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Conference Presentations

Sellie, Alycia. “Are We What We Collect?” Identity, Agency, and Culture in Academic Libraries Conference. Los Angeles, California, 22-23 May 2017.

Sellie, Alycia. “Unique to OCLC: The Peculiarities and Marvels of American Life and Librarianship as Viewed through the Wisconsin Historical Society’s Newspapers and Periodicals Collection.” Radical Collections Conference. Senate House Library, London, England, 3 March 2017.

Sellie, Alycia. “Backward C Inside a Circle: Free Culture in Zines.” Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing (SHARP) Conference 2015. Montreal, Canada, 9 July 2015.

Sellie, Alycia. “The Walled Garden of Ebook Surveillance,” at the LACUNY Institute 2015: Privacy and Surveillance: Library Advocacy for the 21st Century. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 8 May 2015.

Sellie, Alycia. “Zine Geographies and Genealogies: Mapping the Intellectual Landscape of Anti and Protest Publications,” at the Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture’s conference, “Protest on the Page: Print Culture History in Opposition to Almost Anything.*” University of Wisconsin-Madison, 30 Sept. 2012.

Cirasella, Jill, Mariana Regalado, Alycia Sellie, Beth Evans, and Frans Albarillo. “Do You Know Your Rights About What You Write? Understanding Authors’ Rights and Open Access.” Poster presentation. Faculty Day Conference. Brooklyn College, 23 May 2012.

Sellie, Alycia, Jill Cirasella and Maura A. Smale. “Open Access Publishing: Activism by and for CUNY Library Faculty,” As part of the panel, “Libraries, Librarians, and Advocacy.” LACUNY Dialogues. CUNY Graduate Center. 23 Jan. 2012.

Sellie, Alycia. “You Don’t Need My Permission: Freeing Scholarship by Hacking Copyright,” as part of the panel “Copyright, Fair Use and Open License Tools Online.” CUNY 10th Annual IT Conference. John Jay College, New York, 2 Dec. 2011.

Sellie, Alycia. “What’s a Zine, Anyway? The New Underground Press Collection at the Brooklyn College Library,” Faculty Day Conference. Brooklyn College, 25 May 2011.

Sellie, Alycia, and Matthew Goins. “The Rights of Readers and the Threat of the Kindle,” Association of College and Research Libraries Annual Conference. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1 April 2011.

Sellie, Alycia. “Meta-Radicalism: The Alternative Press by and for Activist Librarians,” at The Center for the History of Print Culture in Modern America’s conference, “Library History Seminar XII: Libraries in the History of Print Culture.” University of Wisconsin-Madison, 10 Sept. 2010.

Sellie, Alycia. “Pedagogical Freedom: Debian, Free Software, and Education,” Debian Day/DebConf10. Columbia University, 2 Aug. 2010.

Sellie, Alycia. “Radical Research,” as part of the NYC Radical Reference Collective in the panel, “Research for the Revolution: Radical Research Strategies for Movement Building.” United States Social Forum, Detroit, Michigan, 23 June 2010.

Sellie, Alycia, and Matthew Goins. “The Rights of Readers and the Threat of the Kindle,” Conference on Intellectual Property. Iona College, 30 April 2010.

Sellie, Alycia. “Zine Anatomy,” at the Zine Librarians (Un)Conference, Seattle, Washington. 15 March 2009.

Sellie, Alycia and Melissa Morrone. “Alternative Voices on the Internet: Managing News Online,” Grassroots Media Conference. Hunter College, 2 March 2008.