Kathryn's role in the library
I am the Head of the Cubberley Education Library, which means selecting and managing the collections, helping students and faculty with research or finding information, and providing leadership for Cubberley. I also select library materials related to psychology for both Cubberley and Green Library, as well as helping researchers in this area of research.
Topic Guides by Kathryn
Course Guides by Kathryn
|PWR2JLB||Spring 2013||Rhetoric and education reform||Lee, J.|
|PWR 2EE||Autumn 2014||Once upon a cause: producing picture books for local children||Ellis, E.|
|PWR 1JPA||Autumn 2014||The rhetoric of a liberal arts education||Peterson, J.|
Member, American Educational Research Association
Contributor to Historical Dictionary of Women's Education in the United States edited by Linda Eisenmann. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.
Contributor to American Women Civil Rights Activists edited by Gayle J. Hardy. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1993
Antebellum Higher Education for Women in Western New York, 1993 (Dissertation)
"Farmers' Daughters: The Education of Women at Alfred Academy and University before the Civil War," The History of Higher Education Annual 6 (1986): 11-28.
More about Kathryn
I've worked at Ohio State University, Alfred University, and came to Stanford in 1988 to work in Meyer Library when it was an undergraduate library. I also worked in Green Library for a number of years first in General Reference and then later in the Information Center (six years as its head) before coming to Cubberley in 2006.