Research News

Scholars at the School of Communication and Information take an interdisciplinary approach to research that spans the fields of information science, library studies, communication, journalism and media studies.

David Greenberg Named a 2021-2022 Cullman Fellow

Greenberg has been chosen as one of only 15 academics, independent scholars, creative writers, and visual artists working on book projects to be named a recipient of a Cullman Fellowship from the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library.

SchoolLibraryNJ: Addressing the Information Equity Gap

Associate Teaching Professor Joyce Valenza worked with LIS students and alumni to launch SchoolLibraryNJ, a website hosting a variety of LibGuides for students, parents, educators, administrators, and librarians to access critical resources for bridging information equity gaps.

David A. Love Contributes to “Four Hundred Souls"

Love, a faculty member at SC&I, wrote a chapter for the new book “Four Hundred Souls” that tells the history of the Royal African Company, an English slave-trading company that held a monopoly on the British slave trade between the African continent and the West Indies.

1789: A Pivotal Year of Conflict and Innovation Still Resonating in 2021

A new book by Associate Professor of Practice Marc Aronson explores the year 1789, a pivotal year in an era of enslavement, and conflict over human rights, that rippled throughout Europe, the Americas, and the Caribbean, and offers many insights into many of the global conflicts we still grapple with today.