Aidy Weeks (Libraries) is the author of an article, "Proving the Proverbial Gadfly: Situating the Historical and Racial Context of Southern Medical Works by Mary Louise Marshall" in the November issues of the Journal of the Medical Library Association. The article critically re-examines three influential works written by Marshall, the longest-serving president of the Medical Library Association, with an emphasis on redressing the organization's past in order to advocate for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) representation in the medical library profession and within scholarship.
Weeks also co-authored "¡Presente!: Affirming Latinx Voices within Health Sciences Library Scholarship," with former UNLV librarians Ruby Nugent and Bredny Rodriguez, as well as colleagues Adela V. Justice and Brenda Linares. The article discusses ways to support Lantinxi Latinx librarians and library workers in scholarly publishing.
Weeks is the chair of the Latinx Caucus for the Medical Library Association and the interim director of the UNLV School of Medicine Library.