Humanities Research Librarian
Research and Learning, Academic Outreach
James Branch Cabell Library, Room 121F
- M.L.I.S. Library and Information Science, University of Washington, 2005
- M.A. History, Ohio State University, 2003
- B.A. History, University of Washington, 1998
- B.A. Latin, University of Washington, 1998
Previous professional experience
- Program Assistant, Undergraduate Library, University of Washington, 2005-2006
- Graduate Reference Assistant, Suzzallo & Allen Library, University of Washington, 2004-2005
- Student Assistant, Art Slide Library, University of Washington, 2003-2004
Writing Researched Fiction, ENGL 437, (Co-instructor)
- University of Washington
Information Research Strategies in History, HIST 221
- The Ohio State University
- War in the Ancient Mediterranean World, HIST 504 (Grader)
- Early Roman Empire, 31 B.C.-A.D. 180, HIST 503 (Grader)
- Western Civilization: Antiquity to 17th Century, HIST 111 (Teaching Assistant)
- American Civilization to 1877, HIST 151 (Teaching Assistant)
- Glover. J. (2015). Just the facts, monster: How to dig deeper than the internet for accurate storytelling. Panel moderator, World Horror Convention, Atlanta, GA.
- Glover, J. (2015). Node, edge, or tentacle: Data and the Lovecraftian literary network. Presented at the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, FL.
- Glover, J. (2014). Write what you research. Panel moderator, James River Writers Annual Conference, Richmond, VA.
- Glover, J. (2014). Digital humanities and the Dartmouth College Library. Invited consultant at unconference run in conjunction with Leslie/Neukom conference, “The Digital Crucible: Arts & Humanities & Computation,” Hanover, NH.
- Glover, J. and Keogh, K. (2014). The artist in the library: Research services for creators. Presented at the College Art Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
- Glover, J.T. (2015. Be still my dear, and listen. Makeout Creek, 7.
- Glover, J. & Keogh, K. (2013). Pedal to the metal: Our year of DH. dh+lib.
- Glover, J. (2010). Narrative and librarianship. In Smallwood, C. (Ed.), Writing and publishing: The librarian's handbook (4-5). Chicago: American Library Association.
- Glover, J. (2010). Poetry and librarianship. In Smallwood, C. (Ed.), Writing and publishing: The librarian's handbook (4-5). Chicago: American Library Association.
- Glover, J., Bosman, R., Prince, M. (2008). Growing adult readers: Promoting leisure reading in academic libraries. Urban Library Journal (15)1.
- Glover, J. T. (2008). Aryan elves and damsels distressed: a librarian-writer’s view of bias in American SF. Fantasy Magazine.
- Glover, J. (2007). Telling stories to get the job. LIScareer.
Selected university service
- University Hearing Board
- VCU Safe Zone
Selected VCU Libraries service
- Peer Review Committee
- American Library Association
- International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts
- Association of Writers and Writing Programs
- Association of College and Research Libraries
- Literatures in English Section
- Executive Committee, Ex Officio
- Editor, Biblio-Notes
- Chair, Publications Committee
- Co-chair, Reference Discussion Group
- Arts Section
- ACRL Digital Curation Interest Group
- Literatures in English Section
Collection management subject areas
- Libarianship. Cabell Reference Collection: humanities.
- Humanities librarianship; digital humanities; information literacy; library outreach; writing; research practices of writers
- James River Writers, Board of Directors