Braverman Award Essays

Award Year 2011:
Design Implications: How Space Can Transform the Library and Its Public by Tiffany Chow
Published in Progressive Librarian Issue #36/37, pp. 71-76

Award Year 2010:
"Breaking Secrets" In the Catalog: Proposing the Black Queer Studies Collection At the University of Texas at Austin by Kristen Hogan
Published in Progressive Librarian Issue #34/35, pp. 50-57

Award Year 2009:
Marketing the Library? Why Librarians Should Focus On Stewardship and Advocacy by Sarah Clark
Published in Progressive Librarian Issue #33, pp. 93-100

Award Year 2008:
Just Throw It All Away! (and Other Thoughts I Have Had That May Bar Me From a Career In Archiving by Miriam Rigby
Published in Progressive Librarian Issue #31, pp. 46-52

Award Year 2007:
Towards a Progressive Discourse On Community Needs Assessment: Perspectives From Collaborative Ethnography and Action Research by Marcel A. Q. LaFlamme
Published in Progressive Librarian Issue #29, pp. 55-62

Award Year 2006:
Becoming Responsible Mediators: The Application of Postmodern Perspectives to Archival Arrangement & Description by Joseph Deodato
Published in Progressive Librarian Issue #27, pp. 52-63

Award Year 2005:
Public Library Collection Development Issues Regarding the Information Needs of GLBT Patrons by Jennifer Downey
Published in Progressive Librarian Issue #25, pp. 86-95

Award Year 2003:
Operation - Patriots Act: The Role of School Libraries In Promoting a Free and Informed Society by Michele Sipley
Published in Progressive Librarian Issue #22, pp. 52-61

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