Allison-Cassin, Stacy, and Antoine Damiens, editors. Counter Archives: Communities. Concordia University Press, Forthcoming 2024.

Allison-Cassin, Stacy, et al., editors. “Indigenous Knowledge and Data in Ethical Information Management.” The Serials Librarian, 2023, pp. 1–1. Taylor and Francis+NEJM, , Forthcoming early 2024.

Allison-Cassin, Stacy, and Dean Seeman, editors. Special Issue: Metadata as Knowledge. KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies Journal. August 2022.

Book Chapters

Allison-Cassin, S. (2024). Wikidata in Canada: A Review of the Landscape. In Open Knowledge and Wikimedia Projects in Canada. Athabasca University Press/Presses de l’Université de Montréal. Forthcoming

Allison-Cassin, S. (2023). “Indigenous Nationhood, Sovereignty and Linked Data: A Wikidata Case Study Examination of the Métis Nation.” In K. Burlingame, A. Provo, & B. M. Watson (Eds.), Ethics in Linked Data. Litwin Press.

Peer Reviewed Articles

Allison-Cassin, S. (2020). Bodies, Brains, and Machines: An Exploration of the Relationship between the Material and Affective States of Librarians and Information Systems. Library Trends, 68(3), 409–430.

Preprint version:

Allison-Cassin, S., & Scott., D. (2018). Wikidata: a platform for your library’s linked open data. The Code4Lib Journal, (40). Retrieved from

Allison-Cassin, S. (2016). A Scenes Approach to Metadata Models for Music. Journal of Library Metadata, 16(3-4), 181–201.

Allison-Cassin, S. (2014). The Possibility of the Infinite Library: Exploring the Conceptual Boundaries of Work and Texts of Bibliographic Description. In S. D. Miksa (Ed.), Functional future for bibliographic control: transitioning into new communities of practice and awareness. London: Routledge.

Allison-Cassin, S. (2012) “The Possibility of the Infinite Library: Exploring the Conceptual Boundaries of Works and Texts of Bibliographic Description” Journal of Library Metadata 12.2-3

Investigating the Value of Scholarly Book Reviews for the Work of Academic Reference Librarians“. The Journal of Academic Librarianship32.5 (2006): 452-66. Co-authored with: J. Dilevko (Principal author), B. McMillan, C. Mauro, J. Aspinall. doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2006.07.001 ISSN 0099-1333

“The Canadian Music Centre and the Digital Delivery of Scores”CAML Review Vol. 33: No. 1-2 (2005) ISSN 1708-6701

Selected Other Writing

Allison-Cassin, S. (2017). Research libraries and Wikimedia: A shared commitment to diversity, open knowledge, and community participation – Wikimedia Blog.

Lih, A., Allison-Cassin, S., Wyatt, L., Stephenson-Goodknight, R., & Fernandez, R. (2017). Wikipedia Weekly Podcast: WikidataCon 2017. Retrieved from

“One Big Library Unconference” with William Denton (York University) AccessOLA
Winter 2009. ISSN 1201-0472

Scholr 2.0: a white paper by Scholars Portage” Co-authored with Mita Williams (University of Windsor). 2007

Book Reviews

Allison-Cassin, S. (2021). Indigenous Research: The International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion (IJIDI), 5(1), 111–114.

Allison-Cassin, S. (2018). Book Review: Leveraging Wikipedia. The International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion, 2(4). Retrieved from

Allison-Cassin, S. (2006). Frank Welsman: Canadian Conductor (Book Review). CAML Review / Revue de l’ACBM, 34(3). Retrieved from

Allison-Cassin, S. (2005). Traveling Music: Playing Back the Soundtrack to My Life and Times (Book Review). CAML Review / Revue de l’ACBM, 33(3). Retrieved from