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.
Pending: 1 article revised and resubmitted; 1 book chapter forthcoming, 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).