Brook, Freeda, and Martinique Hallerduff,. “Humans to the Front! Feminist Academic Library Leaders.” Critical Librarianship and Library Management, edited by David Ketchum, Emerald Group Publishing Limited. In Review.

Hallerduff, Martinique. “Excavating the Conversation on a Research Topic.” The Critical Information Sources Cookbook, edited by Morris, Sarah, ACRL, 2019.forthcoming

Hallerduff, Martinique, and Jennifer Lau-Bond. “Interrogating Sources and Sharing Findings.” The Critical Information Sources Cookbook, edited by Sarah Morris, ACRL, 2019. forthcoming

Haller, Martinique. "Trickle Down Teaching: Encouraging Collaborative Teaching by Using a Peer Model of Mentoring New Instruction Librarians." Mentoring in Librarianship: Essays on Working with Adults and Students to Further the Profession. Eds. Carol Smallwood and Rebecca Tolley-Stokes Jefferson, NC: McFarland Press, 2012. 206-212. Print.

Haller, Martinique. "A-Z of Homosexuality, Book Review." Rev. of A-Z of Homosexuality by Brent L. Pickett. Feminist Collections 31.3 Summer 2010. Print.

Haller, Martinique. "Online Trip Planning Tools Getting Better." Momentum The Magazine for Self-Propelled People46.7 (2010): 23. Print


Hallerduff, Martinique and Molly Mansfield. “The Authority of Personal Experience: Examining Feminist Pedagogical Practices That Affirm Unlikely Voices.” Critical Librarianship and Pedagogy Symposium, University of Arizona, Tuscon AZ. Nov 2018. Hosted Roundtable Discussion. forthcoming

Hallerduff, Martinique, and Jennifer Lau-Bond, “Interrogating Sources with First Year Students.” CARLI Instruction Showcase. May 2018. Webinar.

Hallerduff, Martinique and Sara Stigberg, "Enhancing and Assessing Students' Research Skills." Illinois Community  College Assessment Fair, Harper College, Palatine IL. 26. Feb 2016. Hosted Roundtable Discussion.

Hallerduff, Martinique. “What’s your discipline? Half of students don’t know.” Focus on the First Year. Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL.  24 April 2015. Video presentation.

---.“Response to Homophobia in Storytelling.” 2nd Story Podcast. Chicago, IL. March 2015. Podcast.

---.“What Can You Do With an English Degree?” English Department Career Panel. Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL 3 March 2015. Panelist.

Haller, Martinique and Amanda Wornhoff. “Your Outcomes are Our Outcomes: Collaboration in Assessment.” Roosevelt University’s Mini-Conference on Teaching. Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL. 11 April 2013.

Haller, Martinique and Marjorie Jolles. “Developing and encouraging collaborative teaching with faculty in the humanities.” CARLI Instruction Spring Forum. Heartland Community College, Normal, IL.  June 2011 Conference Presentation.

Haller, Martinique. “Gender Disloyalty and Queer Feminine Representation in Popular Culture.”  National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Atlanta GA, 13 November 2009. Conference Presentation.

---. “Queer Femme: Destabilizing the Authentic in Woman and in Queer.Thinking Gender Graduate Student Conference. UCLA, Los Angeles CA. 1 February 2009. Paper Presentation.

Haller, Martinique and Jennifer Lau-Bond. “Why do they Love Wikipedia? Innovative Ways of Teaching Research throughout the University.” Roosevelt University’s Mini-Conference on Teaching. Roosevelt University, Schaumburg IL. April 2009. Conference Presentation.

---. "Exploring Wikis: Is a Wiki Right for You?" CARLI Public Services Social Technology Conference. Heartland Community College, Normal, IL. 14 June 2007. Conference Workshop.

Haller, Martinique. “Censorship in V for Vendetta.” Banned Books Week Panel. Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL.  September. 2007. Moderator.