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.
|PWR2JLB||Spring 2013||Rhetoric and education reform||Lee, J.|
|PWR 2EE||Spring 2019||Once upon a cause: producing picture books for local children||Ellis, E.|
|PWR 1JPA||Autumn 2018||The rhetoric of a liberal arts education||Peterson, J.|
|PWR 2JPA||Winter 2016||How we got schooled: the rhetoric of literacy and education||Peterson, J.|
|PWR 1TSC||Spring 2019||Academia unleashed: contemporary rhetorics of higher education||Schaeffer, T|
- PhD, Education, University of Pennsylvania
- MA, History, SUNY Buffalo
- MLS, Information Science, SUNY Buffalo
- BA, History and Education, SUNY Buffalo
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 me
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.