Chris Bourg (updated July 2015)

Selected publications

Sadler, Bess, and Chris Bourg. 2015. Feminism and the future of library discovery. Code4Lib Journal, Issue 28, April 15, 2015.

Morales, Myrna, Em Claire Knowles, and Chris Bourg. 2014. Diversity, Social Justice, and the Future of Libraries (OA pre-print). Portal: Libraries and the Academy. Vol 14, 3, July. Published (paywall) version.

Bourg, Chris. 2013. The Library Concierge Project at Stanford University. The Journal of Creative Library Practice. June 6.

Bourg, Chris, Ross Coleman, and Ricky Erway. 2009. Support for the Research Process: An Academic Library Manifesto. Report produced by OCLC Research.

Bourg, Chris.  2008.  Lifelong Information Literacy: The Information Center’s Gift to Undergraduates.  Imprint Magazine, Volume 26, Number 1, Winter.

Bourg, Chris.  2005.  Stanford “Groks” the RLG Union Catalog.  RLG Focus, Issue 75, August.

Segal, Mady Wechsler and Chris Bourg.  2005.  Professional Leadership and Diversity in the Army.  In The Future of the Army Profession, 2nd Edition, edited by Don Snider and Lloyd J. Matthews.  New York: McGraw-Hill.

Ridgeway, Cecilia L. and Chris Bourg.  2004.  Gender as Status:  An Expectation States Approach.  In Psychology of Gender, 2nd Edition, edited by Alice Eagly, Anne Beall, and Robert Sternberg.  New York: Guilford.

Bourg, Chris. 2004. Review of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell: Debating the gay ban in the military, in Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews.

Segal, Mady Wechsler and Chris Bourg.  2002.  Professional Leadership and Diversity in the Army.  In The Future of the Army Profession, edited by Don Snider and Gayle L. Watkins.  New York: McGraw-Hill.

Bourg, Chris, and Mady Wechsler Segal. 2001.  Gender, Sexuality and the Military. In Gender Mosaics: Social Perspectives, edited by Dana Vannoy.  Los Angeles: Roxbury Press.

Bourg, Chris, and Mady Wechsler Segal. 1999.  The Impact of Family Supportive Policies and Practices on Organizational Commitment to the Army.  Armed Forces & Society, 25, 4:633-652.

Watkins, Gayle L. and Mary C. Bourg. 1997. The Effects of Gender on Cadet Selection for Leadership Positions at the United States Military Academy.  Minerva, XV(3), 63-63.
Presentations 
no crystal balls, ACRL University Libraries Section panel, Look into the Crystal Ball: Future Directions for Higher Education and Academic Libraries, ALA Annual Meeting, June 2015.
feminism and the collective collection, Boston Library Consortium Networking Day, June 2015.
The Once and Future Librarian, Faculty Symposium on the future of academic research libraries, McGill University, March 2015.
Never Neutral: Libraries, Technology and Inclusion, OLITA Spotlight, OLA Super Conference, January 2015.

Four Questions You Should Never Ask in Evaluation/Assesment in Libraries & IT, and a Number of Questions You Should, with Glenda Morgan and Joshua Morrill. CNI Spring 2014 Membership Meeting.

Taiga Panel: An Open Discussion on Leadership, with Damon Jaggars and Kristin Antelman. Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, March 2014.

Challenges of Gender Issues in Technology Librarianship Panel. ALA Midwinter Meeting, January 2014.

The Neoliberal Library: Resistance is not Futile. Invited talk at Duke University Libraries, 2014.

Curiouser & Curiouser: Librarianship in Wonderland. Presented at Dartmouth College Library on the 10th Anniversary of their Education and Outreach Program.

Beyond Measure: Valuing Libraries. Presented at the 2013 Acquisitions Institute.

Feminism and the Future of Library Discovery, with Bess Sadler. Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference, Stanford University, September 2013.

How ROI killed the academic library: A cautionary tale. Presented at the 2012 ABLD/EBSLG/APBSLG Joint Meeting at Stanford University.

Using a Sociological Imagination to Study Library Patrons. Invited talk at University of Notre Dame Libraries, 2008.

Stanford’s Success Story: Using Grokker for Federated Search, Categorization and Visualization. 2006 ALA MidWinter Meeting.

Using Grokker for Metasearch and Visualization. 2005 NISO workshop, Open URL and Metasearch

Stanford “Groks”: Using Grokker at Stanford. CNI Spring 2005 Task Force Meeting.

Responding to Digital Data Needs: The DEWI System, with Ron Nakao. 2004 IASSIST Annual Conference and 2004 Digital Library Federation Fall Forum.

Gender Mistakes and Inequality. Paper presented at the 2002 American Sociological Association Annual meeting.

Recognizing the Impact of Armed Forces on Systems of Inequality. Paper presented at the 2001 American Sociological Association annual meeting.

Bowling with Veterans: The Impact of Military Service on Subsequent Civic Engagement. Paper presented at the 2001 American Sociological Association annual meeting.

Professional Leadership and Diversity in the Army, with Mady Wechsler Segal. Paper presented at the 2001 United States Military Academy Senior Conference XXXVIII, The Future of the Army Profession.

Do Mistakes Matter? Examining the Impact of Status Mistakes on Interaction. Paper presented at the 2000 American Sociological Association annual meeting.

How Methodological Standardization Fosters Theoretical Creativity: Diverse Uses of the SES Software in Group Processes Research, Paper presented at the 2000 West Coast Conference for Small Group Research

Trends in Gender Role Attitudes, 1976-1997: The Continued Myth of Separate Worlds, with Shelley J. Correll. Paper presented at the 1999 American Sociological Association annual meeting.

The Effects of Gender on Cadet Selection for Leadership Positions at the United States Military Academy, with Gayle L. Watkins. Paper presented at the 1998 Leadership in a Gender-Diverse Military Conference.

Male Tokens in a Masculine Environment: Men with Military Mates. Paper presented at the 1995 American Sociological Association annual meeting.

The Impact of Family Supportive Policies and Practices on Organizational Commitment. Paper presented at the 1994 American Sociological Association annual meeting.

Unpublished manuscripts
Gender mistakes and inequality. Dissertation submitted to the Department of Sociology, Stanford University.

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