Ellen Sexton

Ellen Sexton

Associate Professor
Phone number: 
212 237 8258

Education

  • Specialist Diploma (Post-Masters) Studies in Librarianship. Queens College, CUNY.
  • Master of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences.  Hunter College, CUNY. 
  • Diploma in Librarianship and Information Studies.  University College Dublin (National University of Ireland).
  • B.A. (moderatorship) Natural Sciences. (Physiology).  Trinity College Dublin.        

Publications

Chao, S.J., Evans, B., Phillips, R., Polger, M.A., Posner, B., Sexton, E. (2013) Developing sustainable international library exchange programs: The CUNY-Shanghai library faculty exchange model. Metropolitan Universities Journal, 24(3), 102-123.

Belcher, E. & Sexton, E. (2008).  Digitizing criminals: Web delivery of a century on the cheap.  OCLC Systems & Services: International Digital Library Perspectives, 24(2): 116-132.  DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/10650750810875467

Sexton, E. (2006). Journal use by graduate students as indicated by masters’ theses bibliographies at an urban commuter college, 1991-2004.  Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian, 24(2): 93-111. 

Raghavan, C., Mennerich, A., Sexton, E. & James, S.  (2006). Community violence and it's direct, indirect, and mediating effects on intimate partner violence.  Violence against women, 12(12): 1132-1149.   

Sexton, E. (2004). Resources for forensic psychology. Reference Services Review, 32(2): 195-210. 

Sexton, E. (2001). Stachybotrys – media hype or true hazard?  Library and archival security, 17(2):7-27.

Non-peer reviewed:   

Sexton, E.  (2014).  Resources in English on the criminal justice system of the People’s Republic of  China.  Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Annual: Global Perspectives.  Vol. 6 (NS Vol. 1).

Intelligent agent concepts in the modern library (presented by Valeda Dent).  Conference report, 44th LACUNY Institute at Baruch College, CUNY. (2007).  Library Hi Tech news, 7:7-14. 

Eight entries (Urban gangs.  Red Cross.  United States Sanitary Commission.  Prisons, Federal. 

Kaye, Judith. Santaella, Irma Vidal.  Manton, Martin Thomas.  Chandler, George Fletcher). (2005). In Encyclopedia of New York State. NY: Syracuse University Press.  Pages 1622-3, 1288, 1611-1612, 1251-1252, 832, 1352, 954 and 304, respectively.   

Literature supplement on policing. (2004, Spring).  Law Enforcement News. 

Crime laboratories & Chemical and biological terrorism. (2004). In Sullivan, L. (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement. State and local law enforcement volume.  Thousand Oaks, CA: SagePages 105-107, and 47-49, respectively. 

Chemical and biological terrorism. (2004).  In Sullivan, L. (Ed.).  Encyclopedia of Law  Enforcement, Federal law enforcement volume. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Pages 575-577.

Environmental design &  Toxicology.   (2002). In Encyclopedia of crime and punishment, (pp. 1628-1632).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.  Pages 624-628 and 1628-1632, respectively. 

Seven entries (Rewards for Justice, Leaderless resistance, Homeland Security Office of, FBI, Delta Force, Asymmetrical warfare, &  Anthrax).  (2002). In Kuschner, H.(Ed.). Encyclopedia of terrorism.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.  Pages 317-318, 214-215, 172-173, 132-134, 105-106, 54-56, 35-37, respectively. 

Sullivan, L. (Ed.).  (2009).  Sage Glossary of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.   Contributing author, supplied 10,000 words on various media/information terms. 

DIGITAL LIBRARY RESOURCE

Belcher, E. and Sexton, E. (2007).  Crime in New York 1850-1950 Digital Library.  Released in 2007, this scholarly resource was created and designed by the authors and provides unrestricted access to primary archival resources held by Lloyd Sealy Library's Special Collections.  Available at http://www.lib.jjay.cuny.edu/crimeinny