Rebecca Hankins

Articles

Buchanan, Paula and Rebecca Hankins. “Using Auto Racing as a Model to Teach Economics for Grades K-12.” Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research 9.1 (2008): 3-12.

Hankins, Rebecca. “Oral History, Civil Rights, and the Archival Role,” Louisiana Weekly newspaper, Africa Rising Series: A Journey Through African Studies (July 19-25, 2004), 4, 7, Section B.

___. Michele Saunders, and Ping Situ. “Diversity initiatives vs. residency programs: Agents of Change?” C&RL News, Vol. 64, No. 5 (May 2003), 308-310, 315.

___. “Guide to Women’s Studies Manuscript Materials Cushing Memorial Library and Archives” Women’s Studies Program website, http://wmst.tamu.edu/library.htm, 2007.

___. “Jewish Holdings at the Amistad Research Center” chapter in Jews of New Orleans: An Archival Guide, edited by Lester Sullivan, written by Andrew Simons and the Greater New Orleans Archivist, New Orleans, LA: Greater New Orleans Archivists, 1998, 41-49.

___. “Uncovering Black Feminist Writers 1963-1990: An Evaluation of Their Coverage in Research Tools.” Reference & User Services Quarterly 48.3 (2009): 270-286.

Pickett, Carmelita, Jane Smith, and Hankins, Rebecca. “Creating a Climate of Change: Academic Libraries Develop Collaborative Model” ALA Versed: Bulletin of the Office for Diversity (January 2006), 6, 8. January 2006-Special Midwinter 2006 Issue. http://www.ala.org/ala/diversity/versed/versedbackissues/january2006abc/changeclimate.cfm

Stielow, Dr. Frederick J., Rebecca Hankins, and Venola Jones. “From Management Theory and Practical Administration to MARC-AMC: Or Throwing the Five Switch,” American Archivist (Fall 1995), 464-471.

Reference Book Entries

Hankins, Rebecca. “Marguerite Cartwright,” In: African American National Biography, Volume 2 edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. pp 201-203.

___. “Clarie Collins Harvey,” In: African American National Biography, Volume 3 edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. pp 109-110.

___. “Amistad Research Center,” In: Encyclopedia of Black Studies edited by Molefi Kete Asante and Ama Mazama. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc., 2005. pp 85-87.

Reviews

Hankins, Rebecca. Book review, “Invisible Darkness,” by Charles R. Larson, The Amistad Chronicles, 1993.

Newsletter Articles

Hankins, Rebecca. editor. AAPOn Point: Newsletter of TAMU’s African American Professional

___. editor. African Americann Studies Librarians Section Newsletter