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Alexis Logsdon, she/her/hers


Alexis Logsdon
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Position title
Humanities Research and Digital Scholarship Librarian
Libraries department
Arts & Humanities
Subject Librarian for
Classics and Near Eastern Studies
Jewish Studies
Religious Studies
Theater Arts and Dance


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Liaison to Classical and Near East Studies, Philosophy, and Religious Studies


BA, English, City College of New York

MA, English, University of California-Berkeley

MLIS, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee


Kaun, A., Logsdon, A., Seuferling, P., & Stiernstedt, F. (2022). Serving Machines: Technology Development in Heterotopian Media Backends. In L. Parks, J. Velkova, & S. De Ridder (Eds.), Media Backends: Digital Infrastructures and the Politics of Knowing. University of Illinois Press.

Logsdon, A., & Leebaw, D. (2021). Educating from the Margins: Academic Librarians and Academic Freedom. Journal of Academic Freedom.

Leebaw, Danya & Logsdon, Alexis. (2020). Power and Status (and Lack Thereof) in Academe: Academic Freedom and Academic Librarians. In the Library with the Lead Pipe. http://inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2020/power-and-status-and-lack-thereof-in-academe/

Gormly, B., Seale, M., Alpert-Abrams, H., Gustavson, A., Kemp, A., Lindquist, T., & Logsdon, A. (2019). Teaching with Digital Primary Sources: Literacies, Finding and Evaluating, Citing, Ethics, and Existing Models. https://doi.org/10.21428/65a6243c.6b419f2b

Leebaw, D., & Logsdon, A. (2019). The Cost of Speaking Out: ACRL 2019 Proceedings. https://experts.umn.edu/en/publications/the-cost-of-speaking-out-do-librarians-truly-experience-academic-

Wingo, R. S., Logsdon, A., & Schommer, C. (2018). Going viral: Copyright lessons from Max the Cat. College & Research Libraries News, 79(7). https://doi.org/10.5860/crln.79.7.350

Logsdon, A., Mars, A., & Tompkins, H. (2017). Claiming expertise from betwixt and between: Digital humanities librarians, emotional labor, and genre theory. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 24(2–4), 155–170. https://doi.org/10.1080/10691316.2017.1326862