Jennifer R. Gilley
Rank: Associate Librarian
Job Title: Head Librarian, Penn State New Kensington
B.A. English, Hiram College, 1994;
M.A. Women's Studies, Ohio State University, 1995;
M.S. Library and Information Science, University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign, 1998.
- Feminist publishing
- Third wave feminism
- Women's studies librarianship
- Popular culture
- Gender and technology
- Gilley, J. "This Book is an Action: A Case for the Study of Feminist Publishing." International Journal of the Book 9(1): 1-9 (2012).
- Gilley, J. “Women’s
Studies Information-Seeking: A State of the Union Address.” National Women’s Studies Association Journal
19 (2): 220-229 (Summer 2007).
- Gilley, J. “Information
Science: Not Just for Boys Any More.” American Libraries
37 (6): 50-51 (June/July 2006).
- Gilley, J. and J.
Begolly. “Great Progress, Great Divide: The Need for Evolution
of the Recruitment Model for Women in Engineering” in Proceedings
of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference
& Exposition, June 12-15, 2005. American Society for
Engineering Education, Washington, DC (2005).
- Gilley, J. "Writings
of the Third Wave: Young Feminists in Conversation." Reference
& User Services Quarterly 44(3): 187-198, Spring 2005.
- Gilley, J. "Gender
and Technology Awareness Training in Preservice Teacher Education."
Tech Trends 46(6): 21-26 (Nov/Dec 2002).
- Gilley, J. and S.
Burnett. "Deconstructing and Reconstructing Pittsburgh's Man of
Steel: Reading Joe Magarac Against the Context of the 20th Century
Steel Industry." Journal of American Folklore. 111(442):
392-408, Fall 1998.
- 2007 Women's Studies Section Significant Achievement in Women's Studies Librarianship Award
- 2000 Pennsylvania Library
Association New Librarian Honors Award
- American Library
Association, Association of College and Research Libraries Division,
Women and Gender Studies Section (Chair 2007-2008)
The Pennsylvania State
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