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    On this page, you will find information about faculty from the Learning Resources Division (LRD). If you wish to add your information, please see the Submit Your Information section on the About page.

    Faculty are listed in alphabetically order by last name. You can also select "Ctrl+F" to search within this page.

    Anglim, Christopher

    Christopher Anglim Research Interests Scholarly & Creative Work

    he/him/his

    canglim@udc.edu

    Professor, Reference Librarian/Archivist

    Archives and Special Collections

    Librarianship

    Government Documents

    History

    Law

    Government, Political Science, and International Relations

    Business Administration

    Public Administration

    Nonprofit Management

    Homeland Security

    Sustainability

    Articles

    The 25th Amendment: A Selective Annotated Bibliography,” Legal Reference Services Quarterly 37(3-4)(2018): 159-203.

    DCAPA at 50: A Bibliography,” Law Library Lights 61(8) (2017-2018): 8-17.

    "Empowering DC's Future Through Information Access," in, Changing Urban Landscapes Through Higher Education (2018) (with Faith Rusk).

    From the Chair,” Jurisdocs 26 (Fall/Winter 2003-2004): 1-3.

    “Henry B. Gonzalez (1916-2000): San Antonio’s Champion of Equality,” The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Minority Issues (Spring 2001): 1-39.

    South Texas College of Law: Houston’s Gateway to Opportunity in Law,” South Texas Law Review 39(4) (Fall 1998): 919-950.

    Docs to Dust? The Preservation Challenge for Depository Librarians,” Jurisdocs 19 (Spring 1997): 13.

    The Worst Thing That Could Happen! Law Library Disasters and Preparing for the Unimaginable,” Spectrum 1(4) (December 1996): 8-19.

    “Disaster Preparedness at SWALL-affiliated Law Schools,” SWALL Bulletin 27 (January 1996): 16-20.

    “Automated Preservation Assessment Surveys,” SWALL Bulletin 26 (May 1995): 22-26.

    “Developing Law Library Preservation Plans and Procedures,” SWALL Bulletin 26 (January 1995): 28-33.

    “Preserving Non-Print Materials: Part 3 of 3—Magnetic Media, CD-ROMs, and Computer Disks,” SWALL Bulletin 26 (September 1994): 31-34.

    “Preserving Non-Print Materials: Part 2 of 3—Photographs and Photographic Slides,” SWALL Bulletin 25 (May 1994): 33-34.

    “Preserving Non-Print Materials: Part 1 of 3—Microforms,” SWALL Bulletin 25 (January 1994): 21-23.

    “The Preservation Program in a Law Collection Setting: An Introduction,” SWALL Bulletin 25 (September 1993): 32-34.

    A Selective, Annotated Bibliography on the Electoral College: Its Creation, History, and Prospects for Reform,” Law Library Journal 85 (2) (Summer 1993): 151-178.

    “The Special Collections Program the South Texas College of Law Library,” Conservation and Administration News 49 (April 1992): 4-5, 25.

     

    Books

    International Sanctions: A Legal Research Guide. Getzville, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 2021 .

    The Lawful Use of Force and America’s War Against Daesh. Getzville, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 2021.

    Elusive Balance: The Religion Clauses in the Tenure of Chief Justice Roberts. NY: Nova Pub., 2020.

    Sharia in the Contemporary World, Littleton CO: William S. Hein & Co., 2019.

    Fire and the Sword: Understanding the Many Facets of Organized Islamism. NY: Nova Pub., 2018.

    Nonprofit Organization Law: A Legal Research Guides, Getzville, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 2018.

    Long Path to Freedom: Sources of Legal History of Washington DC in the Home Rule Era. NY: Nova Pub., 2018.

    Privacy and the Law in America Millerton, NY: Grey House, 2016.

    University of the District of Columbia, 1851-2011. Washington, DC: UDC Press, 2011 (contributor).

    The Iraq War: 2003 (supplement), Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 2011.

    Religion and the Law in America, Millerton, NY: Grey House, 2009. Joined in Common Enterprise, Littleton CO: William S. Hein & Co., 2005.

    The Iraq War: 2003, Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 2004.

    Legislative History of the USA Patriot Act, Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 2002.

    Survey on Emergency Preparedness Planning, Littleton CO: William S. Hein & Co., 2000.

    Religion and the Law, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1999.

    Labor, Employment, and the Law: A Dictionary, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1997.

    Special Collections at South Texas College of Law: An Annotated Catalog, Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 1994.

    Special Collections Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines (A Model Plan for Special Collections), Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 1993.

     

    Clarke, Tricia

    Tricia Clarke Research Interests Scholarly & Creative Work

    she/her/hers

    tricia.clarke@udc.edu

    Community College Engagement Librarian

    orcid.org/0000-0002-5752-5014

    LinkedIn

    Community Engagement

    Community Informatics

    Cultural Heritage Informatics

    Information Literacy and Library Instruction

    Library Services for "Non-Traditional" Students

    See LinkedIn

     

    Ferguson, Yoko

    Yoko Ferguson Research Interests

    Scholarly & Creative Work

    she/her

    yoko.ferguson@udc.edu

    Cataloging & Metadata Librarian

    Associate Professor

    orcid.org/0000-0001-6763-3783

    Reparative and Critical Cataloging

    Social Justice in Cataloging and Authority Control

    Mentoring and Team Building in Technical Services

    Cultural Study of Citation Practices

    Please see ORCID

     

    Kowalski, Meghan

    Meghan Kowalski

    Research Interests Scholarly & Creative Work

    she/her/hers

    Outreach and Reference Librarian

    meghan.kowalski@udc.edu

    Web Portfolio

    orcid.org/0000-0003-1309-634X

    LinkedIn

    Outreach and Marketing

    Information Literacy and Library Instruction

    Leadership and Management

    Collaboration

    Productivity

    Please see Presentation & Publications section of Web Portfolio.

    Blog

    Newsletter

    Meals, Catherine

    Catherine Meals Research Interests Scholarly & Creative Work

    she/her/hers

    Reference & Assessment Librarian

    catherine.meals@udc.edu

    orcid.org/ 0000-0003-2626-0241

    Academic Libraries

    Affective Learning Outcomes

    Assessment and Library Assessment

    HBCU Libraries

    Information Literacy and Library Instruction

    Library Services for "Non-Traditional" Students

    Personal Librarianship

    Reference Services

    Research Assignment Design

    Please see ORCID