maxmillian Angerholzer III, James Kitfield, Christopher P. Lu and Norman Ornstein (Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress) eds., Triumphs and Tragedies of the Modern Congress: Case Studies in Legislative Leadership (Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, 2014), pp. 74-80.

Vogt, Sheryl B. “The ACSC in Action,” Extensions, A Journal of the Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center, The University of Oklahoma (Winter 2011): 10-14.

Vogt, Sheryl B. “Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies: An Evolutionary Model,” in Karen Dawley Paul, Glenn R. Gray, and L. Rebecca Johnson Melvin, eds., An American Political Archives Reader (Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2009), pp. 365-378.

Vogt, Sheryl B. “The University of Georgia Libraries and ACA Certification,” ACA News, 50 (July 2005): 1-2.

Vogt, Sheryl B. “Richard B. Russell, Jr. (1897-1971)” and “Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies.” The New Georgia Encyclopedia. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2004.

 Vogt, Sheryl B. “Improving Archival Practices on Capitol Hill,” chair and reporter for Focus Group, in Proceedings of Congressional Papers Forum: The Third Report of the Advisory Committee on the Records of Congress, 2001.

Vogt, Sheryl B. “Journalism Resources in the Russell Library,” Journal of the Georgia Association of Historians XIX (1998, published 1999): 283-287.

Vogt, Sheryl B., ed., A Guide to the Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, The University of Georgia Libraries, 1997.

Vogt, Sheryl B. “Political Parties” and “Congress and Lobbyists” in The Documentation of Congress, United States Senate publication 102-20 (1992): 57-62, 105-108.

Vogt, Sheryl B. “The Society of Georgia Archivists: Twenty Years of Meeting Archival Needs in Georgia,” in Society of Georgia Archivists: 20 Years in Celebration. Ed. Kaye L. Minchew. Atlanta: Society of Georgia Archivists (1989): 65-76.

White, Elizabeth

Barratt, Caroline Cason and Elizabeth White. "Case Study for a Large Research Institution Library: The University of Georgia’s Miller Learning Center." Journal of Library Administration 50 (2010): 1–10.

King, Florence E., Carla W. Buss, Nadine Cohen, Deborah Stanley and Elizabeth White. "The University of Georgia: Student Learning Center." Convergence and Collaboration of Campus Information Services. Ed. Paul Hernon and Ronald R. Powell. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2008. 125–139.