Practitioner Writing

Writing on sexual harassment in libraries by practitioners.

Barr-Walker, J., Caramagno, D., Nevels, I., Romero, D., & Tahir, P. (2019). Sexual Harassment in the Library: Understanding Experiences and Taking Action. Retrieved from

Civitello, A., & McLain, K. (2017). It’s Not Just Part of the Job: Speaking Out About Sexual Harassment. ILA Reporter35(6). Retrieved from

Conley-Abrams, I. (2012, July 9). Please Don’t Say This to a Librarian [Blog post]. Retrieved from

Corsillo, G. K. (2018, March 30). Ending Sexual Harassment at the Public Library [Blog post]. Retrieved from

Dewitt, M. (2019, December 26). Please Don’t Say This to a Librarian [Blog post]. Retrieved from

Ford, A. (2017, November 1). Stop Sexual Harassment in Your Library [Blog post].
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Jensen, K. (2013, March 24). Things They Don’t Teach You in Library School: Sexual Harassment? Yes, it can happen in the library [Blog post]. Retrieved from

Jensen, K. (2017, October 24). The State of Sexual Harassment in the Library [Blog post]. Retrieved from

Macbride, K. (2018, January 31). #TimesUp on Harassing Your Public Librarian [Blog post]. Retrieved from

Manley, W. (1993). Will’s world: Sexual Harassment by Patrons: Part Two. American Libraries, 24(7), 652.

von Stackelberg, A. (2018). Sexual Harassment by Library Patrons: #TimesUp. BCLA Perspectives, 10(1). Retrieved from