Curator, IsraPulp Collection. ASU Libraries. 2004-present.
Librarianship (peer-reveiwed journal).
Convener, Popular Cultures Discussion Group. Association of College
and Research Libraries. 2013–2014.
President, Research Libraries, Archives, and Special Collections
Division. Association of Jewish Libraries. 2010–2012.
Vice-President, Research Libraries, Archives, and Special Collections
Division. Association of Jewish Libraries. 2008–2010.
Chair, International Interest Group. Arizona Library Association. 2010.
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Collection at ASU Libraries.” Judaica Librarianship
16/17: 1–53.Reviews the history of Hebrew non-canonized
literature and the unique collection I established at ASU Libraries.
Featured on journal cover. http://dx.doi.org/10.14263/2330-2976.1003.
- Leket-Mor, Rachel. 2005. "Jewish Translation History: A
Bibliography of Bibliographies and Studies." Target 17
- Leket, Rachel. 2004. "'Unspeakable' Translation Norms:
Ya'akov Orland as a Translator of Children's Literature."
Olam Katan, Journal of Children's Literature Studies 2:
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as an Emerging Publisher: A Proactive Approach." Journal of
Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. Poster presented
at the Library Publishing Forum, Kansas City, MO. http://dx.doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309/lpf.1009.
The Israeli Popular Literature Collection at ASU Libraries.
Association for Jewish Studies 39th Annual Conference (poster
session with continually run PowerPoint slides, 2007).
- Hebrew Dictionaries. Guide to
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Esseintes." In Huysmans, J.-K., Benny Ziffer, Yoram Bronowski,
and Rahel Leket. Le-hefekh. Mif`al le-targum sifre
mofet. Yerushalayim: Karmel. Joris-Karl
Huysmans' Á Rebours (Against
Nature), Hebrew translation.
Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James
Bible. A Traveling Exhibition sposored by the National
Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association,
and a local exhibit based on ASU Libraries materilas. Part of a
sponsored project that included free panel discussions for the
public and student competition. Hayden Library, 2011. http://repository.asu.edu/items/25410.
Teach Them Diligently to Your Children: Jewish Ritual and
Music. In conjunction with the semester-long project,
"Ways of Happiness, Paths of Peace: Bernstein, Bloch, and Music
of the Jewish Tradition. ASU's Music Library. 2007. http://repository.asu.edu/items/25408.
Living with Jewish Books. In honor of Edward and Mae
Zipperstein, donors of a 10,000 book collection of Judaica,
Religious Studies, and Philosophy. Hayden Library. 2004.
So You Want to Get Published: Some Dos and Some Don'ts in
Scholarly Publishing. Association of Jewish Libraries Annual
Scholarly Communication JS Style: Mapping Jewish Studies Acadmic
Journals. Association of Jewish Libraries Annual Conference (2013).
The AJL Survey and Its Implications. Association of Jewish
Libraries Annual Convention (with Joyce Levine, 2011).
Bring the World to Your Library: A Conversation about
International Collection Development
. A Roundtable Discussion. Arizona Library
Association Annual Conference (with Melissa Guy, 2010).
When Kliff G’ones Spent the Night at Stalag 13: Valuing
Popular Israeli Literature in Academic Libraries. 15th World
Congress of Jewish Studies (2009).
Bond, the Hebrew Bond: the Israeli Popular Literature Collection
at ASU Libraries. Arizona Library Association Annual
Library Exhibits and International Collections: Moving into the
Future. Arizona Library Association (2008).
Hebrew Publishing in America: the Forgotten Shainberg Library
Book Series. Association of Jewish Libraries Annual
Haredi [Ultra-Orthodox] Movies on CD-ROMs: Current Trends in
Israeli Cinema. Association of Jewish Libraries Annual
Israeli Librarianship: Collecting, Representing, and
Balancing. Arizona Library Association Annual Conference (2007).
Israeli Popular Literature Collection at ASU Libraries.
Association of Jewish Libraries Annual Convention (2006).
- Leket-Mor, Rachel. 2012. “ha-Migdal nifrak: hidushe milim
shel yeladim ve-nituham. Michal Segal. Tel Aviv: Mekhon Mofet, 2012.
(The Tower Falled [sic!]: Words Innovations Created by Children, and
Their Analysis).” Association of Jewish Libraries
Reviews, May/June 2012, Vol. 2: 40–41.
- Leket-Mor, Rachel. 2010. “Milon ha-Tserufim: nivim
u-matbe’ot lashon ba-‘Ivrit ha-hadashah: gilgulim,
mekorot, shimushim. Rosenthal, Ruvik. 962 p. Dictionary of Hebrew
idioms and phrases. Jerusalem: Keter Books, 2009.”
Association of Jewish Libraries Newsletter,May/June 2010;
XXIX (4): p. 38.
- Leket-Mor, Rachel. 2006. “Learn to Write the Hebrew Script:
Aleph through the Looking Glass. Orr-Stav, Jonathan. Association
of Jewish Libraries Newsletter, September/October 2006; XXVI
- Leket-Mor, Rachel. 2005. “Talk: 101 Hebrew Roots and the
Stories They Tell. Lowin, Joseph.”
Association of Jewish Libraries Newsletter,
September/October 2005; XXV (1): 47.