Miranda Dube

Phone: (603) 641-4195

Room 274

Miranda Dube


Miranda Dube is the Adjunct Faculty Librarian for Library Instruction. After obtaining her BA in Communication Arts from the University of New Hampshire at Manchester in 2015, she completed a year of service with AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Program. During this year of service Miranda worked with the Concord City Prosecutor's Office, Concord Police Department, NH State Police, Goffstown Women's Prison (now referred to as NHCFW), Shea Farm, and the Hillsborough County House of Corrections, to provide services to victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in a court based setting.

This year of service has influenced Miranda's research and educational goals.

As part of her graduate degree work, Miranda began researching New Hampshire public libraries and their service frameworks for survivors. This research is expected to be completed by Fall 2019.


    Academic library service to domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. Public Services Quarterly, 14(2). Doi: 1080/15228959.2018.1449703

    Ongoing: Public library services to domestic violence and sexual assault survivors in New Hampshire-ongoing research.


    Miranda's interests focus on critical pedagogy in information literacy, library services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, and labor relations in librarianship.


    GLBTRT Reviews Committee Member 2018-2020
    NELA Member 2018-Current
    ACRL Member 2017-Current
    LRRT Member 2017-Current
    SRRT Member 2017-Current
    SRT Member 2017- Current


    Dr. Margaret Pobywajlo Award for Diversity and Inclusive Excellence, 2013


    MLIS,  University of Rhode Island, 2018

    BA  Communication Arts, University of New Hampshire at Manchester, 2015

Conference Presentations:

    URI Graduate Conference, Spring 2018 "Academic Library Service to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Survivors".
    YALS, Fall 2018, "Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victims in New Hampshire: Utilizing the Public Library During Recovery".
    NELA, Fall 2018, "The Library as Advocate for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Survivors".