This is the public website of Julie M. Still, librarian, researcher, historian, reader, writer, and speaker. Good, bad or in between, the opinions expressed here are solely my own.
The book is out! I co-authored a chapter with Kelly Lelito on the Bene Gesserit (from Frank Herbert’s Dune) in the book To Boldly Go: Leadership, Strategy, and Conflict in the 21st Century and Beyond (edited by Jonathan Klug and Steven Leonard). Now available on Amazon.
Pending: 1 article revised and resubmitted, abstract accepted for a book chapter, proposal for a conference paper accepted
Blog Post: On Being a Peer Reviewer
Presentation: “Marketing Kodak’s Bicycle Cameras,” Economic History and Business Society 5/18/2021 [virtual conference]
Blog Post: Some history on the chapter in Transfer Student Success
Co-authored Book Chapter: “Literature Review: Library Services to Transfer Students,” co-authored with Samantha Kannegiser, in Transfer Student Success: Academic Library Outreach and Engagement, edited by Nancy Fawley, Ann Marshall, and Mark Robison, published by the American Library Association.
Now available for pre-order!: “They Exist Only to Serve: The Bene Gesserit and Informal Power,” (co-authored with Kelly A. Lelito) to be published in To Boldly Go: Leadership, Strategy, and Conflict in the 21st Century and Beyond, edited by Jonathan Klug and Steven Leonard. Casemate Publishers, November, 2021.
New Blog Post: A holiday themed entry on an old recipe: Unusual Corn Casserole
Blog Post: “A Few Notes on Fantômette,” giving some background on the article.
Article: Mille Pompons! Fantômette, the Famous, Unknown, Schoolgirl Superhero of France, Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures 12 #1 (2020): 168-183. https://jeunessejournal.ca/index.php/yptc/article/view/519
Two short videos added to the Media page.
Blog Post: “Amazing Stories,” a brief history of the magazine
Presentation: “Bessie Agnes Dwyer, An American Pioneer,” Mid-Atlantic Popular Culture Association, Pittsburgh, 11/07/2019
Co-edited Book: Buffy to Batgirl: Essays on Female Power, Evolving Femininity and Gender Roles in Science Fiction and Fantasy, (monograph, co-edited with Zara Wilkinson) now available from McFarland. (See brief blog post for the cover).