Alumni Christine McEvilly recent had an article published in Archival Issues Vol. 32, no. 2.
Alumni Yvonne Garrett is currently a Ph.D. student in the History & Culture program at Drew University. Yvonne was accepted into the first cohort (2017-2018) of the Early Career Workshop at the Center for Women's History @ NY Historical Society.She is also an Assistant Web Editor for IASPM-US [International Association of the Study of Popular Music-U.S.] In 2017 she presented at "Summoning the Archive" at the Institute for Public Knowledge @ NYU. Her presentation focused on "The Importance of Materiality & DIY (Self) Production in American Feminist Periodicals of the 20th and 21st Centuries." In 2016 she also presented at " Crafting Culture: Perspectives on Censorship" Conference @ Drew Univ. Her presentation focused on "Censorship & 20th Century American Popular Music." This is in addition to a number of book and article reviews in prominent industry publications.
Staring in 2016, he along with colleagues have published a collections of writings from Teens who live in Rockland County, NY. In the article, we provided a brief overview of the project.
Daddio, J., Gordon, J., Gottfried, M., Phillips, M., & Sullivan, D., (2017). Scrawl: Rockland Teens Write. Voya, 40 (1), 20-21.
The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), announced Georgina Rivas-Martinez of the South Huntington Public Library, in South Huntington, NY as its representative in the 2019 Emerging Leader program.