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- In progress: White Women’s Participation in the (Attempted) Genocide of Native Americans. In Feminists Talk Whiteness. Taylor & Francis. Forthcoming 2022.
- The Role of Libraries in the Eradication of Information Poverty and Empowerment of Women. In C. Mnubi-Mchombu and T.V. Warikandwa (Eds.), Women’s Rights and the Role of Women in Poverty Eradication: A Contemporary Namibian Perspective, 2017.
- An exploration into the role of public libraries in the alleviation of information inequality and poverty in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa .[Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa. 2016.
- Archives of Interest: The Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian (GWSL). Insights: Notes from the CCWH, 2018.