Associate Professor and Faculty Librarian for English and Music Michelle Reale published Becoming a Reflective Librarian and Teacher: Strategies for Mindful Academic Practice, a book that helps readers achieve better work-life balance through a step-by-step guide. Published by the American Library...
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The first week of October marked the kick-off of the Alumni Career Mentor program. The initiation reception on Oct. 4 brought together interested students and mentors to network and participate in a presentation and panel discussion led by two-time...
Michelle Reale, faculty librarian, had “Can I Call This Place Home?: Poetic Representation of a Border Crossing by Sea,” accepted for publication in the February 2015 issue of Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, a SAGE publication.
Michelle Reale ’99M, assistant professor, Library, has just released a collection of prose poetry titled The Legacy of the Sidelong Glance: Elegies through Aldrich Press. This collection explicates the rough terrain of the Sicilian-American immigrant experience in a place in which...
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I am a proud alumna of both Beaver College and Arcadia University. My official title is Professor, Access Services and Outreach librarian. I hold three Master's degrees in English, Library Science and Creative Writing (poetry) respectively. I am the author of five books in my field of Library Science and working on my sixth. As well, I am the author of several collections of poetry and collaborative collections. I am fully to committed to student learning and collaboration with my colleagues both in the library and campus at large.
"I know how to write forever. I don't think I could have happily stayed here in the world if I did not have a way of thinking about it, which is what writing is for me. It's control. Nobody tells me what to do. It's mine, it''s free, and it's a way of thinking. It's pure knowledge." Toni Morrison
" You have to practice your art, as does any artist, which in m view, means you dedicate at least part of each day of your entire life to nothing else."---Bud Goodall, The New Ethnography