Criminal Justice Gets Boost from Karen Evans

Karen Evans’ (Reference/Instruction Librarian, Public Services) bibliographic essay, “Beauty and the Beast: Violence in the Lives of Women and Girls,” appeared as the lead article in the most recent issue of Choice (December 2013, 51(4): 583-591).  Karen also serves as the chair of the Criminal Justice Discussion Group for the American Library Association’s Anthropology and Sociology section.  In this capacity she has arranged for Dr. Larry Sullivan, chief librarian at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, to speak at the group’s meeting at the ALA midwinter conference in Philadelphia.  The College of Criminal Justice at John Jay has the world’s largest library of criminal justice items in the world.

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