Publications and Presentations



“Chapter 28: A Potluck of Expertise: Inviting Boston Public Schools’ Juniors to Use Northeastern’s Archives and Special Collections’ Pantry to Build Their Recipes,” Molly Brown and Regina Pagani, Teaching with Primary Sources Cookbook, ACRL 2021. 

“It Starts at Home: Infusing Radical Empathy into Graduate Education” Nicole A. Cooke, Kellee E. Warren, Molly Brown, and Athena Jackson, Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies Vol. 3, 2020. 



Presenter, “Inside and Outside the Reading Room”

Providence, Rhode Island, New England Archivists, Spring 2020, [Cancelled due to COVID-19]

Presenter, “COORDINATING COLLABORATION: Bringing Local Primary Source Education to the Boston Public Schools Curricula”

College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, Massachusetts History Alliance Conference, June 2019

Facilitator, “Writing Our History: Using City Archives, Community Interviews, and Boston-Based Lit to Explore Our Past” 

Boston Public Schools Teacher Summer Institute, Boston University, Summer 2018

Panel member, “Radical Empathy in Archival Practice” 

Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale, New England Archivists & Archivists Roundtable of Metropolitan, Spring 2018

Presenter, “Simmons College, the ‘curriculum,’ and me: Seeking ethics of care in LIS education”
Northeastern University, Design for Diversity Forum, 2017

Presenter, “Integrating empathy: How feminist ethics of care can be included in archival education”

Oregon Convention Center, Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, 2017

Presenter, “Confronting the curriculum: Incorporating radical empathy into archival training”

Simmons College, Diversity, Equity, Race, Accessibility, and Identity in LIS (DERAIL) Forum, 2017

Presenter, “Digital collections and empathetic outreach: Engaging the remote user”

Yiddish Book Center, New England Archivists Fall Meeting, 2016

Presenter, “Bringing the Abby Williams Hill Collection to life”

University of Puget Sound, Behind the Archives Door Series, 2015

Presenter, “Mapping the Abby Williams Hill Collection”

Willamette University, Northwest 5 Consortium Visual Culture Colloquium, 2014