MLIS San Jose State University, 2009
Cultural anthropology, poverty and homelessness, applied anthropology, information science
Wednesdays from 2:00pm – 4:00pm, via Zoom
Education: Santa Rosa Junior College, Sonoma State University, University of Kansas, San Jose State University.
Research Interests: Medical Anthropology, Urban Poverty, Discourse Analysis, Homelessness, Identity and the Self, Technology and Learning, and the "cultural consequences of changing information systems."
Quincy is currently working with the RUSH Medical Center in the Alzheimer's Research Center as a qualitative research coordinator, helping with various research projects as a qualitative analyst.
Publications & Presentations
Ward T, Braun B, Hull S, McCrary Q. Do We Have an Ethical Obligation to Provide a
Team Approach to Nursing Care for Obstetric Patients Admitted to the Critical Care
Unit? Clin Nurse Spec. 2023 Mar-Apr 01;37(2):51-53. doi: 10.1097/NUR.0000000000000726.
Folk JB, Hirschtritt ME, McCrary QD, Kalapatapu RK. Agreement between Youth Self-Report and Biospecimen-Confirmed Substance Use: A Systematic Review. Subst Use Misuse. 2022;57(4):531-538. doi: 10.1080/10826084.2021.2019783. Epub 2022 Jan 4. PMID: 35006043; PMCID: PMC8890782.
Folk JB, Hirschtritt ME, McCrary QD, Kalapatapu RK. Agreement between Youth Self Report and Biospecimen-Confirmed Substance Use: A Systematic Review. Subst Use Misuse. Jan 4:1-8. PMID: 35006043.
Australian and New Zealand guideline for mild to moderate head injuries in children – predict. (2021). https://www.predict.org.au/head-injury-guideline/ “We thank Mr Quincy McCrary and Ms Sara Pimental, Kaiser Permanente Librarian Services, USA”
McCrary, Quincy; Boothe, Scott; Bayrer, Rebecca. Empowering Culturally Competent Care: How hospital librarians support cultural and linguistic competency at a major health care institution MLA 2020. Virtual Conference
McCrary, Quincy; Melton, Eve; Boothe, Scott. Satisfying the cultural and linguistic competency requirements of Assembly Bill 1195: How hospital librarians support diverse continuing medical education at a major health care institution NCNMLG/MLGSCA Joint Meeting San Francisco, CA
McCrary, Q. (2017). Small Library Research: Using Qualitative and User-Oriented Research to Transform a Traditional Library into an Information Commons. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 12(1), 34-49 doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.18438/B8863
English-Lueck J. A. (2006). Emerging global cultures(3rd ed.). Pearson Custom. Chapter 1 – Introduction. J.A. English-Lueck and Quincy McCrary
Magic and Folklore in Grateful Dead Spirituality.So Many Roads Conference and Symposium. San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
Panel on Social Justice Archeology. Annual Meeting of the American Archeological Association. Oahu, HI
Understanding Discourses on Homelessness in the United States. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Baltimore, MI
2012 – 2019
Moderator and Treasurer, California Conference on Library Instruction
Session Mediator. Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group /Medical Library Group of Southern California and Arizona Joint Meeting.
The Political Nature of Digital Cultural Heritage. Liber Quarterly, Winter 2010. Vol 20, No 3 (2010).
E-portfolio for the M.L.I.S. program at San Jose State University, San Jose, CA. E-portfolio: http://sites.google.com/site/qmccrary/quincydaltonmccrary'seportfolio
Open Access, Publishing, and the Peer-Review Process: An overview. SJSU Fall 2009 Vol 1, No 2 (2009). http://infosherpas.com/ojs/index.php/openandlibraries/issue/current
Finding Shelter on the Kaw: An Examination of Emergency Shelters in Lawrence, Kansas. University of Kansas, 2008, 165 pages; AAT 1454577.
Are You Going to Throw that Away?: Consumption and homelessness in Lawrence, KS.
Paper presented at annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Chicago, IL
Reading Homelessness in the Media.
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Santa Fe, NM
Changing Stereotypes: Volunteer Culture at Sonoma State University. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology