Austin, J. (forthcoming 2019). Representative Library Collections as a Response to the Institutional Oppression of LGBTQ Youth of Color. International Journal of Information, Diversity & Inclusion (IJIDI). 3(1).
Austin, J. (2018). Sentenced to Read. Young Adult Library Services. 16(4), 31-36.
Austin, J. (2018). Restorative justice as a tool to address the role of policing and incarceration in the lives of youth in the United States. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0961000618787979.
Austin, J. (2017). Reform and revolution: Juvenile detention center libraries in the 1970s. Libraries: Culture, History, and Society. 1(2), 240-266.
Austin, J. (2016). Questioning “positive development”: Toward centering YA library practice on the lived realities of youth. In B. Mehra and K. Rioux (eds.) Progressive community action: Critical theory and social justice in library and information sciences (249-281). Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press.
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Austin, J., Coyle, J., and Montague, R.A. (2014). Creating collaborative library services to incarcerated youth. In Bertram C. Bruce, Ann Peterson Bishop and Nama R. Budhathoki (eds.) Youth community inquiry : new media for community and personal growth (119-131). New York: Peter Lang.
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