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Stacy Fowler

Associate Professor  | Technical Services Librarian

Education

  • M.A., St. Mary's University, 2009
  • M.L.S., Texas Woman's University, 2004
  • B.A., University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003

Biography

Professor Fowler joined the Sarita Kenedy East Law Library in 2005. She has a bachelor of arts in English and master’s degrees in library science and international relations. She is a seasoned speaker and writer, whose poems have been published in university journals, including the Pecan Grove Review from St. Mary’s University, The Tau from Lourdes University and the Pomona Valley Review from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She has presented at numerous national and regional conferences on diverse subjects such as laws pertaining to women in the U.S. military and the current use of eBooks in U.S. law libraries. Fowler is currently working on a book about women in the military on film.

Publications

Publications

  • Watching (poem), Pecan Grove Review (2017)
  • Before and Memories (poems), Pomona Valley Review (2017)
  • Comparative Law for Spanish-English Speaking Lawyers: Legal Cultures, Legal Terms and Legal Practice (book review), International Journal of Legal Information (March 2017)
  • Texas Legal Research, second edition (book review), Law Library Journal (Spring 2017)
  • The Current State of E-Books in U.S. Law Libraries: A Survey. Co-written with Wilhelmina Randtke. Law Library Journal (Summer 2016)
  • And Other Duties as Assigned: Expanding the Boundaries of the E-resource Life Cycle to Get Things Done.  Co-written with Marcella Lesher and Esta Tovstiadi. The Serials Librarian (2016)
  • The Serial Set: Its Makeup and Contents (book review), Law Library Journal (Spring 2015)
  • Reflections (poem), Pecan Grove Review (2015)
  • The Blankness of the Page and Heartache in the Words of Alan Jackson (poems), The Tau (2015)
  • Beyond Our Boundaries. Co-written with Liana Morales. AALL Spectrum (May 2014)
  • Welcome to San Antonio! Co-written with Liana Morales. AALL Spectrum (April 2014)
  • Spine Bending: The Favorite Novels of Law Librarians, AALL Spectrum (April 2014)
  • People Pleaser (poem), Pecan Grove Review (2014)
  • Natural Resource Investment and Africa’s Development (book review), AALL Spectrum Online (September 2011)
  • Research Handbook on the Economics of Property Law (book review), AALL Spectrum Online (July 2011)
  • The Political Economy of Intellectual Property Rights (book review), AALL Spectrum Online (February 2011)

Presentations

  • What’s in a Name?: Gender Disparity of Titular Characters in Military Movies, South Central Modern Language Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, 2018.
  • Cases or Spaces: What’s the 21st Century Law Library Look Like? SWALL Annual Meeting, Houston, TX, 2018.
  • What’s in a Name?: Gender Disparity of Titular Characters in Military Movies, Southwest Popular/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2018.
  • Decluttering Your Library.  SWALL Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2017.
  • You’ve Come a Long Way, Soldier: A Brief History of Important Laws and Decisions Affecting Women in the United States Military.  SWALL Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2017.
  • More than a Few Good Women: Silver Screen Portrayals of Women in the Military, Southwest Popular/American Culture Association Annual Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2017.
  • And Other Duties as Assigned: Expanding the Boundaries of the E-resource Life Cycle to Get Things Done.  NASIG Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2015.
  • eBooks in Law Libraries: A Survey of National Trends.  SWALL Annual Meeting, Boulder, Colorado, 2015.
  • eBooks in Law Libraries: A Survey of National Trends.  Electronic Resources & Libraries Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas, 2015.
  • As Real as It Gets: Using Government Information in Everyday Life.  Law Library seminar, St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas, 2014.
  • You’ve Come a Long Way, Soldier: A Brief History of Important Laws and Decisions Affecting Women in the United States Military.  Women’s History Month, St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas, 2014.
  • Leadership and Management from the Perspective of Newer Librarians.  Panel participant at the Southwestern Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 2012.
  • Five Flags: San Antonio’s Multinational History.  SWALL Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 2012.
  • Five Flags: San Antonio’s Multinational History.  Federal Depository Library Council Spring Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 2011.
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