Paige Crowl

Teaching and Learning Librarian

A graduate of Emory, Paige joined the Oxford College Library in 2019. As the Library Contact for Biology, Computer Science, Economics, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology, Quantitative Theory and Methods, Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Paige works with faculty across the college to support their research and develop engaging library instruction for students. She is currently head of the Digital Projects Team at the library - reach out to her if you're interested in exploring digital projects at Oxford!

Paige also serves as co-chair of the Emory Libraries DEI Committee and regularly presents to colleagues on integrating social justice into librarianship.


BS| Emory University| 2017

MS| University of Illinois| 2019


  • Crowl, S. P., & Novosel, E. (2023). Anti-ableism in library instruction: Considerations for neurodivergent students. In A. R. Sanchez & Y. D. Mery (Eds.), The critical librarianship and pedagogy symposium: An anthology of works. The Association of College & Research Libraries.
  • Crowl, P. (2021). Sexuality. In C. LaGuardia (Ed.), Magazines for Libraries (No. 30th). ProQuest LLC.
  • Hackman, M. J., Bruchko, E. A., Raza, S., Crowl, P., & DuVernay, J. (2021). Organizing and facilitating critical conversations around systemic racism: Opportunities and challenges. Journal of Library Engagement and Outreach, 1(2).

Research Interests

Disability Studies, Queer Studies, Library Pedagogy, Inclusive Instruction