Research Brown Bag Schedule 2008-2009

Unless otherwise noted, SIRLS Research Brown Bags take place on Wednesdays from 12:00pm to 1:30pm in the SIRLS Multi-purpose Room. SIRLS is located at 1515 East First Street, just west of Cherry Avenue.

Note: Podcasts of most of the past talks can be downloaded from the SIRLS Podcast Page.


Fall 2008:

  • September 3 -- Michael Chiorazzi (Arizona, Law) on "The Changing Professional Status of Academic Law Library Directors: Implications for Teaching Future Generations of Law Librarians."
  • September 10 -- Patti Overall (Arizona, SIRLS) on "Cultural Competence in Librarianship."
  • September 24 -- Phil Cash Cash (Arizona, Anthropology and Linguistics) on "The Ecology of Nez Perce Naming."
  • October 8 -- Blaise Cronin (Indiana, Library and Information Science) on "The Ties that Bind: The Epistemic Significance of Collegiality."
  • October 22 -- Hong Cui (Arizona, SIRLS) on "Approaches to Semantic Markup of Natural Heritage Literatures."
  • November 5 -- Heshan Sun (Arizona, SIRLS) on "Adaptive System Use: An Investigation at the System Feature Level."
  • December 3 -- Kay Mathiesen (Arizona, SIRLS) on "Age and Article V of the Library Bill of Rights: Parent's Rights or Children's Rights?"

Spring 2009:

  • January 28 -- Cheryl Malone (Arizona, SIRLS) on "The Politics of Publishing and the Culture of Print: Stewart Udall's The Quiet Crisis."
  • March 11 -- Bruce Fulton and Jana Bradley (Arizona, SIRLS) on "Self-Published Books"
  • April 3-4 (FRISATSwede Johnson Building, Room 205) -- Information Ethics Roundtable on "Misinformation and Disinformation."
  • April 9 (THURS3:00pmSwede Johnson Building, Room 205) -- P. Bryan Heidorn (Illinois, Library and Information Science) on "Information Services in Support of Scholarship: Examples in Biology"
  • April 22 -- Richard Chabran (California Community Technology Policy Group) on "Subaltern Knowledges: Coloniality, Border Thinking, Writing, and Literacies"

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