free culture, libraries, science fiction, gender, identity, Wikipedia, queer theory, comic books, Samuel R. Delany, Melvin Van Peebles and Octavia E. Butler
“Connecting Wikipedia and the Archive: Building a Public History of HIV/AIDS in New York City”. WikiStudies 1.1 (2017): 40-64. http://wikistudies.org/index.php?journal=wikistudies&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=2>
Encyclopedia entries: “Octavia Butler: SciFi Genius, Afrofuturist Mother” and “Wonder Woman.” In Shelly Eversley and Laurie Hurson (Eds.), Equality Archive. New York, 2016. http://equalityarchive.com/issues/wonder-woman/; http://equalityarchive.com/uncategorized/octavia-butler-scifi-genius-afrofuturist-mother/>
Encyclopedia entries: “Japanese American Internment,” “Gay and Lesbian Asian Americans,” and “George Takei.” In Lan Dong (Ed.), Asian American Culture: From Anime to Tiger Moms. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. March 2016.
Matsuuchi, Ann, and Alexander Lozupone. “The Doctor’s Original Face: Watching Doctor Who Episodes As Buddhist Koans.” Implicit Religion 18.4 (2015): 485-497
“Wonder Woman Wears Pants: Wonder Woman, Feminism and the 1972 ‘Women’s Lib’ Issue.” Colloquy 24 (2012). [Via CUNY Academic Works, institutional repository]
“The Critical Thinking Skills Initiative: An Information Literacy E-Learning Collaboration.” E-learning in Libraries: Best Practices. With Barbara Carrel, Jane Devine, and Steven Ovadia. Eds. Charles Harmon and Michael Messina. Lanham: Scarecrow Press, 2013.
“CUNY’s Critical Thinking Skills Initiative: Redesigning workforce education through information literacy learning.” With Irene Gashurov. ACRL College & Research Libraries News 74.2 (2013): 70-73.
BA, Philosophy & Religion – Hunter College, CUNY; MSLIS, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, Long Island University; MA, Liberal Studies/Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies – CUNY Graduate Center