YA Strike Zone Archives
Anthony Bernier is full Professor at San Jose State University’s School of Information where he teaches, conducts research, and publishes on the administration of equitable services with young people. A fourteen-year YA specialist librarian and veteran administrator, he is a former chair of YALSA’s New Directions Task Force, served a four-year term on ALA’s Committee on Accreditation (COA), and published a Festschrift honoring VOYA co-founder Dorothy M. Broderick. He lives in Oakland, California, and rides a BMW R1150RT.
April 2017: No Safe Space Haven in a Public World
February 2017: Reviving “Rubin”
December 2016: YALSA’s Cynical Heart: Reproducing the Adultist Agenda
October 2016: Flaming Youth Has Become a Flaming Question
August 2016: Born or Made
April 2016: The Coming of the Post-Teen “Young Adult”
February 2016: The Global Pulse: International Influences on YA Practice
October 2015: The Future’s Not Ours to See
August 2015: The Emerging Youth Suffrage Movement!
June 2015: Reimagining the YA Volunteer
April 2015: Beneath the Carnegie Library Wheel
February 2015: Reflections on Dr. Mary K. Chelton’s Retirement
December 2014: The Not-So-Great YA Space Debate